Wimbledon Accumulator Tips: 4/1 shot for quarter-final fourfold

 | Tuesday 9th July 2024, 16:19pm

Tuesday 9th July 2024, 16:19pm

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Wednesday’s action at Wimbledon sees four more quarter-finals take place, as the likes of Novak Djokovic and Elena Rybakina target a place in the final four. The weather at SW19 hasn’t been all that kind, but the forecast for Wednesday is bright, and we always have the insurance of the roof over Centre Court. 

Below I’ve put together an accumulator featuring all four Singles matches scheduled for Wednesday afternoon. Below you can find those Wimbledon Accumulator Tips.

Wimbledon Accumulator Tips - Wednesday, July 10

  • Lorenzo Musetti vs Taylor Fritz - over 39.5 games
  • Novak Djokovic to beat Alex de Minaur 
  • Elena Rybakina to beat Elina Svitolina 
  • Jelena Ostapenko to beat Barbora Krejčíková 

Accumulator pays 4/1 

Lorenzo Musetti vs Taylor Fritz - over 39.5 games

These two are surely set to play out an absolute humdinger. From what we have seen from both players in this tournament so far, I feel a five-setter is certainly on the cards. Musetti hasn’t yet won a game in straight sets, with three four-set wins, and one five-set win to his name at Wimbledon. 

His relentless playing style has taken him this far, and although I expect Fritz to get the better of him, I think it will be a close encounter. The American came from two sets down to beat Alexander Zverev in a feisty match-up in the last round, and I expect another pulsating tie to take place on Wednesday afternoon.

Novak Djokovic to beat Alex De Minaur 

Djokovic wasn’t in the best of moods after his win over Holger Rune. He may have got the job done in straight sets but the crowd’s support of ‘RUUUUNEE’ was misinterpreted as boos by the Serbian. He doesn’t seem his happiest right now, but truthfully, it doesn’t really matter. 

He’s targeting his eighth Wimbledon title and looks set to meet Carlos Alcaraz in the final if things go to plan. De Minaur has had a decent tournament but he hasn’t yet been properly tested by elite opposition, and he even had a walkover in the third round. He may come up short against the Serbian great. 

Wimbledon Odds

Elena Rybakina to beat Elina Svitolina 

Rybakina is the fourth-ranked seed in this competition and she has barely been tested so far. Some may see that as a negative thing but in my eyes, she is fresh and raring to go. She won here back in 2022 and still has the ability to go all the way - I’m certainly happy to side with her in this last eight clash. Svitolina is also a top competitor and has done well at SW19, notably beating Ons Jabeur this year - but I just fancy Rybakina’s chances slightly more. Expect this one to go all the way as well. 

Jelena Ostapenko to beat Barbora Krejčíková 

A kind draw has helped her out, but Ostapenko has steadily navigated her way to the final eight, where another eminently winnable tie awaits. Barbora Krejčíková is seeded 31st for this year’s Wimbledon, and has been on the right side of several tense tie-breaks to make it this far. 

She’s clearly a threat, and her best win to date came in the last round against Danielle Collins, but I think if Ostapenko is on her game, this one should be a relatively straightforward victory. 

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Check out our other Tennis Betting Tips here. 

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