Wimbledon 2021 Women's Finals

You won’t want to miss the Wimbledon 2021 women’s final action taking place on July 10. Wimbledon, also known as the British Open, is one of four major tennis tournaments and attracts the top talent across the globe. Reigning champion Simona Halep is absent from this year’s tournament due to a calf injury, so the British Open title is up for grabs. At the start of the tournament, the top six seeds were: Ashleigh Barty, Australia; Aryna Sabalenka, Belarus; Elina Svitolina, Ukraine; Sofia Kenin, USA; Bianca Andreescu, Canada; and Serena Williams, USA. As with every major sporting event, upsets are bound to happen, and the lead-up to the Wimbledon 2021 women’s final was no exception. No. 3 seed Svitolina was eliminated in the second round by Magda Linette. Linette, an unseeded player, beat Svitolina after just two sets to win the match and secure her place in the third round. No. 4 seed Kenin was also eliminated in the second round, with eventual victor Madison Brengle also only needing two sets to clinch the win. No. 5 seed Andreescu was eliminated in the first round, while No. 6 seed Williams had to pull out of the tournament in her opening round match due to injury. With so many top seeds out of the picture, it has left open spots in the tournament’s top finishers that all remaining players will be vying for.

Match analysis

Wimbledon 2021 women’s finals betting will be one of the biggest events for fans, and great odds are available. Following the qualifying round, predictions gave both No. 6 seed Williams and No. 1 seed Barty the top odds of winning the tournament at 6.50 each. However, heading into the third round the odds had shifted in Barty’s favour to put her as the sole favourite to win the tournament at 5.00 odds. The next most likely to win is currently No. 2 seed Sabalenka at 7.50 odds. Sabalenka is having great results at Wimbledon and is certainly a player to watch.

Odds & picks

Complete Wimbledon 2021 women’s final predictions are available on PowerPlay. The third most likely to win is now Iga Swiatek at 8.50 odds, and Coco Gauff is fourth most likely with 10.00 odds. Rounding out the top five at the time of writing was Jelena Ostapenko at odds of 11.00.


The next major tennis event is the US Open, which will begin with qualifying rounds on Tuesday, August 24. The main draw matches start on Monday, August 30, and the US Open 2021 finals will take place on Sunday, September 12. You can expect many of the star players who competed at Wimbledon to also appear at this tournament, with players such as Elena Rybakina, Karolina Muchova, Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova, and Jessica Pegula.


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