Wimbledon Quarter-Finals: Rundown, Odds and Picks Matchday 2

Quarterfinal Matchday 2 Picks and Online Wimbledon Lines

The drama continues at Wimbledon as the quarterfinals get underway on Matchday 2! With captivating matchups on both the men’s and women’s sides, tennis fans are in for a treat. But before the action unfolds, savvy bettors turn to the insights offered by online Wimbledon lines.


Wimbledon Quarter-Finals: Rundown, Odds and Picks Matchday 2
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Quarter-Finals: Tuesday, July 9th – Wednesday, July 10th, 2024


Betting the Wimbledon Quarter-Finals

On Wednesday, July 10, Wimbledon has its second day of quarterfinals action.

On the men’s side, Lorenzo Musetti throws down against Taylor Fritz and Alex De Minaur takes on Novak Djokovic.

Then on the women’s side, Elina Svitolina goes against Elena Rybakina and Jelena Ostapenka steps onto the grass court against Barbora Krejcikova.

Which tennis stars move to the Wimbledon semifinals?

Check out tennis odds, analysis, and picks for quarterfinals matchday 2 contests.


ATP – Wimbledon Quarterfinals

Lorenzo Musetti (+4.5 +100) vs Taylor Fritz (-4.5 -120)

Wednesday, July 10th

Analysis: Twenty-fifth ranked Lorenzo Musetti, who is 18-17 in singles matches this season, has played 16 sets and 3 tiebreakers in four matches at the 2024 Wimbledon Tournament.

The amount of play should put Musetti in a bad position physically.

If you like the Musetti, the odds are fantastic at +4.5 games.

But, somehow, Musetti hasn’t had to face off against a seeded player on his way to the quarterfinals.

This is different than Taylor Fritz, who beat 24-seed Alejandro Tabilo in the third round and then knocked off 4-seed and French Open runner up Alexaner Zverev in the fourth.

Against Zverev, Fritz stood tall in a 5-set, 2-tiebreaker gem.

Musetti’s luck runs out on Wednesday.

Back Fritz to cover.

Wimbledon Quarterfinals Pick: Taylor Fritz -4.5


Alex De Minaur (+4.5 +105) vs Novak Djokovic (-4.5 -125)

Wednesday, July 10th

Analysis: Alex De Minaur should give Novak Djokovic a run for his money.

De Minaur has won 2 singles titles and is 33-12 in singles matches this season.

He also hasn’t had to play as much tennis as Djoker after moving on from Lucas Pouille in the third round via a walkover and playing just four sets against Arthur Fils.

Djokovic, though, has gotten stronger as the tournament has continued.

Djoker often picks up his game around the fourth round and quarterfinals in major tournaments.

2024 Wimbledon is no different and Novak sent Holger Rune home in straight sets in his fourth round victory.

Djokovic is back to his normal dominant self. Lay the games.

Wimbledon Quarterfinals Pick: Novak Djokovic -4.5


WTA – Wimbledon Quarterfinals

Elena Rybakina (-3.5 -135) vs Elina Svitolina (+3.5 +110)

Wednesday, July 10th

Analysis: Svitolina has had remarkable success playing over the Wimbledon All Grass Courts.

So it shouldn’t surprise anyone that Elina has made it this far in the tournament.

The underdog in this beat Ons Jabeur, the 10-seed, and Wang Xinyu in her last couple of matches.

Svitolina also beat Jule Neimier in the second round in straight sets.

Elena Rybakina, though, should win this and cover the games spread while beating Svitolina.

Rybakina is on a mission. Elena has already pocketed 3 singles titles this season and with the top players out, it is up to Rybakina to carry the favorite’s mantle.

Elena cruises to the semis with a win and cover.

Wimbledon Quarterfinals Pick: Elena Rybakina -3.5


Barbora Krejcikova (+170) vs Jelena Ostapenko (-215)

Wednesday, July 10th

Analysis: Twenty-eight year old Barbora Krejcikova played fantastic tennis in her last.

Facing 11-seed Danielle Collins, Krejciakova didn’t blink in a 7-5, 6-3 straight sets victory.

On Wednesday, Krejcikova must step it up again, this time versus Jelena Ostapenko.

