Tennis Prediction and Betting Tips 2024

As we approach the thrilling grand finale of Wimbledon, the matches are buzzing with excitement and unpredictability. Wednesday, July 10, brings an interesting quarter-final showdown between Novak Djokovic and Alex de Minaur.

This clash presents some great betting opportunities, and we've carefully analysed the matches to bring you the best bets. Read on for our Djokovic vs De Minaur prediction and betting tips.

Player Form: De Minaur is on Fire

Djokovic's season this year has been less than stellar. Despite impressive stats, the fact that he hasn't won a title halfway through the season is surprising. Injuries have plagued him, leading to early exits and inconsistent performances.

The Serb started his Wimbledon campaign with wins over Vit Kopriva and Jacob Fearnley in the first two rounds. He continued his solid run by defeating Alexei Popyrin in the third round, setting up a Round of 16 clash against Holger Rune, whom he beat convincingly in straight sets.

De Minaur is having a fantastic season, clinching two titles, cracking the top 10 and making multiple quarter-finals and finals appearances in tournaments. Now, he’s reached his first Wimbledon quarter-final.

He started his Wimbledon journey by defeating fellow Australian James Duckworth in the first round. He continued his strong run with a victory against Jaume Munar in the second round and then overcame Lucas Pouille in the third. In the Round of 16 against Arthur Fils, De Minaur emerged victorious with a scoreline of 6-2, 6-4, 4-6, 6-3.

How the Bookies View It: Djokovic All the Way

Bookmaker Betfred is leaning towards Djokovic to emerge as the victor in this encounter, making him the favourite at 1/3. De Minaur, on the other hand, is sitting at 9/4 to win. Set betting suggests a 3-0 victory for Djokovic, with this result paying 9/5.

Recent Head-to-Head: Djokovic Has an Edge

Djokovic and De Minaur have faced each other three times before this matchup, with Djokovic leading their head-to-head 2-1. Their most recent encounter was in the quarter-finals in Monte-Carlo, where Djokovic defeated De Minaur 7-5, 6-4.

Anything Else Catch the Eye?

Since Roland-Garros, Djokovic has been absent from tournaments and had limited practice on grass before Wimbledon. Despite these challenges, he has shown strong form at Wimbledon, even after recent knee surgery.

However, Djokovic is still grappling with the injury that has affected his form. Despite advancing to the quarter-finals, he has had a hard time earning his wins. Nonetheless, Djokovic's history at Wimbledon, where he has triumphed seven times, suggests he could very well find himself in yet another final and potentially claim his first title of the season.

De Minaur, on the other hand, has maintained an impressive 33-12 win-loss record this season. He has shown exceptional prowess on grass, securing a title in ‘s-Hertogenbosch. However, in his recent match against Fils, De Minaur narrowly escaped an injury scare that could have significantly impacted his form.

Throughout the season, De Minaur has been winning 73 percent of his first serves and has been effective in saving 60 percent of breakpoints.

Djokovic vs De Minaur Betting Tips & Prediction

De Minaur is playing exceptionally well and could potentially pull off one of the biggest upsets at Wimbledon. However, Djokovic isn't one to simply let that happen. Despite his injuries and recent struggles, Djokovic remains a formidable force as the world No. 2.

We believe this encounter will be the end of the road for De Minaur.

  • Djokovic to win 3-1 @ 13/5
  • Total games over 37.5 @ 8/11

Djokovic and De Minaur will play on the Centre Court, at approximately 3:30pm local time.


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