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Wimbledon Women's 2025 Outright Odds: Swiatek and Sabalenka head the market

Barbora Krejcikova defied expectations to reign supreme in the Wimbledon women's singles this year, defeating Jasmine Paolini 6-2 2-6 6-4 in a gripping final to claim her second Grand Slam singles title.

It was a memorable tournament and here is an early look at the odds for the 2025 Wimbledon Women's singles tournament.

2025 Wimbledon Women's Singles Odds

Iga Swiatek

It has not exactly been a poor season for five-time Grand Slam winner Iga Swiatek, who was crowned French Open champion earlier in 2024.

But Swiatek's performance at Wimbledon left plenty to be desired as the top seed crashed out in the third round against Yulia Putintseva.

The wait for an SW19 singles title goes on for the Pole, whose best previous performance at the All England Club was a run to the quarter-finals in 2023, but she is an early joint favourite to come out on top in 2025.

Aryna Sabalenka

A shoulder injury meant Aryna Sabalenka did not feature at Wimbledon in 2024, having had to withdraw from the Grass Court Championships in Berlin beforehand.

That followed a quarter-final exit at the French Open, but she at least claimed the Australian Open title back in January.

That is the only Grand Slam Sabalenka has won to date, having also prevailed the year before, although she was a semi-finalist at Wimbledon in 2021 and again in 2023.

Elena Rybakina

As big names continued to fall by the wayside in the 2024 Wimbledon women's singles competition, Elena Rybakina looked primed to capitalise.

The Kazakh ace was crowned champion at the All England Club in 2022 and was in a fine position to repeat the feat after her 6-3 6-2 undoing of Elina Svitolina in the quarter-finals.

However, in the semi-finals she clashed with 31st seed Krejcikova and, despite Rybakina taking a one-set lead, she was taken down by her Czech counterpart.

Coco Gauff

Coco Gauff first made a name for herself at Wimbledon in 2019, when she became the youngest player to qualify for the main draw and took out Venus Williams to make the fourth round.

But, unfortunately for the American, she has failed to go beyond the fourth round since, twice reaching that stage in 2021 and 2024.

She won her maiden Grand Slam title at the US Open last year, but still has work to do if she is going to make an impact in London.

Barbora Krejcikova

Krejcikova was the surprise winner of the Wimbledon women's singles title this year and she is a an outside fancy to defend her title at the All England Club in 2025.

It was not a smooth ride to the title for Krejcikova, who was taken to two tie-breaks by the unseeded Katie Volynets in the second round and went the distance against both Rybakina in the semi-finals and Paolini in the final.

But her resilience and determination was admirable and she should be in the mix again next year.

Jasmine Paolini

It has been double Grand Slam heartbreak for Paolini in 2024, as the Italian ace followed her French Open final defeat to Swiatek with a three-set loss to Krejcikova in the 2024 Wimbledon final.

But Paolini can take a lot of confidence from those performances and moved up to fifth in the WTA rankings following her Wimbledon exploits.

Ons Jabeur

A Wimbledon finalist in both 2022 and 2023, it was not a case of third time lucky for Ons Jabeur, who failed to make it beyond the third round in the 2024 edition.

The Tunisian came unstuck against 21st seed Svitolina in the third round, losing 6-1 7-6, despite having shown promise with quarter-final runs in Nottingham and Berlin beforehand.

Jabeur remains a dangerous operator on grass, though, and she has unfinished business with Wimbledon.

Emma Raducanu

Not since Virginia Wade in 1977 has a British woman won the Wimbledon women's singles title, but Emma Raducanu is the player many will be hoping can end that wait in the coming years.

Expectations around Raducanu exploded after she won the US Open in 2021 as a qualifier, but injuries have since hindered her progress.

At the Wimbledon women's singles tournament this year, though, Raducanu impressed with a run to the last-16.

Qualifier Lulu Sun brought her campaign to an end, but Raducanu had taken down big names like Maria Sakkari and Elise Mertens earlier in the major and she is an outsider to go the distance in 2025.

Any odds displayed were correct at the time of writing and are subject to fluctuation.

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