Last Updated on July 15, 2023 12:42 am by Erwin Noguera
We are reaching the end as we wait for the Finals on most of the brackets for Wimbledon 2023.
We do have to mention “Most” of the brackets, but not all of them, as the Mixed Doubles finished their bracket on Thursday, and the clash between M. Pavik + L. Kichenok vs. Y. Xu + J. Vliegen ended up with the Croatia and Ukraine representatives getting the victory and crowning themselves.
As for the rest of the brackets, the Women’s Singles and Men’s Doubles Finals will take place on Saturday. Meanwhile, the Women’s Doubles and Men’s Singles Final will be the Sunday highlight.
We are about to break down what is coming up next in each of the Brackets:
Saturday, July 15th, and Sunday, July 16th
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Wimbledon 2023 Finals: Men’s Singles
Carlos Alcaraz (+144) vs. Novak Djokovic (-202)
Alcaraz was the favorite the last time these two faced each other, however, the bookmarkers didn’t commit the mistake of going against the Serbian powerhouse in a final again. At this stage, and with the likes of Federer and Nadal pretty much out of the picture, betting against Novak in a duel for the trophy is like betting against Real Madrid in the same circumstances: not a good idea.
We are expecting Novak Djokovic to get another victory over his younger foe and win Wimbledon this Sunday.
Wimbledon 2023 Finals: Women’s Singles
Marketa Vondrousova +164 vs. Ons Jabeur -214
The Czech has had Jabeur’s number recently, and her serves could cause Jabeur problems aplenty.
Expect Vondrousova to continue her winning run over the Tunisian in 2023 and claim her first Grand Slam title in a hard-fought clash.
Wimbledon 2023 Finals: Men’s Doubles
Wesley Koolhof & Neal Skupski ( -173 ) vs. Marcel Granollers & Horacio Zeballos ( +135 )
For this clash, both the teams have been able to showcase their skillset on their way to the Finals, but due to the dominance, they have shown on their path. We are expecting the Spain and Argentina representatives to pull an offset and become the winners.
Wimbledon 2023 Finals: Women’s Doubles
Storm Hunter & Elise Mertens ( -155 ) vs. Su Wei Hsieh & Barbora Strycova ( +122 )
On this clash, we are siding with the Australia/Belgium combo, as they have been working their way to the top in impressive fashion, and dominating every single match they played on their way.
They shouldn’t underestimate their opponents, but we believe they will continue their run and achieve victory.