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Wimbledon Day 7 Predictions, Odds & Best Bets For Djokovic, Sinner & More

Isla Knightley for Bookies.com

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Wimbledon Day 7 Predictions, Odds & Best Bets For Djokovic, Sinner & More

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The fourth round of Wimbledon gets underway on Sunday at the All England Club. On the docket, we have plenty of intriguing tennis betting from the men’s and women’s draw to get involved with, including headliners from either side: Novak Djokovic vs. Hubert Hurkacz and Iga Swiatek vs Belinda Bencic

As ever, we’re on top of all the action here at Bookies.com, bringing you daily predictions and tennis picks from the world’s oldest and most prestigious Grand Slam.

We’ll look at the aforementioned headliners and other R16 matches for our Wimbledon Day 7 Predictions and tennis picks column below, complete with tennis odds from a stable of trusted sports betting apps.

Wimbledon Day 7 Best Bets

MatchPickOdds
Novak Djokovic vs Hubert HurkaczDjokovic -6.5 -140 at Caesars
Andrey Rublev vs Alexander BublikOver 40.5 -112 at FanDuel
Jannik Sinner vs Daniel Elahi GalanSinner -8.5 +100 at BetMGM
Denis Shapovalov vs Roman SafiullinSafiullin to win +130 at Caesars
Iga Swiatek vs Belinda BencicBencic to win +500 at FanDuel
Jessica Pegula vs Lesia TsurenkoPegula -5.5 +105 at BetMGM
Victoria Azarenka vs Elina SvitolinaAzarenka to win in three sets +275 at bet365
Marketa Vondrousova vs Marie BouzkovaBouzkova +3.5 -112 at FanDuel  

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Novak Djokovic vs Hubert Hurkacz

With each passing round, Novak Djokovic moves closer to equalling Margaret Court’s record haul of 24 Grand Slam titles. All the while, one by one, the seeds in his half of the draw bite the dust, removing any semblance of meaningful competition in his path to the final – something his detractors are sure to find most frustrating.

Can anyone stop Djokovic? That’s the overriding question at the majors nowadays. But one that seemingly elicits a resounding no. There’s an aura of invincibility and inevitability around the Serbian, who, more than anyone, is keenly aware of the fact that he’s writing his own history. 

In the spirit of competition, it would be infinitely more satisfying – validating even – if he were challenged in his history-making tracks at Wimbledon, pushed to the brink of his otherworldly abilities. 

That wasn’t the case at the Australian Open where he romped to the title dropping just one set in seven matches. The same happened in his title-winning run at the French Open, where he lost just two sets through seven matches. 

Hubert Hurkacz is the latest proverbial lamb to go to slaughter. Hurkacz has never beaten Djokovic in five meetings and he has only taken two sets off the Serbian. One doesn’t hold out much hope for him here either.

Wimbledon Best Bet:  Djokovic -6.5 -140 at Caesars

Andrey Rublev vs Alexander Bublik

Andrey Rublev has set up a rematch with Alexander Bublik at SW19, three weeks after the Kazakh beat him 6-3, 3-6, 6-3 in the Halle Open final. It marked Bublik’s first-ever win in four meetings with Rublev and an upset according to the tennis odds at the time.

The best-of-five sets scenario here tips the scale predictably in Rublev’s favor with sportsbooks making him once again the slight favorite to win over Bublik.

Of course, Bublik, following his Halle triumph, can’t be underestimated. His game is well-suited to the faster grass courts and his unpredictable style can frustrate Rublev. He’s also impressed at Wimbledon, dropping just one set in three matches.

All told this is a right tossup for tennis picks. While it’s fair to say that Rublev “should” win, it’s equally reasonable to assume that Bublik “could” win. Thus, the value bet for a match that has a high probability of going the distance is to bet sets of the totals.

Wimbledon Best Bet:  Over 40.5 -112 at FanDuel

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Jannik Sinner vs Daniel Elahi Galan

If anyone can stop Djokovic from reaching the Wimbledon final, then, arguably, it has to be Jannik Sinner, who is on course to meet the 23-time Grand Slam champion in the semi-finals. 

