2022 Wimbledon Betting Update Djokovic Amazing Comeback, Maria Moves to Face Jabeur in Semis

2022 Wimbledon Betting Update: Djokovic Amazing Comeback, Maria Moves to Face Jabeur in Semis

The first day of quarter-finals was a memorable one at the All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club. A 34-year-old mother of two is through to the semifinals, where she’ll face one of her best friends and the first Arab to qualify for a Grand Slam semifinal, and Novak Djokovic survived an early scare to keep his dream of a 21 Grand Slam victory alive.

Tatjana Maria, the world No. 103, defeated fellow German Jule Neiemier in a close three-set battle on Tuesday. Neither player could have anticipated being in the Wimbledon semifinals, but have both taken down some big names along the way. Maria will face Tunisian Ons Jabeur in the semifinals.

Djokovic and crowd favorite Cameron Norrie advanced in five-set battles on the men’s side. With all that being said, let’s have a look at our Wimbledon Betting update.

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Must Bet Matches

  • Taylor Fritz (+220) vs Rafael Nadal (-275)

American Taylor Fritz defeated Jason Kubler 6-3, 6-1, 6-4 in the Round of 16 and is now into his first Grand Slam quarter-final. His previous best finish was a fourth round exit at the 2022 Australian Open.

Fritz, at 6-foot-5, has a booming serve and is having the best season of his career. In fact, he hasn’t lost a single set through his first four matches. 

Nadal, meanwhile, dropped a set in each of his first two matches but has found his form as of late. The Spaniard is three wins away from going 3-for-3 in Grand Slams this season. It feels as though it’s fate that he meets Djokovic in this year’s Wimbledon finals.

  • Simona Halep (-225) vs Amanda Anisimova (+175)

Simona Halep, the 2019 Wimbledon winner, has returned to form at this year’s tournament. The world No. 18 is 10-1 on grass this season and has cruised through to the quarter-finals.

Amanda Anisimova, meanwhile, is having a breakthrough campaign with a 29-10 record and 6-1 on grass. Anisimova has played about 90 minutes more than Halep at this year’s Wimbledon and Halep has a career 2-1 record against the American. Take the favorite here.


Novak Djokovic (-350) survived a scare from Jannik Sinner after dropping the first two sets. He’s now 10-1 in five-set matches at Wimbledon. Djokovic opened the tournament at -125. 

Ons Jabeur (+105) has been the betting favorite in the women’s draw for the last two rounds, after world No. 1 Iga Swiatek lost for the first time in 37 matches in the third round.


Although it wasn’t an upset based on rankings, Cameron Norrie’s victory over David Goffin was somewhat surprising considering the pressure on him as the hometown crowd. He was also down 2-1 after the first three sets and responded to break Goffin in the last two sets to win 3-6, 7-5, 2-6, 6-3, 7-5. 


Nobody has had to withdraw from the tournament thus far, but Nick Kyrgios has been dealing with a shoulder injury. Keep an eye on that ahead of his quarter-final match on Wednesday against Christian Garin. 

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