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Wimbledon betting tips: Best betting predictions for Day Thirteen

As I have been doing throughout the tournament, right here you will find some Wimbledon betting tips for the main matches of the day. But with that said, since we have now arrived at the first of the two finals days, there is just one match that I will focus on. Of course, this match is the women’s final between Jabeur and Rybakina. This is the third time that these two will play each other in their careers. However, they haven’t played one another for a few years now. So it’s fair to say that they are both very different players compared to their previous encounters.

Wimbledon betting tips day 13

The two will kick things off on Centre Court today, with a scheduled start time of 2 pm. So if you want to watch the game, make sure you keep your afternoon free. And for those who are interested, the men’s doubles final will follow this match. That game will commence once the women’s final and presentation have been wrapped up. But back to the main point now, it’s time to reveal my Wimbledon betting tips for the women’s singles final.

Day Thirteen Wimbledon Betting Tips

As is the tradition at Wimbledon, the women’s singles final will be played this afternoon on Centre Court. And ahead of the match, I’ve managed to identify several key markets that have pretty desirable odds. Just to confirm, the tips that you see below can be wagered on at just about any reputable betting site in the UK. So without further ado, here are the Wimbledon betting tips for Jabeur vs Rybakina:

Ons Jabeur vs Elena Rybakina

It’s always somewhat tricky to choose certain betting markets when two players don’t have a huge history on the court. However, it may be tricky, but it is by no means impossible. And for that reason, I’ve still been able to come up with three tips for you to consider today.

  • Jabeur to win – 1.66 odds

At the end of the day, there has to be a winner. And I believe that the winner will be Ons Jabeur. It just feels like this is finally her time to win a slam, especially with the quality of tennis that she has been producing. The odds of 1.66 are pretty appealing too, so this market is definitely worth backing, in my opinion. 

  • Jabeur -1.5 games handicap – 1.80 odds

The idea of Jabeur winning by a margin greater than 1.5 in games seems fairly realistic, in all honesty. Assuming that the match doesn’t involve more than one tie-break, and assuming that she doesn’t get blown away in any single set, this market has a great chance of coming true. Of course, she still has to win the match.

  • Over 4.5 aces for Rybakina – 1.72 odds

Elena Rybakina has one of the best serves on the women’s tour at the moment. And in her quarter-final match, she managed to hit an incredible 15 aces. Since this is a Wimbledon final, she will no doubt be going for her first serve even more than usual too. So to get more than 4.5 aces should not be impossible at all. 

About the author

Gavin Davison

Gavin is a full-time copywriter based in the United Kingdom. He has previously played NCAA college tennis in the USA and competed in many international events throughout his younger days. He still plays competitively and follows both the ATP & WTA Tours closely. His favourite player is Roger Federer.

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