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Novak Djokovic vs. Jannik Sinner Wimbledon Odds, Preview Prediction (July 5)

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Simon Stacpoole/Getty. Pictured: Jannik Sinner.

  • Novak Djokovic takes on Jannik Sinner in a quarterfinal Wimbledon match.
  • Luke Holmberg breaks down the value in the clash.
  • Read on to see how he's betting the first men's QF of the day.

Djokovic vs. Sinner Odds

Djokovic Odds-720
Sinner Odds+500
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Jannik Sinner is proving he can find success on grass courts, earning his biggest win of the tournament while handling the electric play of Carlos Alcaraz in the fourth round.

Meanwhile, Novak Djokovic is once again showing us just how difficult he is to play on the surface. Despite a brief period of a dip in level, Djokovic bounced back to finish off Tim van Rijthoven in dominant fashion.

Can Sinner test the legendary Djokovic at a tournament where he holds a 25-match winning streak?

Let’s find out.

Sinner Looking Comfortable And Healthy

There were plenty of doubts about Sinner entering Wimbledon, and rightfully so.

In a year where Sinner has battled a variety of injuries, it seemed as though every time he made a run at a tournament, he would either be forced to withdraw or perform at a level much below his best.

After a remarkable start to his match in the fourth round at the French Open, Sinner retired due to a knee injury, something that has caused him problems well beyond that day.

He then proceeded to take a few weeks off to heal up completely which led him to playing just one ATP match before Wimbledon.

Sinner had never won a main draw match on grass prior to Wimbledon. Although it was in limited outings, Sinner managed to crack the top 10 without a win on grass courts. That’s because the turf season is so short.

As Sinner surpassed the fourth round at the Championships, he has completely put these doubts to rest.

In a match of high quality against the tennis world’s hottest young talent, Sinner consistently found ways to beat every type of point Alcaraz threw his way.

With an increase in level awaiting him on Tuesday, will he be able to find his way through once again?

Djokovic Asserting His Dominance

Although van Rijthoven is not ranked as high as the usual difficult opponent, he was one of the hottest players in tennis.

Previously holding an eight-match winning streak with wins over a long list of top players including Taylor Fritz, Felix Auger-Aliassime and Daniil Medvedev.

After van Rijthoven lost serve only three times in his first three matches, Djokovic managed to produce as astonishing 17 break points across four sets while breaking him six times.

His accolades at this tournament go on forever as he rarely shows any signs of weakness at Wimbledon. Outside of a retirement in 2017, Djokovic holds a 10-1 record in the quarterfinals here.

Betting Value

This will be a match full of magnificent rallies as both players are phenomenal off the ground. Highlighted by a couple of the best backhands in the world, plenty of heavy hitting will be present.

Although it took nearly flawless play from both Kwon and van Rijthoven, they both found an excellent level and grabbed a set off Djokovic. Sinner is well capable of finding that level.

He is one of the cleanest ball strikers on tour, blowing opponents off the court with heavy and fast groundstrokes. Even though it may not be his surface of choice and the odds of an upset are quite unlikely, I believe Sinner is in condition to push Djokovic beyond a straight sets victory

Pick: Sinner +2.5 Sets (+105 via FanDuel)

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