Wimbledon 2024 Betting Picks and Predictions Day 7

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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 7 Main Picks:

Grigor Dimitrov vs Daniil Medvedev

Medvedev ML @4/6

Medvedev will have less than 24 hours to recover from his win over Struff, something to monitor if this match goes the distance. Dimitrov came from two sets down against Shang in Round 2 and has been in control since. He hugs the baseline well and will have success pushing Medvedev deep into the court. However, the Russian does not mind playing in that role. Look for Medvedev’s serve to be the difference in a tight encounter that will certainly feature a tiebreak or two.


Carlos Alcaraz vs Ugo Humbert

Alcaraz 3-0 @10/11

Reigning Wimbledon champion Carlos Alcaraz once again won a five-setter in the previous round against Tiafoe. Typically after those long matches, the Spaniard bounces back with a strong performance. Humbert is a solid grass-court player and is having a great season, but Alcaraz has his sights on the final Sunday.


Tommy Paul vs Roberto Bautista Agut

Paul 3-0 @5/4

Tommy Paul is one of the least talked about top 15 players in the world. After winning a five-setter in Round 2, he responded by dropping just nine games in his win over Bublik. Bautista Agut is coming off a five-setter against Fognini, making me question if he’ll have the legs to compete against one of the most athletic players on tour. Paul should win enough free points on serve to comfortably cruise into the Wimbledon quarterfinals for the first time.


Jannik Sinner vs Ben Shelton

Sinner 3-0 @4/6

After a tough four-setter against Berrettini in the second round, Sinner dispatched Kecmanovic in straights last round. Shelton, on the other hand, has played 15 sets in the first three rounds (on top of playing doubles). The American has a game perfectly suited for grass, but Sinner is one of the best returners in the game. We trust the Italian in this one. He has proven to buckle down in tiebreaks.


Jasmine Paolini vs Madison Keys

Keys ML @2/5

Neither player dropped a set in the first three rounds, with Paolini’s swift adaptation to grass being especially impressive, since she had little history of success on the surface until this year. At her best, Keys is still the favourite on grass due to her blistering serve and power. Paolini can counter that with her strong returning, but her second serve is very attackable. Keys jumping on that might be the most important difference in this matchup.


Donna Vekic vs Paula Badosa

Badosa ML @4/5

Badosa’s level from 2-4 down in the deciding set against Daria Kasatkina was outstanding. Vekic, who is a very good grass-court player in her own right, will find it tough to stop her if she reaches those heights again. Expect plenty of powerful hitting between these two, but Badosa is narrowly favoured to win again.


Emma Raducanu vs Lulu Sun

Raducanu 2-0 @4/7

Sun deserves huge credit for making the fourth-round in her first main draw appearance at Wimbledon. However, it is not unfair to say this is a great fourth-round draw for Raducanu. She comfortably saw off Elise Mertens and Maria Sakkari in the last two rounds, who have more pedigree on grass than Sun does. The 2021 US open champion to prevail comfortably.


Coco Gauff vs Emma Navarro

Gauff ML @1/4

Gauff has been on her game in the opening two rounds, but she will be tested by Navarro. Her compatriot does not possess blistering power, but she is very accurate with her shots. That means she will be able to aim her shots regularly and effectively at Gauff’s weaker forehand. We still believe the US Open champion will progress, but in two competitive sets.




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