Wimbledon 2023: Best betting picks for Wednesday’s Quarter Finals

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Spain’s Carlos Alcaraz returns to Chile’s Nicolas Jarry in a men’s singles match on day six of the Wimbledon tennis championships in London, Saturday, July 8, 2023. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)

The opening half of the 2023 Wimbledon Quarter Finals are in the books 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)

Daniil Medvedev (-525) vs Christopher Eubanks (+400)

We bet on Chris Eubanks as an underdog in the round of 16 and came away very happy. It’s tempting to pull the trigger again here, but he’s facing much tougher competition in the way of the third-best player in the world, Daniil Medvedev.

The pair clashed at the 2023 Miami Open with Medvedev winning in straight sets and that’s been a common occurrence at Wimbledon too. He won both of his opening matchups in straight sets, conceding only one in the win over Fucsovics. This is the first time he’s made the quarter-final at Wimbledon and he’ll be looking to go one further and end the miracle run of Chris Eubanks.

Eubanks shouldn’t be entirely overlooked. Seeded 43rd in the world, he shockingly unseated the #5 ranked Tsitsipas in the round of 16. He’s 9-2 on grass this year and it’s very much been a Summer to remember after he won his first ever ATP title last month.

As much as Medvedev is the clear favorite here, it’s hard not to back the resilient Chris Eubanks. The safest hedge would be to bet on there being over 36 games in their match at +100. This basically implies that Eubanks will win a set.

Eubanks is -155 to win a set, but it could also be worth betting on Medvedev to win and there being over 36.5 games at +120, which factors in a longer match and Eubanks winning his fair share without winning the overall contest.

Carlos Alcaraz (-525) vs Holger Rune (+295)

Holger Rune’s Wimbledon has been beyond impressive, but I feel like even Djokovic pales in comparison to the sheer speed and athleticism that Alcaraz has brought to the table in every game so far. The wonderkid has stormed to the quarter-finals for the first time in his career through a series of inhuman shots that make you just want to replay them 50 times.

Alcaraz has quickly dispelled any concerns over his skillset translating to Grass and he now faces another 20-year-old in Holger Rune.

Rune is ranked 6th in the world and has a storied history with Alcaraz, with the plain spitting victories in their prior meetings. However, I’m not going to get cute here. Carlos Alcaraz is simply on a different level right now and if anyone is going to get in the way of Novak Djokovic claiming his fifth-straight Wimbledon crown, its him.

Holger Rune to win a set at -180 does feel like a good play as I doubt the #6 gets swept. You can also get Alcaraz and an over/under 35 games at around +140. It’s basically a coin flip as to which way the total goes, but my heart says the over due to the history between the two providing a level playing field.

Ons Jabeur (+140) vs Elena Rybakina (-170)

This should be a close match on paper, but Rybakina has been the more impressive player up to this point, steamrolling through just about everyone. Having said that, Jabeur ground out a huge win in her last matchup and we haven’t really seen Rybakina stumble outside of a brief blip in her opening contest.

When these two last clashed, it was Rybakina who came out on top. It should be noted that the game was also played on grass. They have both won two games against each other in total.

Both players are averaging under 20 games per match on the year and the total for this one is set at 22. It should be a 3-set game, which leads me to believe that the OVER is the play

Madison Keys (+150) vs Aryna Sabalenka (-185)

Sabalenka is the world #2 coming into her quarter-final matchup against Madison Keys (ranked 18th in the world). She seemed to hit a bit of a wall in her round of 16 matchup before finally prevailing, perhaps showing a hole in the armour for Keys to work on wearing down.

However, Keys was down a set and almost a second in her round of 6 matchup before pulling herself out of a hole to earn a big win. Both players wobbled in the last round and it’s hard to imagine either dominating a match where they’ve both beaten each other in the past.

The value here would be betting on the OVER 2.5 sets at -110.

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