2022 Wimbledon Betting Update: Must Watch Quarterfinals Games, Favorites, and More

2022 Wimbledon Betting Update: Must Watch Quarterfinals Games, Favorites, and More

With the conclusion of matches on Monday at the All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club, we’re now into the quarter-finals of Wimbledon and what an interesting tournament it has been.

The top seed and overwhelming betting favorite in the women’s draw, Iga Swiatek, lost to Alize Cornet in the third round. American Coco Gauff, who played Swiatek in the French Open finals, is also out, leaving the women’s draw wide open.

As expected, Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal are into the quarter-finals in the men’s draw and could potentially meet in the finals in what would be an incredibly exciting and intriguing matchup. It’s time to see to a Wimbledon Betting analysis update and predictions for two great upcoming matches.

Must Wager Quarterfinals Matches, 2022 Wimbledon Betting Favorites, Upsets, Injuries

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Must Bet Matches

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

The 2019 Wimbledon winner, Simona Halep, has looked as good as ever through four rounds at Wimbledon. She hasn’t lost a set and only lost three games in her second-round victory over Paula Badosa. 

Amanda Anisimova, however, has youth on her side at just 20 years old and has been equally as dominant since dropping the first set in her third round win over Gauff. Since then, Anisimova has won 24 of the 32 sets she has played. The young American is a real threat to take down Halep on Wednesday.

  • Cristian Garin (+300) vs Nick Kyrgios (-400)

The +300 is almost enticing enough to take Garin, who battled through a five-set affair to score a come-from-behind victory over Alex De Minaur. Garin is a great grass court player (it’s his best surface) and has a chance to surprise some people by reaching his first-ever Grand Slam semifinal. However, Kyrgios is playing at a different level this year.

Kyrgios has more grass court wins (11) than any player on the ATP Tour this season and is building momentum at Wimbledon. Expect him to reach his first Grand Slam semi-final.


There hasn’t been any real upsets on the men’s draw since early in the tournament, but French Open finalist Carlos Alcaraz lost a four-set match to fellow young gun Jannik Sinner in the fourth round on Sunday. 

Swiatek and Gauff, the betting favorites, lost on Friday in the third round. Jelena Ostapenko, who looked to have a clear path to the final, was upset in the fourth round by world No. 103 Tatjana Maria.


At this point in the Grand Slam, the players left standing have played at least seven hours of tennis with some playing well over 10 hours. There have been no notable injuries as of yet, but some players are a little banged up.

Kyrgios, for instance, dealt with a hip injury in his third round match and battled through a shoulder injury in his fourth round victory over Brandon Nakashima. He had to receive treatment during changeovers and, at one point, lost about 25 mph on his serve. He rebounded in the fifth set, however, and appears healthy heading into his quarter-final match.

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