Wimbledon 2024 Betting Picks and Predictions Day 10 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 10 Main Picks:

Lorenzo Musetti vs Taylor Fritz

Fritz -5.5 @11/10

Lorenzo Musetti did not seem like one to watch on the grass this year, but the Italian has exceeded expectations and then some. Will that be enough to take him past Taylor Fritz? If he plays his very best tennis, he can certainly hurt the American – with his forehand in particular a weapon to be feared. But as well as he has played, he has also had a relatively kind draw so far and Fritz is certainly the best grass-court player he has come up against so far. This might be where a dream run ends for the Queen’s finalist.


Novak Djokovic vs Alex de Minaur

Djokovic -4.5 @8/11

The most significant challenge when playing Novak Djokovic is usually that there are no real spots in his game. He can defend superbly from both wins and hurt opponents from both wings. But he has looked half-a-step slow moving to his forehand all tournament­ – hardly  a surprise after knee surgery scarcely a month ago. The challenge for Alex de Minaur will be to exploit that weakness, whilst managing his own (namely a slightly below-par serve and a comparative lack of power off the ground). Will the Australian be up to it? Possibly, but a Djokovic victory seems the likelier outcome.


Elena Rybakina vs Elina Svitolina

Rybakina 2-0 @5/6

It has been some tournament for Elina Svitolina, particularly in light of recent developments in her homeland. She has dropped just one set so far and has played some imperious tennis, not least in beating Ons Jabeur, a finalist in SW19 in 2022 and 2023. But as well as she has played, this might prove to be a challenge too far for the Ukrainian. When she is on song, Elena Rybakina can be almost unplayable on a grass court and Svitolina’s natural game probably won’t do enough to disrupt the Kazakh’s rhythm.


Jelena Ostapenko vs Barbora Krejcikova

Krejcikova ML @2/1

Jelena Ostapenko, like Rybakina, will likely take some stopping. The Latvian is amongst the biggest hitters the women’s game has seen and whilst she does not always temper her power with accuracy, when she is painting the lines she is a formidable opponent indeed.

But Barbora Krejcikova has plenty of tricks of her own and looks to have found her feet on the grass after several years of underperformance at Wimbledon. The Czech will need to be wary about getting into too many forehand-to-forehand exchanges, but if she can bring her sliced backhand into play and attack the net, she might just be able to unsettle Ostapenko.




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