The favorite in this quarterfinals could be the player to beat. Ostapenko is playing better tennis than even Elena Rybakina, winning all of her first four matches via straight sets.

Jelena should have no trouble notching the victory.

The odds are low but fair on Ostapenko to move to the semis.

Wimbledon Quarterfinals Pick: Jelena Ostapenko


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2024 Wimbledon Odds to Win

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Team Odds
Jannik Sinner +160
Carlos Alcaraz +240
Novak Djokovic +240
Taylor Fritz ++1000
Alex de Minaur +1600
Daniil Medvedev ++2500
Tommy Paul +2800
Lorenzo Musetti +5000

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2024 Odds to Win WTA Wimbledon
Team Odds
Elena Rybakina +110
Emma Navarro +400
Jelena Ostapenko +600
Donna Vekic +750
Elina Svitolina +850
Jasmine Paolini +1200
Barbora Krejcikova +1600
Lulu Sun +2000

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2019 Wimbledon Women’s Quarterfinals Odds, Predictions & Pick

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Alison Riske upset Ashleigh Barty in the fourth round at Wimbledon. Now, Riske battles the legend herself, Serena Williams, on Tuesday, July 9. Will Riske make it two big upset wins in a row? Check out tennis odds, analysis, and free picks for Wimbledon Women’s Quarterfinals matches!

2019 Wimbledon Women’s Quarterfinals Odds, Predictions & Pick

Tuesday, July 9

Serena Williams vs Alison Riske

2019 Wimbledon Women’s Quarterfinals Odds: Serena Williams -384 / Alison Riske +266

Serena has played great at Wimbledon. She’s only lost a single set, 2-6 to Kaja Juvan in the second round. Williams bounced back with a 6-2, 6-4 win. Since losing the set to Juvan, Serena has dominated with straight set victories over Julia Goerges and Carla Suarez Navarro. Alison Riske could pose an issue for Williams to move on in the tournament, though.

Riske heads into this match off a 3-6, 6-2, 6-3 victory against 1-seed Ashleigh Barty. She can, no doubt, take it to Serena here. Williams should be favored, but she seems over played at the odds. At the odds, Riske is worth backing.

Tennis Betting Pick: Alison Riske

Shua Zhang vs Simona Halep

2019 Wimbledon Women’s Quarterfinals Odds: Shua Zhang +374 / Simona Halep -625

Zhang had played close to perfect tennis up until her fourth round battle against Dyana Yastremska. She hadn’t lost a set, including beating Carolina Wozniacki 6-4, 6-2 in Round 4. Against Yasstremska, Zhang lost the second set 1-6. Although she bounced back with a third set and match win, it showed she can lose her concentration.

Halep figures to jump all over that fact. Simona dominated 15-year-old Cori Gauff 6-3, 6-3 in her fourth round victory. Gauff had beaten Venus Williams in the first round. She couldn’t hang with Halep on Monday. Simona takes this in straight sets.

Tennis Betting Pick: Simona Halep

Karolina Muchova vs Elina Svitolina

2019 Wimbledon Women’s Quarterfinals Odds: Karolina Muchova +163 / Elina Svitolina -222

In Round 4, Elina Svitolina beat an excellent tennis player in Petra Martic. Martic was a dark horse to win the Wimbledon Championship this year. She had played great up until her fourth round match versus Elina.

Muchova got past 3-seed Karoline Pliskova on July 8, but she had to work hard to do it. Muchova won 4-6, 7-5, 13-11. She figures to be too tired to handle Svitolina a day later after laying it all on the line to take down another top women’s tennis player. Back Svitolina to cash.

Tennis Betting Pick: Elina Svitolina

Johanna Konta vs Barboa Strykova

2019 Wimbledon Women’s Quarterfinals Odds: Johanna Konta -250 / Barbora Strykova +181

Johanna Konta should be favored. She’s beaten Sloane Stephens and Petra Kvitova to make it to the quarterfinals. She most definitely has the talent to win Wimbledon. But, has had to play two straight three set matches. Stephens and Kvitova both won the first sets in those matches.

Strykova hadn’t lost a set before the fourth round. She beat Kiki Bertens, the 4-seed, 7-5, 6-1 in Round 3. Although Elisa Mertens won the first set 6-4, Strykova bounced back to win the next two sets to set up this match with Konta. Strykova can upset Konta on Tuesday. She deserves to be the play.

