Wimbledon 2023: Best betting picks for the Quarter Finals

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Serbia’s Novak Djokovic reacts after beating Poland’s Hubert Hurkacz in a men’s singles match on day eight of the Wimbledon tennis championships in London, Monday, July 10, 2023. (AP Photo/Alberto Pezzali)

The opening half of the 2023 Wimbledon Quarter Finals take place on Tuesday and we are in for another day of thrilling action. If you’re looking to bet on the Wimbledon Quarter Finals, we have you covered with all the best betting offers and picks for each game.

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Novak Djokovic of Serbia, left and Carlos Alcaraz of Spain take part in a practice session ahead of the Wimbledon tennis championships at Wimbledon, in London, Sunday, July 2, 2023. The Wimbledon Tennis championships start on July 3. (AP Photo/Kin Cheung)

Andrey Rublev (+850) vs Novak Djokovic (-1400)

The World #1 will take on Andrey Rublev in a rematch of their Australian Open Quarter Final bout. Djokovic won in straight sets on that day and his form since has been nothing short of dominant.

The Serbian’s odds are hardly enticing, but a better idea might be to back Djokovic to win and under 32.5 games. In their Australian Open bout, there were only 25. The two have collided four times in their careers and the average number of games played is 21.

Djokovic is also averaging 25.5 games per match in 2023, while Rublev is averaging 26.

Pick: Novak Djokovic to win & under 32.5 games +100

Jannik Sinner (-650) vs Roman Safiullin (+475)

Sinner’s dream of a Wimbledon title has a rose tint coming into his quarter-final matchup. Roman Safiullin’s miracle run as the 92-ranked player in the world will face its toughest task yet, with the #8 ranked Sinner sitting in the way of a semi-final berth.

However, according to SportsBettingDime, he’s yet to face anyone inside the top 80 this tournament. That could spark some complacency in the game of the young Italian, whereas it could only grow the chip on Safiullin’s shoulder.

While Sinner should be the likely winner, I like Roman Safiullin to win a set at -135.

Jessica Pegula (-150) vs Marketa Vondrousova (+125)

This could be a thrilling matchup. Pegula is yet to make it to a semi-final of a Grand Slam tournament, but has waltzed through Wimbledon with ease, losing only 12 games in all of her matches combined up to this stage.

Her opponent has knocked out two players ranked inside the top 20 and despite being ranked 42nd in the world, has impressed Vegas enough to be considered only a light underdog to the #4-ranked Pegula.

Vondrousova seems to be getting back to her best, which spells bad news for Pegula. In what Vegas is calling a coin-flip, the safest bet would be to back Over 21.5 games at -125. Both are averaging a shade under this number in their combined matches this year, but Vondrousova had to grind out a huge 27-game win against #33-ranked Marie Bouzkova, and I have no reason to suspect a change in resilience here.

Iga Swiatek (-750) vs Elina Svitolina (+500)

This might be the only game on Tuesday’s slate where the narrative makes sense. Swiatek has only dropped one set in her Wimbledon run thus far, while Svitolina had to grind out a win in a match that went over 3 hours just a couple of days ago. The veteran does have 17 singles titles to her name, but a match like that might make keeping up with the best player on the planet a little tricky.

The value here would be betting on a Swiatek win and under 19.5 games at -105.

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