Wimbledon Day 10 Predictions and Order of Play

On Wimbledon Day 10, the anticipation reaches its peak as the quarter-finals take centre stage in both the men’s and women’s singles matches. The lineup promises an exhilarating day of tennis, with the world’s top players battling it out for a spot in the prestigious semi-finals.

As the pressure intensifies and the stakes get higher, only the strongest and most determined players will emerge victorious and inch closer to Wimbledon glory.

Wimbledon Day 10 Predictions

Daniil Medvedev vs Christopher Eubanks Prediction: Over 38.5 Games

The quarter-final clash between Daniil Medvedev and Christopher Eubanks at Wimbledon promises to be an intense battle, with both players showcasing their exceptional skills on the grass court. Medvedev is the favourite according to bookmakers but will need to stay alert against Eubanks’ formidable serve, which has been nearly flawless throughout the tournament.

However, Medvedev’s impressive defensive game, combined with his ability to limit his opponents’ opportunities, suggests that breaking Eubanks’ serve won’t come easy. With both players displaying strong serves, impeccable defence, and few unforced errors, it’s expected that the match will feature long games and possibly even tiebreaks, increasing the likelihood of the total number of games going over 38.5.

Madison Keys vs Aryna Sabalenka Prediction: Over 21.5 Games

Both Keys and Sabalenka have shown at the Wimbledon Championships their exceptional skills to set the stage for a thrilling showdown. Keys is currently on a nine-match winning streak, and displayed her resilience in a hard-fought victory against Mirra Andreeva, surrendering just one set in her impressive run. On the other hand, Sabalenka enters the quarter-finals after a comfortable victory over Ekaterina Alexandrova, where she showcased her dominance by winning 6-4, 6-0.

This clash marks the third meeting between Keys and Sabalenka, with their head-to-head record currently tied at one win apiece. Notably, Keys emerged victorious in their only previous encounter on grass, adding an extra layer of excitement to their upcoming battle. With both players vying for a spot in the semi-finals, it is expected that they will push each other to the limit, resulting in a closely contested match. As a result, it is reasonable to predict that the total number of games will surpass 21.5.

Carlos Alcaraz vs Holger Rune Prediction: Rune to Win a Set

With the era of Big 3 at its final ebb, Alcaraz and Rune are among the stars to lead the next generation of tennis players to fight for glory. The duo will be in action at Centre Court against each other, promising a dramatic battle where each player will aim to capitalize on their opponent’s weaknesses.

The world’s number one carries the weight of expectations as he seeks to add more Grand Slam titles to his name. On the other side of the net, Rune has experienced a remarkable ascent in the tennis world over the past year, reaching the top ten rankings. Despite his rapid rise, Rune has yet to secure significant tournament victories this season.

Given the competitive nature of their previous encounters and the recent performances of both players at the All-England Club, it is reasonable to predict that the duo will exchange blows. Alcaraz will not find it easy to coast past Rune, who should will win at least one set in this highly anticipated match.

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Day 10 Order of Play


Women´s Singles – Quarter-Finals: Ons Jabeur vs Elena Rybakina

Men’s Singles – Quarter-Finals: Carlos Alcaraz vs Holger Rune

COURT 1 – 13:00

Women´s Singles – Quarter-Finals: Madison Keys vs Aryna Sabalenka

Men’s Singles – Quarter-Finals: Daniil Medvedev vs Christopher Eubanks

COURT 2 – 11:00

Women´s Doubles – Quarter-Finals: S. Hunter (AUS)/E. Mertens (BEL) vs N. Bains (GBR)/M. Lumsden (GBR)

Men´s Doubles – Quarter-Finals: K. Krawietz (GER)/T. Puetz (GER) vs J. Murray (GBR)/M. Venus (NZL)

Women´s Doubles – Quarter-Finals: M. Bouzkova (CZE)/S. Sorribes Tormo (ESP) vs L. Siegemund (GER)/V. Zvonareva (RUS)

Women´s Invitation Doubles – Round Robin: A. Petkovic (GER)/M. Rybarikova (SVK) vs K. Clijsters (BEL)/M. Hingis (SUI)

COURT 3 – 11:00

Men´s Doubles – Quarter-Finals: N. Lammons (USA)/J. Withrow (USA) vs M. Granollers (ESP)/H. Zeballos (ARG)

Men´s Doubles – Quarter-Finals: W. Koolhof (NED)/N. Skupski (GBR) vs A. Behar (URU)/A. Pavlasek (CZE)

Mixed Doubles – Semi-Finals: M. Pavic (CRO)/L. Kichenok (UKR) vs J. O’Mara (GBR)/O. Nicholls (GBR)

Men’s Invitation Doubles – Round Robin: B. Bryan (USA)/M. Bryan (USA) vs A. Sa (BRA)/B. Soares (BRA)

COURT 12 – 11:00

Men’s Invitation Doubles – Round Robin: J. Delgado (GBR)/J. Marray (GBR) vs M. Baghdatis (CYP)/X. Malisse (BEL)

Men’s Doubles – Quarter-Finals: T. Griekspoor (NED)/B. Stevens (NED) vs R. Bopanna (IND)/M. Ebden (AUS)

Women’s Invitation Doubles – Round Robin: J. Konta (GBR)/S. Mirza (IND) vs F. Schiavone (ITA)/
R. Vinci (ITA)

COURT 18 – 11:30

Mixed Invitation Doubles – Round Robin: M. Woodforde (AUS)/M. Navratilova (USA) vs T. Johansson (SWE)/B. Schett (AUT)

Mixed Doubles – Semi-Finals: M. Middelkoop (NED)/A. Sutjiadi (INA) v J. Vliegen (BEL)/Y. Xu (CHN)


Mixed Invitation Doubles – Round Robin: G. Rusedski (GBR)/C. Martinez (ESP) vs T. Enqvist (SWE)/A. Keothavong (GBR)

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