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Wimbledon Predictions Day 7

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Wimbledon seriously begins to heat up on the brink of the second week, with no rest for players who will have become accustomed to the, no longer in operation, middle Sunday break. Keep your foot on the accelerator from a betting standpoint with our Wimbledon predictions. The tennis was affected by some wet weather on Day 6, but with the two main courts at the All England Club closing the roof there was still enough action to avoid a significant impact on the scheduling for day 7.

Top seeds Novak Djokovic and Iga Swiatek are both in action, with the bookmakers showing them a lot of respect despite the latter’s modest record on a grass court. Having said that, the Pole has made light work of her opponents so far in the tournament, whereas the same cannot be said for second and third favourites Elena Rybakina and Aryna Sabalenka.

Daniil Medvedev has quietly been making good progress in the draw despite not being considered a contender for the title, until Djokovic shows any signs of wobbling the market will maintain their stance on him to win a third consecutive grand slam. Hubert Hurkacz is one of the best servers on the ATP Tour but against the greatest returner of all time in Djokovic, it is hard to see the Polish no. 1 getting too much traction, even as courts quicken up over the course of the event.

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High-ceiling Shapo to make the last eight again

Denis Shapovalov has had a very disappointing two years on the tennis court since making the semi-finals of Wimbledon in 2021. However, the draw has opened up very nicely for the Canadian, who ended Liam Broady’s remarkable run at the championships in the third round. The 24-year-old, who has slipped to 29 in the world, has the power and ground strokes to give any player problems, as he did to Djokovic in the 2021 semi-final, but can be prone to a heavy unforced error count when he has not got his rhythm.

Roman Safiullin has been steadily improving on tour in the last few years, this is the first time he has made it past the second round of a slam, and if both players reach their peak here there will be a clear quality gap. Shapovalov has a 2-0 head-to-head record over Safiullin and his big left-handed serve should create consistent opportunities to shorten points.

Shapovalov’s inconsistency of the last couple of seasons is factored into his price at 8/13, which shows a lot of respect to Safiullin who is entering this stage of slam for the very first time. Shapovalov showed some impressive problem-solving ability against an inspired Liam Broady and can carry that positive momentum into his fourth round match.

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Sinner overrated by market

1/33 for Jannik Sinner to beat Daniel Elahi Galan is a very eyebrow-raising price. The Italian is an unbelievable talent and will likely go on to win multiple grand slams, that said to favour him that much this early in his career is a statement. Galan has done very well to reach to fourth round and is unlikely to challenge Sinner all that much, but there is some value in backing the Colombian to produce a competent performance.

The games spread for this match is set at 29.5, which means that if Galan can win 12 games, assuming Sinner wins 18 or more, the bet will land. Something that the 27-year-old seems more than capable of, especially after Sinner was less than convincing in patches against Quentin Halys in the last round. Sinner won the game count 21-15 against Halys, a repeat of that would see us land a comfortable winner in this encounter.

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Less matches has seen a little less value presented and a watching brief is recommended as the tournament moves into its latter stages.

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