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Tennis | Wednesday, July 10, 2024 8:16 AM (Revised at: Wednesday, July 10, 2024 8:17 AM)

Elena Rybakina vs Elina Svitolina Prediction, Picks, Odds, H2H, Stats - 7/10/24

Elena Rybakina vs Elina Svitolina Prediction, Picks, Odds, H2H, Stats - 7/10/24
ZUMA Press, Inc. / Alamy Stock Photo: Elena Rybakina (KAZ) serve during the The Championships Wimbledon

Elena Rybakina and Elina Svitolina clash in the quarterfinal at Wimbledon on Wednesday in London, and they have both played exceptionally well in the grass Major with a spot in the semis on the line.

Centre Court at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club will be packed and full of anticipation, as the favorite to win the trophy takes the stage. Rybakina now finds herself in front of the pack to hoist the Major hardware but this tourney has been filled with surprises and upsets.

At -330 to win this match and with odds at +120 to win the Wimbledon trophy, Rybakina will face a familiar face on tour as she and Svitolina are no strangers to each other. 

EJ Garr’s Elena Rybakina vs Elina Svitolina prediction is full of value at +160 and you can find his best bet for this match below.

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Elena Rybakina vs Elina Svitolina Prediction: We’re Going the Distance!

  • Prediction: Match Total Over 2.5 Sets
  • Best Odds: +160
  • Bookmaker: Pinnacle
  • Stakes: 3/10

Odds updated at 7:00 am on July 10, 2024. 

You read that right! It’s time to get all +160 on you now because I am not pleased with the last two days of results. I need to step it up and get us back on track so I will do it with my go-to prop expecting a three-set thriller to take place in this last quarterfinal of the day.

Elena Rybakina now has to deal with the pressure of leading the futures board to win the Wimbledon trophy, and with that comes expectation! With the top-3 seeds all eliminated early, Rybakina carries the 4-seed into the quarters and is the highest-ranked player left in the main draw.

These two ladies are facing off for the fifth time in four years, as familiarity can level the playing field when you know the strengths and weaknesses of your opponent.

As it stands, I can’t find much weakness in either of these ladies’ games right now, and I hope they give us a smashing three-set thriller that is worth watching. 

Svitolina dropped one set to Magda Linette in the first round, and that has been the only setback for the Ukrainian national in this entire event. Elina has proven she can win big matches on a big stage, although her success in Majors has been an issue for her career.

Despite holding 20 tournament trophies Svitolina has never reached a Major final, and all that stands in her way from a Wimbledon semis appearance is the last player ranked inside the top 10!

I am not missing a shot of this match, and I hope they give us an effort that goes the distance to keep the Centre Court crowd riled up. At +160, the Over 2.5 Sets prop hits the board!   


Rybakina was in full control of the match against Kalinskaya before the Russian withdrew in the fourth round, 6 – 3, 3 – 0. 

Elena has only dropped one set at Wimbledon to Laura Siegemund in the second round, and she has taken every other set in this tournament losing no less than 3 games.

Since 2019, Rybakina is 32 – 10 on the grass, and 2024 has seen the Kazakhstan native put up an impressive 39 – 7 record.


Svitolina was busy being a mom in 2022 and her ranking dropped down to 240th in the world. It was the first time Elina had been outside the top 15 since 2016 but the ascent up the rankings has her back at 21st in the world.

Svitolina’s confidence took a big hit after the French Open loss to Rybakina, as she lost back-to-back battles with Carolina Wozniacki before entering Wimbledon. The first loss was just an exhibition match in Denmark and then Wozniacki beat her again at Bad Homburg to kick off the grass season.

Elina dropped a set to Magda Linette in the first round but impressive wins over Ons Jabeur and Xinyu Wang have helped the Ukrainian regain her confidence to gear up for another long battle with Rybakina today.


Rybakina and Svitolina have met four times on the WTA Tour and the record is level at 2 – 2.

Their first meeting was in 2020 on the clay of Strasbourg, and Svitolina earned a three-set win taking the first and third frames.

In 2021 they met on the grass at Eastbourne and Rybakina returned the favor with a straight-set victory before their encounter at the Olympics. A month after the Eastbourne clash, Svitolina earned another 3-set victory representing Ukraine which landed her the bronze medal. That was the first medal ever won by a Ukrainian at the Olympic Games.

The most recent meeting between them happened a month ago in Paris at the second Major of the campaign. Rybakina won the match in straight sets en route to a quarterfinal appearance that ended with the defeat to eventual finalist Jasmine Paolini.


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