2023 Wimbledon Tips, Predictions & Preview

Andrew Hendrie:

Novak Djokovic and Elena Rybakina attempt to defend their Wimbledon titles in 2023.

Expert tips, predictions and daily best bets for Wimbledon, live from the All England Club in London between Monday July 3 to Sunday July 16.

Who will win Wimbledon in 2023?

We will provide daily best bets and multis for Wimbledon, while our predictions for outright winners can be seen further down the page.

Today’s Best Wimbledon Tips

Sunday July 16

Novak Djokovic vs Carlos Alcaraz – Over 39.5 total games at $1.78 with Bet Right

A blockbuster final showdown takes place in the mens singles final as Novak Djokovic and Carlos Alcaraz collide for the second straight slam. Djokovic outlasted Alcaraz in the French Open semi-finals last month, with the pair splitting the first two sets before the Spaniard cramped and won just two more games. Alcaraz has bounced back strongly – in fact, he hasn’t lost since, winning the Queens Club title before blitzing his way through to a maiden Wimbledon final. Djokovic meanwhile continues to rewrite history and is looking to become the first man in history to win five straight Wimbledon titles, along with equaling Roger Federer for a total of eight trophies at the All England Club and gunning for a record-extending 24th Grand Slam singles crown. Djokovic hasn’t lost on Centre Court in 10 years, so you simply can’t back against the Serbian here. However, I don’t think Djokovic has been playing at his best all tournament, so Alcaraz certainly has his chances. With this in mind, I’m backing a competitive affair that goes over 39.5 total games. If you take out the two sets where Alcaraz was cramping, the set scores between the pair so far  have been 7-5, 6-3, 7-6, 7-5 & 7-6. Those are very close sets, so if that trend continues and we get at least four sets in the final, this total covers with ease.

Wimbledon Daily Multi Tips

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Wimbledon Seeds 2023

Men’s singles

  1. Carlos Alcaraz
  2. Novak Djokovic
  3. Daniil Medvedev
  4. Casper Ruud
  5. Stefanos Tsitsipas
  6. Holger Rune
  7. Andrey Rublev
  8. Jannik Sinner
  9. Taylor Fritz
  10. Frances Tiafoe
  11. Felix Auger-Aliassim
  12. Cameron Norrie
  13. Borna Coric
  14. Lorenzo Musetti
  15. Alex de Minaur
  16. Tommy Paul
  17. Hubert Hurkacz
  18. Francisco Cerundolo
  19. Alexander Zverev
  20. Jan-Lennard Struff
  21. Roberto Bautista Agut
  22. Grigor Dimitrov
  23. Sebastian Korda
  24. Alexander Bublik
  25. Yoshihito Nishioka
  26. Nicolas Jarry
  27. Denis Shapovalov
  28. Daniel Evans
  29. Tallon Griekspoor
  30. Tomas Martin Etcheverry
  31. Nick Kyrgios
  32. Alejandro Davidovich Fokina

Women’s singles

  1. Iga Swiatek
  2. Aryna Sabalenka
  3. Elena Rybakina
  4. Jessica Pegula
  5. Caroline Garcia
  6. Ons Jabeur
  7. Coco Gauff
  8. Maria Sakkari
  9. Petra Kvitova
  10. Barbora Krejcikova
  11. Daria Kasatkina
  12. Veronika Kudermetova
  13. Beatriz Haddad Maia
  14. Belinda Bencic
  15. Liudmila Samsonova
  16. Karolina Muchova
  17. Jelena Ostapenko
  18. Karolina Pliskova
  19. Victoria Azarenka
  20. Donna Vekic
  21. Ekaterina Alexandrova
  22. Anastasia Potapova
  23. Magda Linette
  24. Zheng Qinwen
  25. Madison Keys
  26. Anhelina Kalinina
  27. Bernarda Pera
  28. Elise Merten
  29. Irina-Camelia Begu
  30. Petra Martic
  31. Mayar Sherif
  32. Marie Bouzkova

Wimbledon Tips & Predictions (men)

Who will win men’s Wimbledon in 2023?

It’s impossible to look past Novak Djokovic as the Serbian superstar targets a record-extending 24th Grand Slam singles title and continues on his quest for a Calendar Year Grand Slam.

Djokovic has picked up the Australian Open and Roland Garros titles in dominant fashion this season and it’s tough to see anyone denying him an eighth Wimbledon crown over the next fortnight.

Djokovic has won an astonishing 28 matches in a row at Wimbledon, sweeping four titles in the process. One more, and he equals Roger Federer’s eight trophies at SW19. The World No. 1 hasn’t played a lead-in tournament, but that doesn’t matter when you’ve won six of the last eight Wimbledon tournaments.

Of course Djokovic is the clear favourite at best odds of $1.67 with Betright and it’s hard to make a case for any other player in the draw to usurp him on the lawns.

