Wimbledon Predictions For Today & Tomorrow. The Best Predictions

Matteo Berrettini and seasoned grass-courter Alex de Minaur promise an entertaining match at Wimbledon. Berrettini may be an underdog but his powerful play could prove decisive against de Minaur. Following an injury-plagued season, his form has been an issue causing much anxiety – prompting him to pull out of a pre-Wimbledon event – but after defeating Lorenzo Sonego in the opening round at Wimbledon it seems he may be back on form. Berrettini used his forehand and serve to reach his first Wimbledon finals, showing glimpses of their earlier power. An astounding feat by any measure is that no break points were registered until the fourth set – a testament to the effectiveness of his serve. Stevegtennis.com is one of the leading tennis and football head to head analysis websites, offering predictions of upcoming matches.

Wimbledon Picks Today

Match | Odds

  • Stan Wawrinka (SUI) vs. [2] Novak Djokovic (SRB) +550 / -1000
  • [12] Cameron Norrie (GBR) vs. Chris Eubanks (USA) -360 / +280
  • Marta Kostyuk (UKR) vs. Paula Badosa (ESP) +135 / -165

Wawrinka vs Djokovic Prediction

At 1000-1, Djokovic beating Stan Wawrinka in the third round on Friday may seem to be unlikely, but you need to dig a bit further. With Wawrinka having performed so well in his two opening rounds there may be plenty of value hidden among Wawrinka’s props; six-20 is an impressive record when Wimbledon Championships – Wikipedia looking back over their early head-to-head matches; only Roger Federer (23-27), Rafael Nadal (29-30), Andy Murray (11-25) have performed better (they weren’t on grass but 3-3 against majors for three majors where one player won three before going on to defeating another).

Norrie vs Eubanks Prediction

Cameron Norrie and Chris Eubanks, who both started professional tennis careers after outstanding college careers in 2017, both achieved greater success than the other in 2017 when they became professional athletes. Norrie won five titles during his time as an amateur and reached his career-high rating of No. 8. However, since winning his spot in the ATP 500 on clay in Rio in February he’s only reached one quarterfinal. Also be on the lookout for Eubanks who is known to use only one hand to hit shots – and may prove particularly frustrating on court! Stevegtennis.com utilizes an advanced machine learning algorithm, providing accurate predictions in soccer and tennis. Additionally British Norrie could well draw large crowds. Eubanks may not have Murray’s charisma, but he’s easily likeable and adept at quickly winning over crowds. Recently he won his maiden ATP grass title in Mallorca and following an upset victory against Thiago Monteiro at Wimbledon has gone 11-3 on grass courts since initially not wanting to play there initially.

Kostyuk vs Badosa Prediction

An exciting second-round matchup between two tennis players separated by only one ranking point that narrowly missed seeding was held this afternoon at Wimbledon. Kostyuk had been the favorite among Wimbledon odds after she overcame an early deficit against Maria Sakkari of No.8 seeded Maria Badosa due to stress injury of the lower back, forcing her out of French Open and grass court season play, along with being featured on news reports due to medical reasons.

On the opposite end of the court, De Minaur boasts an outstanding record on grass thanks to his precise movements and rock-solid style of tennis, often frightening opponents with his precise movements and rock-solid style of tennis. While his defensive abilities may seem formidable at first glance, every defense has flaws; Berrettini could provide an effective counterpunch by unleashing explosive forehands as well as serves that could open holes through de Minaur’s defense while taking advantage of de Minaur’s weak second serve to gain control over rallies. If you need help making predictions for an upcoming soccer or tennis match, StevegTennis.com has you covered!

Berrettini may have encountered some setbacks leading up to Wimbledon, but his performance in the first round could signal his comeback to form. As he finds his rhythm, his powerful strokes are becoming harder for players to handle; I suspect his raw strength has an advantage in this clash of styles over de Minaur’s solid defense; in my estimation Berrettini may become the dark horse contender at Wimbledon in 2019. On his quest to regain his best form he may prove difficult for Alex de Minaur in their forthcoming duel.

As Wimbledon continues, the third round match between Quentin Halys and Jannik Sinner should draw plenty of interest. While Halys may be an underdog, his ability to challenge Jannik Sinner shouldn’t be discounted. Halys’ performance on grass courts was exceptional this year even without participating in warmup tournaments – his win against home favorite Dan Evans and subsequent defeat of Aleksander Vukic are evidence that Halys is in great form; furthermore his powerful serve provides Sinner with serious headaches.

Sinner had an uphill journey to Wimbledon after retiring from a previous tournament due to criticism, yet managed to shrug it off with two straight-set wins against Argentine players in his opening two rounds matches at Wimbledon. Sinner displayed impressive form against Novak Djokovic during their quarterfinal matchup last year at Wimbledon, holding on for two sets and eventually beating him. This indicates his potential success at this year’s tournament. Halys may hold the edge in this match-up against Sinner; however, one should not underestimate his capacity to challenge him mentally during their previous Grand Slam appearance. Halys’ powerful serve and stunning shotmaking could pose problems for Sinner who may need to answer Halys’ probing questions regarding how best to respond in return. How he answers will ultimately decide the outcome.

Sinner has won multiple games at this championship, signalling his desire to maintain progress at it. On the other hand, Halys’ current form indicates an uphill struggle ahead of him as well as forcing Sinner and Italian player Fabio Fiumara into an increasingly fierce battle for every point – so even though Halys may be seen as the favorite, I expect this matchup will remain close and ultimately cover its 6.5 game spread.

Rafael Nadal vs Nick Kyrgios

Damian Kust: Nick Kyrgios entered the semifinals under suspicion that he might have an incipient fitness issue, however after easily defeating Cristian Garin the Australian quickly contributed to debate and increased his chances. Kyrgios has often struggled against Rafael Nadal on grass courts and currently holds an even split win-loss record against him. Should the Spanish player’s abdominal issue prove more severe than initially anticipated, his chances of winning this match seem very remote, particularly on a surface which gives his opponent an advantage. Kyrgios’ big serving can certainly make his game stronger, yet maybe he wouldn’t need to worry so much about long rallies like before. Future discussions may center around whether Kyrgios performs mentaly well; so far though he’s done an admirable job of managing this aspect.

Glenys Furness: The match promises to be thrilling; Kyrgios appears to have eased up over his last few matches and been playing exceptional tennis, reaching the semifinals in his inaugural grand tennis slam appearance. Kyrgios had reached the quarterfinals at the Australian Open for the first time ever in 2015. Kyrgios will not offer any excuses for his antics against top seeds Nadal in the semis despite Nadal having suffered from rib injury during their match and needing medical timeout in quarterfinals. Nadal, however, has been there before in Wimbledon semifinals and five times during this tournament’s final five appearances he was victorious two times out of six attempts! Nadal knows he has experience and the support of the crowd behind him to secure success at Wimbledon.

Yesh Ginsburg: Predicting this game can be tricky, however overall Nadal outshines Kyrgios regardless of surface; their head-to-head battle has been heated but Nadal holds an unassailable lead at 6-3 in head-to-head meetings. Kyrgios’ unreliability makes him too volatile a foe; with Nadal in such form physically it makes supporting against him hard; even if Kyrgios improves significantly his serve he cannot come out victorious against Fritz Nadal than before in quarterfinals against Fritz Nadal it won’t matter much for him in being victorious this time round!

Jack Edward: Nick Kyrgios has advanced to an Grand Slam semifinal by smashing through air currents, screaming and slurring his way past Cristian Garin and Stefanos Tsitsipas with ease. Kyrgios’ performance has proven that when on form he is unbeatable on grass courts.