Wimbledon Final Day Betting Tips

It’s the final day at Wimbledon 2022 and what a fortnight it’s been at SW19.

We’ve had, sweat and tears, ups and downs, scrapes and scars, but lucky for us, the best is yet to come as we look forward to the men's singles final on Sunday and an exciting match-up between Novak Djokovic and Nick Kyrgios.

It’s going to be a packed fanatic and energetic crowd tomorrow on Centre Court. These two certainly won’t disappoint with a spectacular showdown extravaganza at the sporting event of the day.

We already know our first Wimbledon Singles Champion for 2022. Congratulations and well done to Elena Rybakina who eventually toppled our Nap Ons Jabeur in a gripping woman’s final earlier today on Centre Court.

The Tunisian took the first set comfortably 6-3 but the Russian-born Kazakhstani rebounded swiftly and cruised through the next two sets 6-2,6-2. It was a famous victory for the sensational 23-year-old and the first of many grand slams.

So let’s get back to the biggest show in London Town as we visit SW19 for one final time, well for 2022 anyway.

So who’s going to be crowned the Wimbledon Men's Singles Championship winner in 2022?

That’s a really good question!

Will it be the number one seed seeking a fourth consecutive title and seventh in total or will it be the entertaining Aussie who aiming to make his maiden grand slam breakthrough in tremendous fashion.

At the two previous meetings between these two, Kyrgios has the upper hand winning both matchups to date without dropping a single set.

This surely will inspire the unpredictable Aussie and give The Serb something to think about before a ball is smashed.

Kyrgios is in his prime at 27-year-old and is hitting the ball better than ever. In his five singles matches on the way to the final, Kyrgios has smashed 120 non-returnable Aces and this will be his number one weapon. However this hallowed Wimbledon grass is Djokovic’s stomping ground, he’s owned it for years and the veteran 35-year-old won’t give his title up without a fight as he eyes up a 21st grand slam title.

It will be interesting to see who the crowd sides with as this could prove a huge factor as the crowd will definitely play its part. I’m going to keep the faith in my pre-tournament Nap, Novak Djokovic 4/5.

He has now won 27 consecutive matches at the All England Lawn Tennis Club and it’s this priceless experience that will keep Djokovic on tabs with Nadal in the race to see who is the greatest player of all time. He'll only be one behind Nadal if he wins that seventh Wimbledon title with The Spaniard having 22 grand slam trophies already in the cabinet.

This will be an action-packed final with lots of twists and turns but I’m going for experience to prevail in a gruelling lengthy encounter.

Wimbledon Final Day Betting Tips

  • Novak Djokovic to win & over 35.5 games 7/5 Bet365.
    Novak Djokovic to win Wimbledon 4/5 Nap
2 Comments
  1. chelseagirl 1 month ago

    Superb tips !

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  2. Gloryhornetboy 1 month ago

    His tipping has been abysmal throughout the tournament!!

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