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Ons Jabeur vs Elina Rybakina Odds & Prediction – Wimbledon Quarterfinals

Robert Duff

by Robert Duff in Tennis

Updated Jul 12, 2023 · 9:06 PM PDT

Ons Jabeur is a betting underdog against Elena Rybakina in their Wimbledon women's singles QF
Jul 8, 2023; London, United Kingdom; Ons Jabeur (TUN) celebrates winning her match against Bianca Andreescu (CAN) on day six at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club. Mandatory Credit: Susan Mullane-USA TODAY Sports
  • Elena Rybakina is a -175 favorite over Ons Jabeur in their Wimbledon women’s singles quarterfinal on Wednesday, July 12
  • Rybakina, the #4 seed, beat Jabeur in three sets in last year’s Wimbledon final
  • The two players have split four previous on-court meetings. Read on for our top Jabeur vs Rybakina picks

Elena Rybakina is the defending Wimbledon women’s singles champion. Ons Jabeur has won more matches on grass over the past three years than any other WTA player. Oddsmakers have sided with the defending champion in Wednesday’s Jabeur vs Rybakina odds.

As matchups go, it doesn’t get much more intriguing than this one. Oh, did we mention it’s a rematch of last year’s Wimbledon women’s singles final?

Rybakina won that meeting in three sets and she’s again getting the call to advance beyond her Tunisian opponent. The Kazakh player is set as the -175 favorite in her quarterfinal match against Jabeur.

Ons Jabeur vs Elena Rybakina Odds

Player Spread Moneyline Total
Ons Jabeur (TUN) +2.5 (-115) +135 O 22.5 (-115)
Elena Rybakina (KAZ) -2.5 (-115) -175 U 22.5 (-115)

At +135, Jabeur is given an underdog betting line in the Wimbledon odds. The spread is -2.5 in favor of Rybakina. The over/under on the match total is set at 22.5 games. This match is slated for the morning of Wednesday, July 12, however the order of play has yet to be determined.

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Rybakina is the +290 second betting choice to retain her title in the Wimbledon odds.

Rybakina Wins By Walkover

In her fourth-round match, Rybakina barely had to work up a sweat in order to get past Beatriz Haddad Maia. The latter was forced to retire from the match after just five games due to a back injury.

The world #3 from Kazakhstan was up 4-1 on the 13th-seeded Haddad Maia when her back flared up. Rybakina is now 14-1 in her first 15 matches at Wimbledon, a feat matched only by the legendary Billie Jean King and Maria Sharapova.

This season, Rybakina has won 35 WTA matches. Only Iga Swiatek (41) and Aryna Sabalenka (38) have won more matches.

Through four matches at the All-England Club, Rybakina has won 32 of 33 service games. She has faced just seven break points.

Jabeur Makes Short Work Of Kvitova

World #9 Petra Kvitova took the court against Jabeur for their fourth-round match with two Wimbledon titles on her resume. The Czech player was also riding an eight-match win streak on grass.

That mattered not at all to her Tunisian opponent. Jabeur dispatched Kvitova in a minimal 22 minutes in a 6-0 first-set shutout. She won the second set 6-3.

Jabeur hit 17 winners and won 82% of her first-service points. She converted six of her seven break points.

Meanwhile, Kvitova committed 26 unforced errors and hit only four winners.

Jabeur vs Rybakina Match History

Year Tournament Surface Score Winner
2022 WTA Wimbledon (F) Outdoor Grass 3-6, 6-2, 6-2 Rybakina
2021 WTA Chicago 500 (SF) Outdoor Hard 6-4, 3-2 (retired) Jabeur
2021 WTA Dubai (R32) Outdoor Hard 7-6(8-6), 4-6, 6-2 Jabeur
2019 WTA Wuhan (R32) Outdoor Hard 6-1, 6-7(7-3), 6-2 Rybakina

Jabeur is on a history-making mission. Already, she’s been the first Arab woman to reach the final of a Grand Slam event. She’s still looking to become the first from an Arab nation to earn a Grand Slam title. Last year, Jabeur also reached the final of the US Open.

Jabeur vs Rybakina Head-to-Head

Ons Jabeur
Elena Rybakina
28 (Aug. 27, 1994) Age 24 (June 16, 1999)
Ksar El Hellar, Tunisia Birthplace Moscow, Russia
5-6 Height 6-0
4 Career WTA Singles Titles 5
2 (June, 26, 2022) Career-Best Ranking 3 (June. 11, 2023)
6 Current Ranking 3
$10,022,628 Career Earnings $10,265,398
20-9 2023 Won/Loss Record 35-8
2 WTA Main Draw Head-to-Head Wins 2

Head -to-head, they’ve gone three sets in every match save the one in which Rybakina was forced to retire due to injury. Rybakina is 8-0 in her last eight sets. She’s 23-7 all-time in grass court competition.

In the Wimbledon quarterfinals for the third successive year, world #6 Jabeur is 32-12 in her career on grass.

Jabeur vs Rybakina Prediction

There’s little to choose between these two players when they clash against each other. Jabeur has won six of 11 sets. Rybakina holds a 53-46 edge in games won. Perhaps surprisingly, the 5-foot-6 Tunisian holds a 13-8 edge in aces over her 6-foot Russian opponent.

Both players appear to be right on top of their games. This has the potential to be an epic match, but when push comes to shove, Rybakina is playing just a slight touch better than Jabeur and should win again in three sets for our Jabeur vs Rybakina picks.

Jabeur vs Rybakina Picks:

  • Rybakina to win (-175)
  • Rybakina 2-1 (+300)

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