Wimbledon: Women’s Quarter-Finals Betting Tips

Martin Green

Monday, July 9, 2018 6:24 PM UTC

Monday, Jul. 9, 2018 6:24 PM UTC

Let's check out all four women’s quarter-finals on Tuesday and find some value picks, including Dominika Cibulkova seeking to continue her upset trend.

<h2>Jelena Ostapenko v Dominika Cibulkova</h2><p>Underdogs have had a field day at the Wimbledon women’s tournament this year and Cibulkova has routinely defied the odds to emerge victorious. She displayed great power and poise as she surged past British number one Johanna Konta in front of a partisan crowd on Centre Court on Thursday. The 29-year-old Slovakian then dispatched 15th seed Elise Mertens 6-2, 6-2, before thrashing Hsieh Su-wei 6-4, 6-1 in the round of 16. <a href="https://www.sportsbookreview.com/picks/" title="Free Sports Picks">Cibulkova looks extremely comfortable on grass and could go all the way this year</a>. Ostapenko, the 2017 French Open champion, is the 12th seed, the second highest remaining seed left in the tournament. She is the 4/6 favourite with <a href="https://a.bookmakersreview.com/record/v?c=147&amp;a=e605009c-af6d-4596-a06f-dbd28d37b12f" rel="nofollow">Bet365</a> to win this match after powering through to the second week. But she is yet to face an opponent of Cibulkova’s calibre, and in a tournament thus far defied by upsets, Cibulkova looks like a great value at 6/5 with <a href="https://a.bookmakersreview.com/record/v?c=147&amp;a=e605009c-af6d-4596-a06f-dbd28d37b12f" rel="nofollow">Bet365</a>.</p><p> </p><h2>Kiki Bertens v Julia Georges</h2><p>The first week of Wimbledon separates the wheat from the chaff, and by the quarter-finals only elite players are left. It generally leaves you with attractive odds on each player, without having to rely on handicaps or set betting. Such is the case in this intriguing contest between Bertens (11/10 with Bet Stars) and Georges (11/12 with <a href="https://a.bookmakersreview.com/record/v?c=132&amp;a=8b268052-553e-4cf2-9174-cf56ab1a531d&amp;f=2" rel="nofollow">Marathon Bet</a>). Bertens toppled seventh seed Karolina Pliskova with a fine performance in the last round, and she also got the better of Venus Williams earlier in the tournament. But now she faces a stern test against Georges, who is enjoying a breakout season at the age of 29. She has already made her top 10 debut, and now she is into her first ever Grand Slam quarter-final. She has been solid, serving well and displaying mental fortitude throughout the tournament, and <a href="https://www.sportsbookreview.com/betting-odds/tennis/" title="Tennis Odds">she looks a good bet to secure victory</a> in this match.</p><p> </p><h2>Daria Kasatkina v Angelique Kerber</h2><p>All the top 10 seeds have now crashed out of the tournament, leaving 11th seed Kerber as the highest ranking player remaining. The 30-year-old German is a Grand Slam winner, having landed the Australian Open and the U.S. Open in 2016, and she also reached the final of Wimbledon that year. That experience in the latter stages of big tournaments could be crucial as she plots to add to her haul in London this week. First she must overwhelm plucky challenger Kasatkina, a 21-year-old Russian with a seemingly bright future ahead of her. She overcame Belgium’s Alison Van Uytvanck in three gruelling sets on Monday, and that might have taken it out of her a bit. These have a 3-3 head-to-head record, and they played out an epic match on grass at Eastbourne last month. Kerber prevailed by winning a final set tiebreak, and that could give her the psychological advantage heading into this quarter-final. She is 2/5 to win it with <a href="https://a.bookmakersreview.com/record/v?c=147&amp;a=e605009c-af6d-4596-a06f-dbd28d37b12f" rel="nofollow">Bet365</a> and you might fancy adding that to an accumulator. Others may be tempted by the 9/13 that <a href="https://a.bookmakersreview.com/record/v?c=132&amp;a=8b268052-553e-4cf2-9174-cf56ab1a531d&amp;f=2" rel="nofollow">Marathon </a><a href="https://a.bookmakersreview.com/record/v?c=132&amp;a=8b268052-553e-4cf2-9174-cf56ab1a531d&amp;f=2" rel="nofollow">Bet</a> is offering on Kasatkina +1.5 in the sets handicap, which would pay off if she were to win or to lose in three sets.</p><p> </p><h2>Serena Williams v Camila Giorgi</h2><p>Williams is the exception to the rule that says outright odds grow more attractive in the quarter-finals at Wimbledon. She is just 1/5 with the likes of <a href="https://a.bookmakersreview.com/record/v?c=147&amp;a=e605009c-af6d-4596-a06f-dbd28d37b12f" rel="nofollow">Bet365</a>, <a href="https://a.bookmakersreview.com/record/v?c=147&amp;a=45a32028-f668-4cc0-b786-c8ac9d4db1f7" rel="nofollow">Ladbrokes</a> and <a href="https://a.bookmakersreview.com/record/v?c=147&amp;a=87e126f9-4229-4364-9464-7fbff2763146" rel="nofollow">William Hill</a> to secure victory and she really should be able to pull it off. The 36-year-old looks back to her best after giving birth last year, and she is in formidable form as we head into the last eight. As long as her body does not let her down, she should cruise to an eighth Wimbledon title. She should make short work of world number 52 Giorgi, who is yet to face anyone of note after securing a comfortable route through this tournament. <a href="https://a.bookmakersreview.com/record/v?c=132&amp;a=8b268052-553e-4cf2-9174-cf56ab1a531d&amp;f=2" rel="nofollow">Marathon </a><a href="https://a.bookmakersreview.com/record/v?c=132&amp;a=8b268052-553e-4cf2-9174-cf56ab1a531d&amp;f=2" rel="nofollow">Bet</a> has 4/6 on Williams to win 2-0 in sets and that looks like a great price.</p>
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