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Aryna Sabalenka vs Ons Jabeur: Prediction and Betting Tips

13:00, Jul 06 2021
Aryna Sabalenka vs Ons Jabeur prediction for Tuesday’s Wimbledon quarter-final clash at The All England Club in London. World number four Aryna Sabalenka meets Ons Jabeur ranked 24 in the world in one of the most exciting matchups in the quarter-finals of Wimbledon. Follow along for our free prediction and betting tips.

Aryna Sabalenka to maintain great form in the quarter-finals

It has been a wonderful Wimbledon for Aryna Sabalenka so far as she reached her first-ever quarter-final in the year’s only grass-court Grand Slam tournament. The Belarussian is playing the best tennis of her career and is just a match away from her first Grand Slam semi-final.

Sabalenka has been in great form this year winning two ATP tour titles in Abu Dhabi and Madrid where she beat the world’s number one, Ashley Barty, in the final. She was 2-2 on grass before Wimbledon but four wins in a row in Wimbledon has made the world number four one of the main contenders to reach far in this tournament.

Sabalenka Key Stats

  • Sabalenka has played 22 games on average per match in Wimbledon
  • The number of times Sabalenka’s serve is broken is 2.5 per match
  • The average points won on the first serve by Sabalenka is 64%

Ons Jabeur growing in confidence 

It has been a sensational grass-court season for Ons Jabeur as she became the first Tunisian and Arab woman to reach the quarter-final of Wimbledon. Jabeur won the title in Birmingham as a warm-up for Wimbledon. The world number 24 is improving from match to match as she keeps beating big names in women’s tennis.

After beating the legendary Venus Williams in the second round, Jabeur went on to eliminate former Wimbledon champion Garbine Muguruza in three sets before brushing aside the 2020 French Open champion Igo Swiatek in three sets. Jabeur faces her second top ten opponent in Wimbledon but she seems fearless on the court as her confidence grows after each victory.

Jabeur Key Stats

  • Jabeur has played 22 games on average per match in Wimbledon
  • The number of winners per match hit by Jabeur is 29.3
  • The average points won behind the first serve of Jabeur is 76%

Aryna Sabalenka vs Ons Jabeur Prediction

A lot is expected from this match as both players have shown great fighting spirit and very high standard in their matches. They are entering this match after winning their fourth-round matches in three sets.

Sabalenka is playing very aggressively and has improved her patience on the court and attacking her opponent at the right moment.

Meanwhile, Jabeur has finally shined in a big tournament and she did it in the hardest way after beating a host of top-class players. She has one of the best serves in Women’s tennis and is broken just 1.7 times per match. 

We shall see a very exciting match against two fighters who never give up and like to control the rallies having matured as players immensely in the past year. We think the one who can control her nerves will be the victorious one.

 Aryna Sabalenka vs Ons Jabeur Betting Tips

Over 20 Games 1.63 at Vbet

Jabeur to win at least one set 1.48 at Vbet

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