Carlos Alcaraz Wimbledon 2023 Odds, History & Prediction (Take Note of Recent Success on Grass Surface)
Tennis' next Grand Slam is finally here as the action gets underway in London. One of the sport's most competitive tournaments, Wimbledon is the ultimate test for those looking to rise up the ranks.
Carlos Alcaraz is one player hoping to add to his résumé with a victory at this event. Here's everything you need to know about Alcaraz's Wimbledon odds and history heading into the 2023 tournament.
Carlos Alcaraz Wimlbedon Odds & Prop Bets
Carlos Alcaraz has +340 odds to win 2023 Wimbledon, according to FanDuel Sportsbook. That is the second-best mark in the field and only trails seven-time Wimbledon champion Novak Djokovic (-165).
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Has Carlos Alcaraz Ever Won Wimbledon? (Best Finish, Results & History)
Carlos Alcaraz has never won Wimbledon. His best finish occurred at the 2022 event, as the Spaniard made it to the fourth round before falling to Jannik Sinner in four sets.
Carlos Alcaraz Tennis Major History (Has Alcaraz Ever Won a Grand Slam?)
Carlos Alcaraz has never won a Grand Slam, but he has captured one major title in his career. He won the 2022 U.S. Open and became the youngest major champion since Rafael Nadal in 2005. Check out his entire career singles results in majors below:
Carlos Alcaraz Wimbledon Prediction 2023
Carlos Alcaraz put his name on the map when he won the 2022 U.S. Open in exciting fashion. It's a victory that cements him as one of the biggest threats to Novak Djokovic given it shows he has the ability to outlast an entire field of pros. Keep in mind that Djokovic did not take part in that event, though.
Alcaraz has met Djokivic head-to-head on the court twice now, posting a 1-1 record on clay surfaces. That's a matchup to dive into down the road. For now, Alcaraz has to focus on beating the opponents in front of him and lean on what carried him to a victory at the recent Queen's Club Championships.
That victory served as the 20-year-old's first title on grass, as he sports a 5-0 record on the surface in 2023 and a 12-3 record all-time. Alcaraz has improved his finish in his first two tries at Wimbledon and seeing another jump wouldn't be surprising. Back him to win at +340 odds before it's too late.
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