As Tennis odds one of his four Wimbledon men’s singles quarter-final betting selections, our expert tipster believes Jannik Sinner will surprise Novak Djokovic at OKBet Tennis 2022.
Tennis odds, this year’s Wimbledon men’s singles has been full of surprises, with Carlos Alcaraz, Casper Ruud, and Stefanos Tsitsipas all losing – and more upsets might be on the way in this week’s quarter-finals at Tennis Odds.
Predictions for the Tennis odds men’s quarter-finals
- Cameron Norrie 3-0
- Jannik Sinner 11/2
- Rafael Nadal to win 3-1
- Nick Kyrgios will win 3-2
Goffin vs. Norrie (Tue)
Cameron Norrie will feel pressure as the last British player in the Wimbledon men’s singles bracket, but he can beat David Goffin comfortably. Norrie failed to impress at Eastbourne or Queen’s, but he won the Lyon Open last month and has won three of his four Wimbledon matches in straight sets OKBet Tennis 2022.
In the fourth round, he overcame No. 30 seed Tommy Paul on No. 1 Court and is a reasonable bet to win his quarter-final 3-0 at 23/10. Frances Tiafoe took Goffin to five sets in his previous encounter, and he played just one match on grass before Wimbledon, losing to Daniil Medvedev.
3-0 Cameron Norrie.
Djokovic vs Sinner (Tue)
Novak Djokovic has won the previous three grass-court grand slams and six overall at OKBet Tennis 2022, so it would be a risky move to challenge him at Wimbledon. However, the young Italian Jannik Sinner is on a roll and might pull off a surprise.
Djokovic missed the Australian Open and was ousted from the French Open by Rafael Nadal. Champion Djokovic didn’t play any pre-Wimbledon warm-up tournaments, so Sinner will be his first significant test. Djokovic has played just one seeded player in the season’s third major slam, compatriot Miomir Kecmanovic in the third round, but he has lost sets against Kwon Soon-woo and Tim van Rijthoven and is far from bulletproof. Sinner has beaten John Isner and Carlos Alcaraz at SW19 and might reach his first grand slam semi-final at OKBet Tennis 2022.
Rafael Nadal vs. Taylor Fritz (Wed)
Rafael Nadal dropped sets against Francisco Cerundolo and Ricardas Berankis in the first two rounds of the year, but he has since recovered his footing and beaten Lorenzo Sonego and Botic van de Zandschulp in straight sets.
The second seed is growing into the competition and has a chance at a third grand-slam victory this season, particularly in the softer half of the draw. Taylor Fritz has advanced to the quarterfinals without losing a set and beat Nadal at the Indian Wells Masters this year. Fritz can at least steal a set from Nadal, who is playing well at OKBet Tennis 2022.
Garin vs. Kyrgios (Wed)
Nick Kyrgios has been one of the most entertaining players at Wimbledon this year, but he’s let his tennis do most of the talking. He beat No. 4 seed Stefanos Tsitsipas and promising American Brandon Nakashima to reach this level.
He was pushed to five sets by Nakashima and has lost sets in three of his four matches, while Cristian Garin battled back from 2-0 down to overcome Alex de Minaur in the final round. Kyrgios may win in five sets.
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