Wimbledon 2019 Predictions & Tips: Djokovic to Retain the Crown?
The second Grand Slam tournament of the season is about to kick off on Monday, July 1st. Tennis admirers will be in for two thrilling weeks and your betting detectives decided to add even more excitement by bringing a tennis analyst to be with you for the next two weeks.
We will thus provide a double or a three-legged accumulator exclusively as part of Wimbledon 2019 Predictions, ties for you on a daily basis, starting from July 1st. Depending on a day, our tennis expert will add more bets, suggest value picks with higher odds etc. We can’t guarantee profit (who can with 100% certainty?), but we promise to deliver carefully analysed picks from a true expert in this sport. Don’t forget to check our free football daily predictions too.
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The defending champion is bookmakers’ main favourite. We can remember one of the biggest matches in an Open Era history in the last year’s semi-final when Novak outplayed Rafael Nadal in five anthological sets. It was the moment of his rebirth following years of struggles through an elbow injury. The World No 1 went on to lift trophies at US Open and Australian Open confirming his dominance in men’s tennis. However, Djokovic suffered his maiden Grand Slam loss after 27 successive wins in Roland Garros’ semi-final when Austrian clay-court specialist Dominic Thiem was too good on the day. We honestly do not think anyone can hurt Novak in the best-of-three sets on the grass court at the moment, especially following his superior display in the previous edition of the tournament.
Roger has not played a Grand Slam final for more than 18 months and you could have reasons to question his possibilities of going all the way here. On the other side, do not forget his is All England Club, and there is nobody who has ever won it more times than the legendary Swiss. He has the capacity of beating anyone on his day on grass courts, but if you are asking me, I’d put my money on Novak in their potential clash all day long. I’ll also just mention that Roger was stopped by Kevin Anderson in a weird quarter-final tie last time out.
Nadal always has to be considered a contender even though he has not featured a Wimbledon final for eight years now. He has won the competition twice which is a decent achievement given grass court is by far his least preferred surface. Nevertheless, he had a remarkable run last year reaching the semi-final where he fell to latter champion Novak Djokovic in a match which could have easily gone his way also in the fifth set. Counting on such display as well as the fact he has played finals at both Grand Slams this season, we believe Rafa will go at least to the semis here.
Women’s tournament is much harder to predict. Whilst three men have divided last 10 Grand Slams, there were as many as 9 different winners of past 10 Grand Slams for women. Nevertheless, he are our top three Wimbledon 2019 Predictions:
Ashleigh Barty has made quite an impressive breakthrough thanks to the form of her career in the past couple of months. She has won her maiden Grand Slam in May at Roland Garros and backed it up with a fabulous cruise towards the Birmingham crown on the grass court. Such results earned her a number one spot in the WTA rankings. I believed Wimbledon would be Ashley’s inaugural Grand Slam trophy since she has won it in her junior days. Now that she proved quality and class at Roland Garros, the value is huge in backing the Australian all-rounder to go all the way at Wimbledon at 7.00 odds.
The former World No 1 and current US Open and Australian Open champion Naomi Osaka did not enjoy the most beautiful two weeks of her career at Roland Garros. However, she is a hard-hitter and she has the game just suited from grass court. Big-serving Osaka is massive 17.00 to win the tournament and I see an enormous value in this pick given she knows how to perform well at the biggest stage.
Serena is always a contender. In spite of motherhood, age and recent injuries, you just can’t underestimate one of the greatest champions in the history of Wimbledon and in the history of women’s tennis overall. She fell to Sofia Kenin in the early stages of Roland Garros, but grass court can bring a completely opposite scenario.
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