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Wimbledon quarter-finals acca: Elena Rybakina now women's favourite

The heat is on in the Wimbledon singles draws as we reach the quarter-finals with plenty of big names remaining, Planet Sport has all the selections that you need for your Wimbledon acca.

Elena Rybakina stands out as the favourite in the women's field at Wimbledon.

Meanwhile, the men's draw looks tighter with the likes of Jannik Sinner, Carlos Alcaraz and Novak Djokovic all still in the hunt.

Here we make our picks for the Wimbledon singles quarter-finals.

 

Wimbledon men's singles quarter-final: Jannik Sinner vs Daniil Medvedev | Pick: Sinner

Wimbledon men's singles quarter-final: Carlos Alcaraz vs Tommy Paul | Pick: Alcaraz

Wimbledon men's singles quarter-final: Alex De Minaur vs Novak Djokovic | Pick: Djokovic

Wimbledon men's singles quarter-final: Lorenzo Musetti vs Taylor Fritz | Pick: Fritz

Wimbledon women's singles quarter-final: Lulu Sun vs Donna Vekic | Pick: Vekic

Wimbledon women's singles quarter-final: Jasmine Paolini vs Emma Navarro | Pick: Navarro

Wimbledon women's singles quarter-final: Elena Rybakina vs Elina Svitolina | Pick: Rybakina

Wimbledon women's singles quarter-final: Jelena Ostapenko vs Barbora Krejcikova | Pick: Ostapenko

 

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Wimbledon men's singles quarter-final: Jannik Sinner vs Daniil Medvedev

The head-to-head record between Jannik Sinner and Daniil Medvedev is quite extraordinary.

Sinner has won five of their matches and Medvedev six but the Italian has won the last five in a row after the Russian raced out to a 6-0 lead.

That means that Sinner can finally bring their rivalry back to level terms if he can win this match.

Sinner has looked incredible on grass this season and is many people's pick to go all the way here.

 

Wimbledon men's singles quarter-final: Carlos Alcaraz vs Tommy Paul

Carlos Alcaraz and Tommy Paul do battle for the fifth time but the first time on grass as they square off for a semi-final berth at Wimbledon.

All of their meetings have come since Alcaraz shot into the top ten in 2022 but Paul has still managed to win twice against the Spaniard.

Paul should be encouraged by those results and will look to take the fight to Alcaraz.

Alcaraz has found his best tennis through this campaign and will take some beating even against a player of Paul's quality.

 

Wimbledon men's singles quarter-final: Alex De Minaur vs Novak Djokovic

Novak Djokovic's recovery from injury has been so remarkable that some claim he was faking the meniscus tear.

However, against someone like Alex de Minaur, his movement will once again be put to the test.

De Minaur kick-started a great year with a victory over Djokovic at the United Cup but then lost to the Serbian in Monte Carlo to slip back behind him in the head-to-head.

Djokovic is still chasing his first title of the year meanwhile De Minaur has appeared in three finals already this season.

 

Wimbledon men's singles quarter-final: Lorenzo Musetti vs Taylor Fritz

Lorenzo Musetti has only beaten Taylor Fritz once in three meetings but this will be a huge match for both men in their push for a place in the top ten.

Fritz will move back into the top ten if he wins this last eight match, while Musetti needs to win the tournament to get as high as 11th.

Fritz has arguably faced better players on his route to the last eight and handled them in a superior way as well and he has spent three fewer hours on court.

Musetti lost to Fritz in straight sets in their only previous meeting at Wimbledon.

 

Wimbledon women's singles quarter-final: Lulu Sun vs Donna Vekic

Donna Vekic and Lulu Sun are set to contest their first-ever singles match as they fight it out for a last-four place.

For Vekic and Sun, their current runs at Wimbledon are their career-best efforts at the All England Club.

Vekic has reached two Grand Slam quarter-finals before but lost at the 2019 US Open and 2023 Australian Open.

The young Kiwi Sun is assured of a massive rankings jump and a new career-high already but could break into the top 50 if she wins this quarter-final.

 

Wimbledon women's singles quarter-final: Jasmine Paolini vs Emma Navarro

As two of the WTA Tour's rising stars Jasmine Paolini and Emma Navarro have met three times in the last year.

The American has come out on top in all three of those and should also have the edge on a quicker grass surface.

Paolini has a WTA 1000 title in her locker thanks to her triumph in Dubai but another Grand Slam semi-final would be something to write home about after her run to the French Open final.

Navarro stunned Coco Gauff in the fourth round and will be high on confidence heading into this one.

 

Wimbledon women's singles quarter-final: Elena Rybakina vs Elina Svitolina

Elena Rybakina squared up her rivalry with Elina Svitolina with a fourth-round win at the French Open last month but needs to be on her toes against the Ukrainian.

Rybakina might be the Wimbledon favourite but she isn't invincible and Svitolina reached the semis here last season.

Both players have dropped just one set on their way to the last eight and they will both have their eyes fixed on the ultimate prize.

Rybakina is out to win her second Grand Slam title while 30-year-old Svitolina would love to break her duck in Majors.

 

Wimbledon women's singles quarter-final: Jelena Ostapenko vs Barbora Krejcikova

This quarter-final sees one-time Slam winners Jelena Ostapenko and Barbora Krejcikova clash for a place in the last four.

Ostapenko leads the head-to-head 5-2 having won the last three matches between the players.

Krejcikova's last win over Ostapenko was also their last Grand Slam meeting but the Czech has endured a season disrupted by injury.

Ostapenko should sense that this Wimbledon is a great chance for her to add to her 2017 French Open win.

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