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Tommy Paul Wimbledon Odds: American into 66/1 after Queen's Club success

Tommy Paul is now 66/1 to win the 2024 Wimbledon men's singles title after being crowned Queen's Club champion with a straight sets victory over Lorenzo Musetti.

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The American defeated Italian Musetti 6-1, 7-6(8) in the final at Queen's to clinch his first grass-court title.

Paul raced out of the blocks and clinched the first set within 32 minutes. He broke Musetti again in the second but failed to serve out the match at 5-4, with the Italian forcing a tiebreak.

Trailing 4-1 in the tiebreak, there was little margin for error but Paul fought back, holding match point on two more occasions before finally converting at the fourth attempt.

It marked a celebratory end to a formidable week for Paul, who dropped just one set throughout the tournament - against Carlos Alcaraz's conqueror and home favourite Jack Draper in the quarter-finals.

The 27-year-old is set to rise to No. 12 in the ATP rankings, which ensures he will surpass Taylor Fritz to become American number one for the first time in his career.

Success at Queen's also makes Paul the first American winner of the competition since Sam Querrey in 2010.

It's been Paul's most productive year to date, having claimed the Dallas Open in February. His Queen’s Club crown is his first at ATP 500 level.

Paul's semi-final appearance at the 2023 Australian Open is his best performance at a Grand Slam to date and while he's not exactly set the world alight on the big stage, the American has fared relatively well at Wimbledon since making his main draw debut in 2022.

He progressed to the fourth round in that year before being defeated in straight sets by Cameron Norrie. In the following year, he forced Jiri Lehecka to a deciding set in the third round but succumbed to defeat.

Queen's Club winner - Wimbledon champion?

Paul etched his name onto an illustrious list of winners at Queen's, including Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray.

Murray won Queen's the same year as both of his Wimbledon triumphs, while Nadal captured his one and only Queen's title in 2008, a month prior to ending Roger Federer's dominance on Centre Court.

Carlos Alcaraz was triumphant in Kensington last year before sealing his second Grand Slam success at SW19 a month later; will Paul be able to replicate the Spaniard's achievement?

Queen's Winner

Wimbledon Result


Carlos Alcaraz



Matteo Berrettini

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Matteo Berrettini



Feliciano Lopez

Second Round


Marin Cilic

Second Round


Feliciano Lopez

First Round


Andy Murray



Andy Murray



Grigor Dimitrov



Andy Murray


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