Wimbledon 2023: Semi-final betting


Wimbledon semi-final betting tips from Best of Bets, as the tournament reaches its denouement.

Here are the men’s and women’s semi-final lineups and what you can expect…


Women’s semi-finals


Elina Svitolina v Marketa Vondrousova

As two unfancied players to reach the last four, who would bet against one of Elina Svitolina or Marketa Vondrousova to go all the way?

Both remain 5/1 to win the whole thing, however, the bookies are still unsure.

Svitolina has been a revelation since entering The Championships as a wildcard and the Ukrainian underdog continues to defy the odds.

Having reached the semi-finals nine months after giving birth and with the support of a nation and SW19 behind her, this has been and really could become a phenomenal achievement.

As Svitolina has herself described, a “crazy” experience.

Marketa Vondrousova, is 4/5 favourite to claim a final spot and though the Czech has little tournament pedigree, the 24-year-old will look to follow in the footsteps of Navratilova, Kvitova and Novotna.

Our tip: Svitolina to win (6/5)

Ons Jabeur v Aryna Sabalenka

The bookies believe the outright winner of the women’s singles will come from this match.

Ons Jabeur is 5/2 to take the title, while number two seed Aryna Sabalenka is marginally shorter at 6/4.

After a scintillating quarter between Jabeur and the deposed champion, Elena Rybakina, this match should be of equal if not higher quality.

Both ladies have been at the sharp end of the Slams.


Whilst Jabeur was last year’s beaten finalist – exacting revenge on Wednesday – Sabalenka is reigning Australian Open champion.

The Belarusian however, lost her only previous Wimbledon semi in 2021.

Jabeur has become a Centre Court crowd favourite and though a tall task opposing a dominant Sabalenka, the Tunisian could upset the odds in this one.

Our tip: Jabeur to win (7/5)


Men’s semi-finals


Carlos Alcaraz v Daniil Medvedev

In the men’s last four the big question, as usual, is who can stop Novak Djokovic?

Carlos Alcaraz still looks by far the best shot.

Ruthlessly dispatching Holger Rune in the last eight, the Spaniard should be far fresher than his opponent Daniil Medvedev, who came through a gruelling five-setter with Chris Eubanks.

Some could argue Alcaraz is unproven on grass – this is only his third ever Wimbledon and a first semi-final – but his all-round game to beat anyone is there.

Medvedev should not be overlooked though.

The Russian has the service game to succeed on grass and also the greater experience to play the long game against his younger rival here.

Our tip: Alcaraz to win 7/17


Novak Djokovic v Jannik Sinner


“Everyone wants to beat me, they want a win… but that aint happening.”


Djokovic’s words are of a true champion.

The Serb may not carry the popularity of a Roger Federer or Bjorn Borg on these Wimbledon courts, but he doesn’t care. Djokovic is here to win – and he normally does.

Can Jannik Sinner stop the winning streak going to a 34th match?


At 4/1 the Italian’s odds suggest not, but Sinner is certainly no mug.

Djokovic is now an incredible 3/5 for an eighth title.

On the face of it, there is little value in betting on the seven-time champion; but you’d be a fool to bet against him.

To quote Agent Smith from The Matrix, Djokovic is the sound of inevitability.

Our tip: Djokovic to win (2/11)

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