2019 Wimbledon Round 3 Betting Odds, Preview & Expert Picks

Posted by Derrick Harper on July 4, 2019 in

All of the tennis world is focused on the All England Lawn, Tennis, and Croquet Club this week and next, as Wimbledon 2019 takes center stage. As we enter the 3rd round of the most prestigious tournament in tennis, let’s take a look at some of Round 3’s best matchups alongside the latest Tennis Odds.

2019 Wimbledon Round 3 Betting Odds, Preview & Expert Picks

Daniil Medvedev vs. David Goffin

Medvedev, the 11th seed in this tournament, brings his power game to the 3rd round. A winner of five of his last six matches on grass, Medvedev has a very powerful serve. His serve has produced 25 aces thus far in the tournament. He has won six of the seven sets that he has played in. With a win, this would be his second career appearance in the 4th round of Wimbledon.

Goffin, who comes to Wimbledon as the 21st seed, has been playing well as of late. He has won eight of his last ten matches on grass courts. He has won both of his matches in straight sets and has won both with relative ease. Goffin has won 10 of his last 13 and is playing his best tennis ever.

Goffin is the hot player right now. If he can return Medvedev’s powerful serves, he has a great chance of advancing.

Karen Khachanov vs. Roberto Bautista-Agut

The 10th seeded Khachanov has had to work hard in his first two matches. The Russian has already played almost six hours of tennis in the tournament. He has a good serve that can carry him at times. He has won five of his last seven matches on grass and would like to make it six out of eight.

Roberto Bautista-Agut, the 23 seed, has played well in his first two matches. He has served well up to this point, as he has only been broken once in his last five completed sets. Bautista-Agut has also won five of his last seven, so something has to give in this match.

Bautista-Agut will pick and choose his spots and will give Khachanov problems in this one.

Simona Halep vs. Victoria Azarenka

Halep, the 7 seed at Wimbledon, has struggled thus far in the tournament. She has had to fight hard to advance to the 3rd round. At times throughout her career, when things weren’t going well, Halep would fall apart. She hasn’t had any of those moments as of yet.

Prior to her pregnancy, Azarenka was one of the top players in the world. She has yet to regain her pre-pregnancy form, but she is playing better and is showing signs of the old Azarenka. She has 67 wins over top 10 players, so she knows how to knock off the top seeds.

These two have split their last four matches. Halep won their last meeting, a 2017 match at Wimbledon. Azarenka hasn’t defeated Halep since 2012.

With Halep’s struggles and her tendency to fall apart when things aren’t going her way, and Azarenka playing the best that she has since coming back, this could be Azarenka’s 68th win over a top 10 player.