But there is a way to go before we reach that stage of the tournament. So, let’s not get ahead of ourselves….yet.

Sinner is through to the R16 where he will take on surprise challenger Daniel Elahi Galan. This was Taylor Fritz’ section of the draw. But, with the American crashing out in the second round, the section opened up and Galan capitalized to reach the second week of Wimbledon for the first time in his career. 

In their only meeting, Sinner defeated Galan in the 2021 Davis Cup finals in Spain (hard court), taking the commanding 7-5, 6-0 to win in their rubber. Sinner, whose game is perfect for grass, should comfortably extend his lead to 2-0 over Galan, who is predominantly a clay specialist.

Wimbledon Best Bet:  Sinner -8.5 +100 at BetMGM

Denis Shapovalov vs Roman Safiullin

Denis Shapovalov, a former Wimbledon semi-finalist, is expected to advance at the expense of Roman Safiullin. However, the Canadian isn’t exactly a runaway favorite as we look across the tennis-betting markets.

Arguably, patchy form in the lead up to Wimbledon and a relatively winnable section of the draw are conspiring against him. Let’s face it, beating journeyman veteran and qualifier Radu Albot, Gregoire Barrere and then British hopeful Liam Broady, who was coming off an epic five-set marathon with barely 24 hours of rest, is hardly a ringing endorsement.

Roman Safiullin punched above his weight class to reach the R16. He upset Roberto Bautista Agut in the first round. Then, he beat Corentin Moutet and Guido Pella respectively. 

Safiullin lost both previous meetings with Shapovalov. Thus, it will take a bold bettor to bet on an upset on such a big stage. But given what’s at stake and the risky brand of tennis that defines the game of both of these players….anything can happen. As the saying goes, fortune favors the brave. 

Wimbledon Best Bet:  Safiullin to win +130 at Caesars

Iga Swiatek vs Belinda Bencic

Iga Swiatek is the player to beat, though, arguably, grass is her weakest surface – she’s never advanced past the R16 at SW19.  The World No. 1, however, dominates the women’s game otherwise, winning three of the last five Grand Slams including her first-ever US Open title last year.

After cruising through the early rounds, Swiatek was challenged by Petra Martic in the R32. Though she won in straight sets, Martic made her work for it in a tight second set, 6-2, 7-5. 

If Martic can test Swiatek, Belinda Bencic will fancy her chances. The 2020 Tokyo Olympic gold medalist is a legitimate stumbling block. She is 1-2 against Swiatek lifetime. She’s tested her in the past and she has the kind of game that thrives on grass.

Wimbledon Best Bet:  Bencic to win +500 at FanDuel

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Jessica Pegula vs Lesia Tsurenko

American Jessica Pegula is coasting under the radar. After a tough opener against fellow American Lauren Davis, she’s found her feet on grass and advances without dropping a set and no more than five games in each of her last two contests. 

That kind of form doesn’t bode well for Lesia Tsurenko, who labours into the fourth round after surviving an epic three-setter featuring a 37-minute tiebreaker over Ana Bogdan 4-6,  6-3, 7-6 (18).

Wimbledon Best Bet: Pegula -5.5 +105 at BetMGM

Victoria Azarenka vs Elina Svitolina

Victoria Azarenka and Elina Svitolina set up a blockbuster showdown in the R16. Lifetime, the head-to-head tips in favor of Azarenka. What’s more, the Belarussian has the more complete game on grass. But Svitolina appears to have the edge on recent form and that could swing it in her favor.

Wimbledon Best Bet:  Azarenka to win in three sets +275 at bet365

Marketa Vondrousova vs Marie Bouzkova

The all-Czech affair between Marketa Vondrousova and Marie Bouzkova will be overshadowed by what is an impressive tennis-betting card on Sunday.  

Vondrousova is favored considerably, but Bouzkova, who was a quarterfinalist here last year, has a better game on grass. Still, it’s a tossup.

Wimbledon Best Bet:  Bouzkova +3.5 -112 at FanDuel

About the Author

Isla Knightley for Bookies.com
Isla Knightley
Isla, a sports journalist and betting expert, covers several sports, including the NFL, as well politics. She joined Bookies.com in 2021 after contributing to other betting sites.