Wimbledon Quarter-Finals Bets: Djokovic & Sinner

Andrey Rublev V. Novak Djokovic

Anticipated to be a straightforward victory for Djokovic, the match against Hurkacz proved to be a more challenging affair. Betting on Djokovic’s dominance in straight sets in the early stages of major tournaments has been considered an easy win for quite some time. However, Hurkacz demonstrated his resilience and skill, putting up a fierce fight against the Serbian superstar. Pushing Djokovic to four sets and engaging him in tiebreaks showcased Hurkacz’s ability to hold his ground against one of the sport’s greatest.

As for Rublev, it took him five sets to make it past the round of sixteen to book his elimination appointment with Djokovic. Rublev has been on the rise for quite some time, but soft courts have never been his forte. Since advancing past the first round, he has needed a minimum of four sets to win each match. That trend will end today, as he will be dealt with in straight sets.

This bet let me down in the last round, but Novak should come through for us here.

Novak Djokovic 3-0 (-140)
Under 32.5 Games (-112)

Jannik Sinner V. Roman Safiullin

This is the fifth time Jannik Sinner (ITA) has played in the quarterfinals of a major. Mandatory Credit: Susan Mullane-USA TODAY Sports

In an intense battle on Sunday, Jannik Sinner emerged victorious in the Round of 16, defeating Daniel Elahi Galan with a scoreline of 7-6, 6-4, 6-3. Sinner’s impressive performance showcased his skill and determination as he continued his quest for glory in the tournament.

Roman Safiullin secured his place in the quarterfinals by triumphing over the 29th-ranked Denis Shapovalov with a hard-fought victory of 3-6, 6-3, 6-1, 6-3. With both players showcasing their prowess on the court, the upcoming clash between Sinner and Safiullin promises to be an enthralling contest.

Sinner is the heavy favorite (-630) as he has cruised through this tournament. Sinner has only lost one set over four matches. However, Safiullin has also had few struggles making his way to the quarterfinals; he has only dropped one set over his last three matches. This is Sinner’s battle to lose, but Saifullin will make things difficult.

FD: Jannik Sinner Wins the Match and Both Players Win a Set (+124)

While these gentlemen certainly take this major one match at a time, it has to be daunting knowing winning this match simply leads to impending doom, a semi-finals matchup against Novak Djokovic.



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