We are nearing the end of Wimbledon 2023. Here are our Wimbledon 2023 Day 11 Predictions. Who do you think will reach the final?
Wimbledon 2023 Day 11 Predictions
My Day 10 Predictions Summary
Jabeur to beat Rybakina in 3 sets
Alcaraz to beat Rune in 4 sets
Sabalenka to beat Keys in 2 sets
Medvedev to beat Eubanks in 4 sets
Day 10 Results
Jabeur beat Swiatek in 3 sets – 2 points
Alcaraz beat Rune in 3 sets – 1 point
Sabalenka beat Keys in 2 sets – 2 points
Medvedev beat Eubanks in 5 sets – 1 point
At the start of the women’s tournament, 128 players were fighting it out for a chance to become Wimbledon champions. Only 4 players remain. Elina Svitolina, Marketa Vondrousova, Aryna Sabalenka and Ons Jabeur.
Let’s preview the women’s semi-finals. Are you interested in placing a bet, check out our tennis betting information.
Day 11 Predictions – Women’s semi-finals preview
Elina Svitolina vs Marketa Vondrousova
Elina Svitolina is having the tournament of her career. The Ukrainian continues her dream run having only returned to the tour in April after the birth of her child. On her way to the semi-final, Svitolina has fought past Venus Williams, Elise Mertens, Sofia Kenin, Victoria Azarenka and Iga Swiatek. Four out of those five players are major champions. Beating them back-to-back is no easy feat. In the quarter-final, the Ukrainian’s new and improved game was on display against the world number 1 Swiatek. Svitolina seems to be hitting the ball with a lot more venom. In her win over Swiatek, she hit an impressive 25 winners. She will have to continue this against the tricky left-hander Marketa Vondrousova. Before this fortnight, Vondrousova had only ever won one match at the All England Club in four appearances. Now she’s won five on the trot to reach her first major semi-final since the 2019 French Open. Vondrousova’s down-the-line forehand and backhand drop shots have been deadly all tournament, so she will look to use these weapons to take time away from Svitolina. As good as the Czech’s run has been, it feels like this is Svitolina’s time to reach her first-ever major final. The crowd will be behind the Ukrainian, which will help her get over the finish line.
Prediction – Svitolina to win in 2 sets
Aryna Sabalenka (2) vs Ons Jabeur (6)
In the second week of the tournament, Sabalenka has looked unbeatable. The world number 2 has been serving brilliantly and striking the ball perfectly. Her quarter-final opponent Madison Keys didn’t play a poor match. She was just outplayed by the Belarusian. This season, Sabalenka seems to have developed an aura of confidence. She’s not only improved her serve, but she’s hitting with more precision and confidence. If there’s one player who could cause Sabalenka problems on the grass, it’s probably her opponent. Ons was on fire in her three-set win over defending champion Elena Rybakina, avenging last year’s final loss. Jabeur used her tennis IQ, anticipating the Rybakina forehand while keeping the ball low and out of the Kazakh’s hitting zone. Ons’ down-the-line backhand worked a treat, wrong-footing Rybakina multiple times. Rybakina is a good warm-up match for Ons coming into this semi-final. Expect Jabeur to use the same tactics. It will be a closely contested match, but I give the Belarusian the slight edge. Sabalenka was my favourite to win the tournament from day one, so I’m sticking with my pick.
Prediction – Sabalenka to win in 2 sets