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Wimbledon Day 9 Predictions, Odds & Best Bets For Djokovic, Swiatek & More

Isla Knightley for Bookies.com

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Wimbledon Day 9 Predictions, Odds & Best Bets For Djokovic, Swiatek & More

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The quarterfinals get underway at the All England Club on Tuesday, July 10, and, as ever, we’re on top of the tennis betting action here at Bookies.com, bringing you daily predictions and tennis picks from the world’s oldest and most prestigious Grand Slam.

World No. 1 Iga Swiatek and American Jessica Pegula headline the ladies’ tennis betting card. 

Swiatek will face a resurgent Elina Svitolina for a spot in the final four, while Pegula will look to advance into her maiden major semi-final at the expense of Marketa Vondrousova. 

Elsewhere, Novak Djokovic and Jannik Sinner are one win away from setting up a rematch in the final four. Last year, Djokovic survived a scare in the quarterfinals, rallying from two sets down to defeat the Italian in an epic five-set thriller. 

Djokovic will face Andrey Rublev in Tuesday’s gentlemen’s quarterfinals, while Sinner will take on surprise quarterfinalist Roman Safiullin. 

With the quarterfinal line-up set for Tuesday, we dive straight into our Wimbledon Day 9 Predictions and tennis picks, complete with tennis odds from a stable of trusted sports betting apps.

Wimbledon Day 9 Best Bets

MatchupPickOdds
Andrey Rublev vs Novak DjokovicDjokovic to win in straight sets -138 at bet365
Jannik Sinner vs Roman SafiullinOver 35.5 -110 at Caesars
Iga Swiatek vs Elina SvitolinaSwiatek -5.5 -105 at BetMGM
Jessica Pegula vs Marketa VondrousovaVondrousova +126 at FanDuel

Andrey Rublev vs Novak Djokovic

Djokovic traipses into the quarterfinals of Wimbledon, extending his impeccable run of form to 32 consecutive wins on the luscious lawns of the All England Club after beating Hubert Hurkacz in the R16. 

Yes, the 36-year-old dropped his first set in the process. But it was a minor inconvenience rather than a so-called “scare”, added to the inconvenience of having to return to Centre Court the next day after their match was suspended on Sunday night due to Wimbledon’s strict 11 p.m. curfew. 

Next up for Djokovic is Russia’s Andrey Rublev, who overcame a spirited Alexander Bublik in five sets to book his place in the quarterfinals.

Facing Djokovic is a tough proposition on any given day, never mind after an exhaustive five-setter. Thus, the sportsbooks are extremely bullish on Djokovic’s chances of not only winning this match but doing it in straight sets.

In the spirit of competition, it would be amazing if Rublev were to make this a competitive match. But if Djokovic’s 6-1, 6-2, 6-4 dismantling of Rublev in the 2023 Australian Open quarterfinals were any indication – ironically, under identical conditions Down Under as then the Russian was also coming off an epic R16 five-setter against Holger Rune – it’s hard to hold out much hope for him.

Wimbledon Best Bet: Djokovic to win in straight sets -138 at bet365

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Jannik Sinner vs Roman Safiullin

Sinner breezes into the Wimbledon quarterfinals for a second consecutive season. He’s had a relatively straightforward run, dropping just one set through four matches, and it appears that (on paper) another routine matchup is before him against No. 92 Safiullin in the last eight. Or is it?

Few saw Safiullin coming when the draw came out. The 25-year-old Russian is the quintessential surprise package of this year’s tournament, advancing to his maiden major quarterfinal after upsetting the highly-favored Denis Shapovalov in the R16 in four sets, 3-6, 6-3, 6-1, 6-3. 

In their only meeting, the Italian took the 7-6 (6), 6-3 victory at the ATP Cup in Australia last year.

Sinner will be extremely motivated, with the potential milestone of reaching his first-ever major semi-final spurring him on. He is the strong favorite across the sports betting sites to overcome the Safiullin. But with the Russian playing with house money and both players likely dealing with nerves on such a big occasion, expect this match to go to four or five sets.

Wimbledon Best Bet: Over 35.5 -110 at Caesars

Iga Swiatek vs Elina Svitolina

Swiatek overcame a scare in the R16, saving two match points and rallying from behind to defeat Belinda Bencic 6-7 (4), 7-6 (2), 6-3. In so doing, the four-time Grand Slam champion reaches her first-ever Wimbledon quarterfinal.

The World No. 1 will take on a resurgent Elina Svitolina, who fist-pumped her way to a come-from-behind victory over Victoria Azarenka 2-6, 6-4, 7-6 (9) in the R16. 

Svitolina is making her second straight major quarterfinal this season after reaching the last eight at Roland Garros. The 28-year-old Ukrainian was pushed to the brink by her Belarussian rival on Sunday, however. Thus, raising the question of whether she has anything left in the tank.

In their only meeting, Swiatek came away the 6-2, 7-5 winner on her beloved clay in Rome. Arguably, the playing field between them is leveled by the lawns of the All England Club – Svitolina is a former Wimbledon semi-finalist (2019) while grass is known to be Swiatek’s least favorite surface. 

That said, Swiatek demonstrated her championship credentials against Bencic, showing just how tough she is to beat under any circumstance. Indeed, Swiatek is not only the runaway favorite to win but this match is nestled on a whopping 5.5 games handicap, suggesting it won’t be as close as many pundits are predicting.

Wimbledon Best Bet: Swiatek -5.5 -105 at BetMGM

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Jessica Pegula vs Marketa Vondrousova

Once again, Pegula is on the brink of her first major semi-final. The 29-year-old American has reached this stage now at all four of the Grand Slams – three times at the Australian Open and once in the other three. 

While this will be Pegula’s seventh attempt to make it into the final four – and on her least favorite surface, mind – the oddsmakers are making her the solid favorite at -150 to accomplish the feat at the expense of Vondrousova. 

On the strength of Pegula’s consistency and experience, this sentiment is justified. However, the fact that she frolicked through a relatively favorable draw could be to her detriment. 

Since her first-round marathon win against Lauren Davis, she’s not been tested at all. She faced lower-tier players, advancing without dropping a set and relinquishing barely a handful of games. 

By contrast, Vondrousova marches into the last eight taking out seeded opposition on her path. She stunned the No. 12 seed Veronika Kudermetova in the R64, No. 20, and Donna Vekic in the R32. Then, in the R16, she took out No. 32 Marie Bouzkova, who upset No. 5 seed Caroline Garcia.

It’s a constantly occurring theme at the majors, a dangerous floater advancing deep into the tournament and posing as a legitimate stumbling block for the match favorite. 
In this case, however, Vondrousova has a tangible advantage over Pegula, having made it to the French Open final in 2019. 

Wimbledon Best Bet: Vondrousova +126 at FanDuel

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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.