Tennis Betting Pick: Barbora Strykova

2018 Wimbledon Women’s Quarterfinals Betting Predictions

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The women’s tournament at 2018 Wimbledon is really now starting to take shape, with the quarter-finals underway on Tuesday morning. It’s a bit of a frantic pace being set, especially when you consider that the Round of 16 games were played yesterday. This is just one of the reasons why winning a major tournament is so tough, which is something that we have seen here, with all of the top 10 women’s seeds already gone.

There are still some very good players left in this tournament, though, with the unseeded players now starting to fall. At the time of writing, two of the quarter-final match-ups had already been played and settled, with the other two games in the bottom half of the draw still to come. Let’s take a closer look at those 4 games.

2018 Wimbledon Women’s Quarterfinals Betting Predictions

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Top Half of the Women’s Draw at Wimbledon

As we already mentioned, we now know who will be in the semi-finals in the top half of the draw, and there were no more surprises in store on Tuesday morning. The day began with #12 seed Jelena Ostapenko going head to head with unseeded Dominika Cibulkova.

Ostapenko was made to work very hard in the opening set, finally getting the service break she needed to win that one 7-5. It was another good battle in the second set, but it was once again Ostapenko who got the crucial break that allowed her to win 6-4 and close out the game. Winning in straight sets is important at this stage of the tournament, as it means getting a little extra rest between games.

WTA #11 seed Angelique Kerber is beginning to look like a very good bet to win it all here, as she closed out #14 seed Daria Kasatkina in straight sets, winning 6-3, 7-5. Kerber did get a little bit of a scare in the second round, needing to come from a set down to win that one, but she has been great ever since, failing to drop a single set in the following rounds.

Bottom Half of the Women’s Draw at Wimbledon

he first quarter-final game in the bottom half of the draw features a pair of seeded players who have met twice before. Julia Goerges is in as the #13 seed and will be going against #20 Kiki Bertens for the third time in her career. While Goerges may be the higher seeded of the two players, it is Bertens who won both previous meetings.

It should be noted, though, that both of those wins came on clay, and that this will be the first time the ladies meet on grass. Neither of these women has excelled on grass this season, prior to this event, so I am giving the nod to Bertens once again.

The other quarter-final features #25 ranked Serena Williams, who is still trying to find her way back to form a few months after giving birth. It seems she has found that form at just the right time, breezing into the quarters in rather comfortable fashion. She will face Camila Giorgi, an unseeded player that Serena has already beaten 3 times in her career, and all without ever dropping a set. This should be a comfortable win for Serena Williams.

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2017 Wimbledon Women’s Quaterfinals Betting Odds & Predictions

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We are down to the final eight at the All England Club for the third major championship of the tennis season: grass-court Wimbledon. Somewhat surprisingly – because Serena Williams is sitting out the tournament due to her pregnancy – they are still two American women left, including Serena’s sister Venus. Here are the women’s quarterfinal matchups with the latest tennis odds for each player.

2017 Wimbledon Women’s Quaterfinals Betting Odds & Predictions

No. 10 Venus Williams vs. No. 13 Jelena Ostapenko

When: July 11th, 7:10am CT
Where: Center Court
Tennis Odds: Williams -2-120. O 22½ +110 / Ostapenko +2EV, U 22½ -130

Venus is a -135 favorite on MyBookie Tennis odds. With her defeat of 19-year- old Ana Konjuh (6-3 6-2), the 37-year- old will be the oldest woman to play in Wimbledon’s quarterfinals since 1994. Martina Navratilova was also 37 when she reached the Wimbledon final, before she was defeated in three sets by Conchita Martinez.

Williams’s next challenge will be French Open champion Ostapenko, who has been on a tear in 2017. The Ostapenko matchup is the third consecutive match in which Venus will play a player born in 1997 — the first year that she played in Wimbledon.

Comparing the Players

Venus is a five-time champion at Wimbledon, last in 2008. Venus began the year by reaching the Australian Open title decider. It was her first Grand Slam final appearance since 2009 when she lost to Serena on Centre Court.

