July 11|Multibets of the Week for Wimbledon 2023

Some enthralling action is set to commence on Day 9

We analyse some of the large prices of the day to unfold some value. Players are approaching the crunch stage of the tournament and they will be looking to peak. We have seen a fantastic range of special markets for us to stack into mega prices!

Swiatek vs Svitolina

Women’s Singles Quarter Final, 7pm 
Svitolina To Win @ $5.50

Svitolina’s return to tour has been extremely impressive, reaching the quarters at Roland Garros. 

She will be looking to take advantage of her hard-hitting style on the grass courts, against an opponent who dislikes the grass compared to clay and hard. 

Pegula vs Vondrousova

Women’s Singles Quarter Final, 7pm
Pegula Under 2.5 Double Faults @ $1.66

Pegula has hit 1 double fault in each of her last 3 matches.

She was in terrific serving form against Tsurenko, it is likely she will continue this form into the quarter-final. 

Sinner vs Safiullin

Men’s Singles Quarter Final, 7pm
Over 0.5 Tiebreaks @ $1.83

5 matches in the last 7 matches involving Roman Safiullin has had a tiebreak, his serving has looked tricky to compete against.

Sinner’s serve also will be tricky for the Russian to deal with, as his return is not a strength of his game.

Multi Bet of the Weekend

Blumberg/Ruud vs Krawietz/Puetz

Men’s Doubles Round 2, 7pm
Krawietz/Puetz 2-0 @ $2.10

Generous odds on show here for an experienced German pairing, one of their opponents is known for his singles ability and his disliking of grass. He has mentioned that he doesn’t expect to be hanging around Wimbledon for too long this week. 

Swiatek vs Svitolina

Women’s Singles Quarter Final, 7pm
Svitolina & Over 24.5 Games @ $11.00

As previously mentioned, I fancy Svitolina to shock the top seed. However, I think she will be pushed by the battling Pole, similar to her Round 4 clash against Azarenka. 

Sinner vs Safiullin

Men’s Singles Quarter Final, 7pm
Sinner 7-6 First Set @ $7.50

I expect Sinner to take some time to adapt to the hard serving Russian, similar to the previous round vs Galan. 

I am confident in Sinner holding serve and having the edge in the tiebreak as he should be more competitive off the return. 

Multi Bet of the Weekend

Pegula vs Vondrousova

Women’s Singles Quarter Final, 7pm
Over 21.5 Games @ $1.77

Both players in fantastic form, the left handed Czech should provide an alternate challenge for Pegula initially. 

On their day, both serves are above par for the women’s tour and this should ensure some lengthy sets. 

Sinner vs Safiullin

Men’s Singles Quarter Final, 7pm
2-2 After 4 Games @ $1.83

Again, following the angle of trustworthy serving in the initial stages of the match, this seems a generous price for just 2 holds of serve each.

With the added security of two break backs winning the bet too!

Swiatek vs Svitolina

Women’s Singles Quarter Final, 7pm
Over 19.5 Games @ $1.87

I believe this match will be tighter than the bookmakers expect, this line also has the safety cushion of being able to land in 2 sets. A 6-4, 6-4 scoreline would secure a win for us here!

Multi Bet of the Weekend

Today we haven’t been shy of taking on the long odds, a whopping $1732.50 payout sitting in our betslips. It all looks good on paper for us on Day 9! Keep a lookout for the next few multibets as we approach the semi-finals. 

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