Wimbledon 2024 Betting Picks and Predictions Day 9 Quarter Finals

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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 9 Main Picks:

Jannik Sinner vs Daniil Medvedev

Sinner ML @1/5

Over 38.5 games @5/6

Jannik Sinner has had to play well  to reach the last eight, but arguably has not had to hit top gear. That will likely change when he takes on Daniil Medvedev. The Russian’s record at Wimbledon could be better, but his big serve and flat backhand allied with excellent court-coverage make him a dangerous opponent. But Sinner is hitting the ball with real authority and, at his best, wins this match nine times out of ten.


Carlos Alcaraz vs Tommy Paul

Alcaraz 3-0 @6/4

Tommy Paul’s chances shouldn’t be discounted here. Frances Tiafoe took Carlos Alcaraz – who hasn’t looked quite himself so far – the distance in the fourth round and Paul is playing better tennis than his countryman at the moment. But players like Alcaraz usually find their best tennis in the final rounds at the Majors – or find a way to win even when not at their best. Paul might just have enough to take this, but Alcaraz battling through to the last four seems the likelier outcome.


Donna Vekic vs Lulu Sun

Vekic 2-1 @5/2

Liam: On this side of the draw, there is a real opportunity after Coco Gauff’s loss for a first-time finalist. Lulu Sun has been the tournament’s story so far and she really shone against Emma Raducanu. The world #123 came through qualifying and has not looked back, her lefty forehands are particularly awkward to play against with their wicked spin.

Donna Vekic stands in her way as the experienced Croat looks to make her first-ever Grand Slam semifinal. Her big but unreliable first serve at times can be the making or breaking of her results, if she can have a solid day on the serving front paired with the aggressive flat forehand which is conducive to success on this surface, then she will edge it.


Emma Navarro vs Jasmine Paolini

Navarro ML @1/2

Navarro is playing the best tennis of her life and completely outplayed the world #2 Gauff. Her game is so simple yet so effective. It’s hard to find any weakness and she defends well. Paolini continues her dream run, albeit with a bit of luck. She played a flawless first set against Madison Keys, serving well and being aggressive on returns. It was a great match for the most part until Keys got injured. Both Navarro and Paolini will fancy their chances to make the semifinals, but Navarro leads the head-to-head 3-0 and, two of the meetings came this year. Edge to Navarro.



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