The 20-year- old Ostapenko, who won her first WTA Tour title at the French Open, beat No. 4 Elina Svitolina 6-3, 7-6 (6) to advance. Ostapenko won the Wimbledon girls’ title in 2014. She won an 11th straight Grand Slam match on Manic Monday, converting her eighth match point against Svitolina.

No. 6 Johanna Konta vs. No. 2 Simona Halep

When: July 11th, 8:05am CT
Where: Center Court
Tennis Odds: Konta -1½+110, O 22 -105 / Halep +1½-130, U 22 -115

Konta is a -115 favorite. It’s been 33 years since Wimbledon had home representation in the last eight of the women’s singles but the No. 6 seed Konta ended the drought in calm, collected fashion with a 7-6 (3), 4-6, 6-4 win over No.21 seed Caroline Garcia in two hours and 11 minutes.

Back in 1984, No. 10 seed Jo Durie made her fourth and final Slam quarterfinal with a 3-6, 6-3, 9-7 fourth-round victory over a 15-year-old Steffi Graf, who was making her Wimbledon debut. Konta plays French Open finalist Halep for a spot in the semifinal after the Romanian ended the comeback of Victoria Azarenka in straight sets.

Who’s the Threat in this Matchup?

Konta has won both of their two previous encounters. If Halep wins, she will rise to No. 1 in the world. Should she fall in the quarterfinals, Karolina Pliskova will end the fortnight as the new No. 1. Halep trails Konta 0-2 in their head-to-head record.

No. 14 Garbine Muguruza vs. No. 7 Svetlana Kuznetsova

When: July 11th, 7:10am CT
Where: Court 1
Tennis Odds: Muguruza -2-110, O 22½ +105 / Kuznetsova +2-110, U 22½ -125

Muguruza is -160 with No. 7 Kuznetsova at +135. A battle of two former finalists lived up to its billing on Wimbledon’s No. 2 Court on Monday, as Muguruza ended top seed Angelique Kerber’s tournament, and reign at World No. 1, with a 4-6, 6-4, 6-4 victory in the round of 16.

The aggressive Muguruza dictated proceedings in the two-hour, 18-minute encounter, as she struck a whopping 55 winners to Kerber’s 27 – while also striking 50 unforced errors. In addition, Muguruza was successful on over 60 percent of the points when she forayed to the net, winning 35 of 54 total.

With her fifth straight loss to Muguruza, Kerber will see her reign at No. 1 end for now with a total of 34 weeks to her name – which ranks 12th all-time.

What About Kuznetsova?

Kuznetsova hadn’t reached the Wimbledon quarterfinals in a decade – but she made it back to the last eight for the fourth time in her career with a 6-2, 6-4 victory over No. 9 seed Agnieszka Radwanska.

Magdalena Rybarikova vs. No. 24 CoCo Vandeweghe

When: July 11th, 7:15am CT Where: Court 1 Tennis Odds: Rybarikova +2½+105, O 22½ +110 / Vandeweghe -2½-125, U 22½ -130

Vandeweghe is a -180 favorite. Slovakia’s Rybarikova worked hard to reach her first Wimbledon quarterfinal, beating Petra Martic 6-4, 2-6, 6-3. Rybarikova continues a fine run of form on the Wimbledon lawns as she works to rise up the rankings following an absence through injury; vanquished opponents this year so far include third seed Karolina Pliskova.

Vandeweghe reached her second Grand Slam quarterfinal of 2017 with a 7-6 (4), 6-4 win over former World No. 1 Caroline Wozniacki. Vandeweghe kicked off the season with a run to the Australian Open semifinals, stunning defending champion Angelique Kerber and French Open winner Garbiñe Muguruza in back-to-back upsets along the way.

Vandeweghe made her first Wimbledon quarterfinal back in 2015, narrowly losing to Maria Sharapova in three sets. Rybarikova thwarted Vandeweghe in their most recent meeting at the French Open.

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Final 2017 Wimbledon Women’s Quaterfinals Predictions

Since Serena Williams is not in it, I would say that there can be a couple of surprises for this tournament. So, this is what I think will happen. Ostapenko over Venus to face Halep in one semifinal. Muguruza and Rybarikova in the other semifinal. The women’s final is Saturday at the All England Club.



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