Indeed, no other members of the top 10 have even made a semi-final at Wimbledon, while nobody – bar Carlos Alcaraz – really impressed in the warm-up tournaments.

Alcaraz conquered Alex de Minaur to take home the Queens Club trophy, but it wasn’t an entirely convincing week from the Spaniard. The teenage sensation also couldn’t last physically with Djokovic in their French Open semi-final showdown. Obviously grass is less taxing, but Alcaraz is still learning how to best apply his game to this surface and you can’t be experimenting against Djokovic.

Jannik Sinner is someone who could have success here in the future, but he is dealing with injury problems and has been rather inconsistent all season, so not liking the Italian’s chances this fortnight. Stefanos Tsitsipas has been a non-factor over the last couple of months, Holger Rune looked all out of sorts at Queens Club and Daniil Medvedev’s early-season momentum has well and truly stopped.

In the bottom half, the only players that really have the chance to trouble Djokovic are Nick Kyrgios, Hubert Hurkacz and Alexander Bublik.

Kyrgios hasn’t won a match all year and doesn’t look ready to repeat his run to the Wimbledon final from last year, Hurkacz is a perennial flop at slams and Bublik – who recently won the title in Halle – doesn’t have the consistency or focus over best-of-five throughout a fortnight at a major.

Taylor Fritz’s form has also taken an alarming dip over the last couple of months – normally the American would be a threat after making the quarter-finals last year, but can’t see him going deep based on current form.

Casper Ruud’s quarter is there for the taking – the Norwegian hasn’t played a grass court event in the lead-up and doesn’t care about Wimbledon at all. Can see someone like Roberto Bautista Agut – a former Wimbledon semi-finalist and as tough as they come – take advantage, but whoever does will be cannon fodder for Djokovic in the final four.

Frances Tiafoe is someone who could emerge from the top half of the draw if Alcaraz struggles, while we mustn’t completely rule out Andy Murray, who has an opportunity for a deep run in a second quarter filled led by the out-of-form Tsitsipas and Medvedev.

Tiafoe recently cracked the top 10 by winning the Stuttgart title on grass and pushed Alcaraz to five sets in the US Open semi-finals last year. The American keeps taking his game to new levels and this could be another breakthrough.

But, ultimately, this is Djokovic’s tournament to lose and it’s going to take a superhuman effort to deny him a 24th major title.

Wimbledon Tips & Predictions (women)

Who will win women’s Wimbledon in 2023?

Three players have emerged from the pack to dominate women’s tennis since the retirement of Ash Barty, with Aryna Sabalenka winning the Australian Open title, Iga Swiatek taking home Roland Garros and Elena Rybakina – runner-up at Melbourne Park this season – returning to Wimbledon to defend the title she won last year.

Out of those three, I’m backing Sabalenka at odds of $6.00 with bet365.

Swiatek, the World No. 1, has yet to prove herself on grass and I don’t think the surface suits her game. The Pole certainly prefers slower and high-bouncing conditions, while she’s never been past the fourth round at Wimbledon or made a grass court final in her career.

After withdrawing in the semi-finals of Bad Homburg last week, it’s hard to back Swiatek as favourite – although she’s received an excellent draw, with Jessica Pegula, Caroline Garcia and Coco Gauff the highest seeds in the top half.

With this in mind, it would be a shock if Swiatek didn’t make the final, but Sabalenka looks better value and would fancy her chances in this match-up on the lawns.

Sabalenka made the semi-finals of Wimbledon in 2021, her last appearance at the tournament after Belarusian players were banned from competing in 2022.

As mentioned, Sabalenka won her maiden slam at the Australian Open and had match point in the French Open semi-finals before falling to Karolina Muchova. Sabalenka’s mental game has improved considerably, so that setback shouldn’t affect her too much, while her big serve and powerful groundstrokes can do immense damage on grass.

Rybakina is also in the bottom half, but I can’t see the defending champion repeating her incredible run to the title from 12 months ago. In fact, it wouldn’t surprise me if Rybakina lost in the opening round to the dangerous Shelby Rogers – the Kazakh was forced to withdraw from Roland Garros with a viral infection and admitted last week she still hasn’t fully recovered. Even if Rybakina beats Rogers, she could run into Alize Cornet in the second round. The Frenchwoman loves the big stage and has beaten Swiatek and Serena at Wimbledon before. Couldn’t ask for two tougher unseeded players.

In terms of value, Pegula could be one to watch. The American is remarkably consistent and is the type of player who can take advantage of draws falling apart. Pegula made the third round of Wimbledon last year, but she was dealing with a sinus infection that had her in and out of hospital, while her mother had also suffered a cardiac arrest only a month prior. One year later, Pegula is more settled and at $51 in the easier top half of the draw, she’s worth a small stake.

Overall though, Swiatek and Sabalenka look the players to beat once again. Can’t back Swiatek with her poor record on grass, so Sabalenka is my tentative favourite for the title.



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