Wimbledon 2022 Predictions - Top 3 picks to win Wimbledon

20 Jun 2022
Conrad Castleton 20 Jun 2022
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Wimbledon is nearly here and we’ve got the Top 3 picks to win Wimbledon 2022!

Although ranking points might not be in the perspective of the players, the historical significance and prize money that the tournament provides will still be very much in the sights of the top players who are scheduled to play.

The grass tournaments leading up to Wimbledon have been great so far and players will have to start getting used to the grass very soon.

Qualifiers are starting up this week and those wanting to make it through will have to play three tough matches.

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Wimbledon 2022 Predictions – Top 3 Picks

Novak Djokovic - After a shaky clay court season which resulted in one Masters 3000 win in Rome, Djokovic is going to be more than eager to impress.

Djokovic may not necessarily have the best crowd support, but he knows that this tournament is open for his taking above the field.

There is no one even remotely close to his level on this surface, even when considering legends like Rafael Nadal who will be competing this time out as well.

After a dominant 2021 performance, Novak will be itching to defend his title and lift another trophy up for him and his team.

Matteo Berrettini - Winning ATP Queen’s Club 2022, Matteo is one of the more dominant grass players left on the tour. Last Year’s runner up at Wimbledon has a big serve, which is perfect for this surface when combined with his slice and forehand combination , and he even took a set off Novak Djokovic in last year’s final.

He has impressed already in the first few weeks of grass play, and his opponents in the draw will not feel very confident in facing him.

The Italian has the best game to challenge Djokovic in these conditions and he will be once again trying to find his form and reach the final just like last year.

Carlos Alcaraz - Alcaraz suffered a shock defeat at the French Open 2022 in dominating fashion to a very well-tailored Alexander Zverev.

The 19-year-old has taken time off from the game and is looking to be fully fresh for Wimbledon.

His forehand and backhand are very flat and can be bouncy when faced with tough situations.

On grass he won’t be the best player, but his tools have him creating opportunities where most opponents cannot reach.

If Alcaraz can get through the first week, week two will be scary for any of his potential opponents.
Look for the highly touted youngster to make a deep run on his least played surface.

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