Wimbledon 2024 Betting Picks and Predictions Day 6

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The Wimbledon Championships, affectionately referred to as Wimbledon, stands as the most ancient tennis tournament globally and enjoys unparalleled esteem as the most prestigious event in the sport.

Date: Mon, 1st Jul 2024 – Sun, 14th Jul 2023

Prize Money: £44.700.000 (2023)


Day 6 Main Picks:

Holger Rune vs Quentin Halys

Rune to win @1/5 

Over 39.5 games @5/6

Rune has been one of the few players on the men’s side who has looked great and has not spent extra energy playing five-setters. He will be looking forward towards the potential fourth-round clash with Novak Djokovic. Quentin Halys will be in his way who has played a great tournament so far. Rune goes in as the favourite and should get the job done.


Taylor Fritz vs Alejandro Tabilo

Fritz 3-1 @9/4

Taylor Fritz is playing at a high level at the moment, and it would be hard for any player to stop him. He loves playing on grass and the grass rewards him back with results. Alejandro Tabilo is having a wonderful year and is thriving on all surfaces. He has the game to trouble Fritz but Fritz will be ready.


Francisco Comesana vs Lorenzo Musetti

Musetti 3-0 @5/4

Comesana could not have hoped for a better start to his Grand Slam career. After beating Andrey Rublev in the first round, he backed up the performance against Adam Walton in a hard-fought contest. Lorenzo Musetti also played a five-set thriller against fellow Italian, Luciano Darderi. Musetti has lots of wins under his belt this grass season and will fancy his chances to get at least one more.


Alexander Zverev vs Cameron Norrie

Norrie ML @9/2

Is this where the Brit’s run ends? Cameron Norrie rolled back the years in beating Jack Draper. He looks supremely comfortable on the grass, and the gameplan to take out Alexander Zverev doesn’t have to be that different. Were smelling upset potential.


Harriet Dart vs Wang Xinyu

Over 21.5 games @4/5

This third round match we expected Jessica Pegula to face Katie Boulter, but instead we received a couple of upsets. Xinyu Wang was so impressive in her win over the American, especially overcoming the disappointment of dropping the second set to demolish her in the third. She’s got more upside than Dart, whose grass wins are mostly based on her experience on the surface than actually being that well-suited to it.


Barbora Krejcikova vs Jessica Bouzas Maneiro

Krejcikova ML @4/9

This is another pretty open section of the draw and that Krejcikova vs Kudermetova round one kinda sticks in my head. Both players were out of form and their three-hour match was a mess, but it felt clear that either could still go on a run given the opportunity ahead. It seems like Krejcikova might have found enough of her game back to keep going.


Iga Swiatek vs Yulia Putintseva

Swiatek 2-0 @2/5

This will be a very different matchup for Swiatek than Martic or Kenin in the previous round. The Pole was struggling on return a fair bit, but it won’t be a concern against a great counter-puncher like Putintseva. That doesn’t mean the Kazakh isn’t tricky, she already pushed her in Rome this year. You kinda have to think Swiatek will have enough time to work things out somehow.



We try to pick our favoured matches as we want wins and will only go for value, especially in the early rounds.