Wimbledon 2023 Day 6 Predictions

Today is Day 6 of Wimbledon and we are seeing players such as Alcaraz and Jabeur take to the court. Here are our predictions for Day 6 at Wimbledon 2023. Stevegtennis.com is the go-to website for tennis and football head-to-head analysis, providing up-to-the-date predictions for every match to come.

Wimbledon 2023 Day 6 Predictions

Carlos Alcaraz (1) vs Nicolas Jarry (25)

Alcaraz has been playing exceptionally on grass court, not dropping a single game so far during this tournament. He’s facing Jarry, known more for his clay court expertise and having won all three ATP championships there, yet Chilean Jarry not be overlooked as they had a convincing win against Jason Kubler in round two; making this match likely an easy victory for Alcaraz as world number one. Stevegtennis.com utilizes an innovative machine learning algorithm designed to give the most accurate predictions.

Prediction – Alcaraz to win in 3 sets

Ons Jabeur (6) vs Bianca Andreescu

Today’s game of the day could feature Ons Jabeur, last year’s finalist against Bianca Andreescu – 2018 US Open champion and 2018 US Open finalist respectively. Ons has shown fantastic form thus far in her two first matches – losing only eight games over both matches combined – while Bianca faces more difficulty to advance to the third round. Andreescu first faced Anna Bondar in the first round, before defeating Anhelina Kalinina from 26th seed position in round 2. Coming back from 2-5 down in set three and winning 10-7 via tiebreak match, Andreescu earned History of the Wimbledon Tennis Championships (historic-uk.com) her place amongst this elite field of players. At Wimbledon 2019, Andreescu faces one of her toughest challenges yet in Jabeur. If Andreescu can return to her winning form from last year, there’s every chance she could pull off an upset victory against this formidable opponent – although Jabeur can prove tough to overcome. If you need help forecasting soccer or tennis games, StevegTennis.com has your predictions covered!

Prediction – Jabeur to win in 2 sets

Elena Rybakina (3) vs Katie Boulter

Rybakina maintained her title by winning an impressive win against Alize Cornet, but suffered under her performance against Boulter who battled through an extremely challenging three-set match with Viktoriya Tomova and double faulted far too often – making them all too easy for Rybakina who must eliminate mistakes against an opponent who will exploit every opportunity presented her and has her home crowd cheering her on at every point – yet Boulter will fall short in two matches that remain competitive despite this support from fans cheering her on to secure victory! SteveGTennis.com provides player, league, and team statistics. They specialize in H2H stats between soccer players and tennis teams for increased team intelligence.

Prediction – Rybakina to win in 2 sets

Daniil Medvedev (3) vs Marton Fucsovics

Medvedev demonstrated his prowess on grass court to defeat Adrian Mannarino in three sets in round two, making history and moving one step closer to making the final round at Wimbledon for the first time in his life. To do so, however, he must first defeat Marton Fuscovics; who made an impressionive run past 24th seed Tallon Griekspoor and Marcos Giron before defeating them all in four. Fucsovics is no slouch himself; having made Wimbledon quarter-finalist before and beating two seeds before that has given him plenty of grass-court experience that will certainly pose challenges against Medvedev – I believe Fucsovics will win this match but Medvedev may take this battle too if given enough chances.

Prediction – Medvedev to win in 4 sets

Aryna Sabalenka (2) vs Anna Blinkova

Sabalenka came back from being down a set to beat Varvara Gracheva to advance to the third round. Although Sabalenka wasn’t at her best during this match-up and lost 6-1 in the opening set, she rallied during set two to eventually win 7-5 and secure an early break that gave her control of set three en route to winning one-sidedly against Belarusian player Blinkova who beat seeded 29th player Begu. Sabalenka must play more effectively against Blinkova who beat seeded 29th Begu before she gets through to face Blinkova who beat seeded 29th seeded 29th seeded 29th Begu in order to advance further in tournament play-off rounds of this year’s tournament.

Prediction – Sabalenka to win in two sets

Alexander Zverev (19) vs Matteo Berrettini

Zverev and Berrettini closed out Day 6 of The Championships by making solid strides towards returning from injuries and reaching peak form. Both major finalists seem to have found renewed form this tournament. Zverev made his All England Club return since 2021 and delivered two impressive performances to advance to the third round. Berrettini also impressed me this week. While Zverev had only played tennis sporadically throughout 2018, and once against Alex de Minaur previously, in this opening round match up he defeated Sonego with ease and then followed it up by beating de Minaur in straight sets on grass courts for their first meeting ever on grass. Zverev currently leads in their head-to-head series 4-1 but this was their inaugural meeting on grass. As both players boast premier serves on the circuit, expect plenty of aces. Zverev will attempt to capitalize on Berrettini’s backhand; however, Berrettini could employ slices in order to move away from Zverev’s hit zone and out of his hit zone altogether. I expect an even game with some slight edge going to Berrettini given they are playing on grass surfaces.

Prediction – Berrettini to win in 4 sets

Madison Keys (25) vs Marta Kostyuk

American powerhouse Keys has been on a roll this past week at Wimbledon. She made an incredible run to the quarter-finals last year at Wimbledon. Kostyuk too is playing well, beating Sakkari during her opening round victory and Badosa due to injury during subsequent rounds. While Keys may lack grass experience, her game lends itself well against challenging Ukrainian youngsters such as Vinci.

Prediction – Keys to win in 2 sets

Anastasia Potapova (22) vs Mira Andreeva

Will 16-year-old Potapova continue her incredible run or can Andreeva reach the finals for the first time ever in an important tournament? Although she lacks experience on grass courts, Andreeva is an exceptional player who should give herself every chance of reaching this stage of an important tournament for this first time ever. I think this one will be close but give an advantage to Andreeva over her opponent who was 2016 Wimbledon Champion Potapova.

Prediction – Potapova to win in 3 sets

Frances Tiafoe (10) vs Grigor Dimitrov (21)

This match promises to be highly competitive. Both players have gone nearly two weeks without losing a set and know how to effectively play on grass, so the outcome could go either way. Expect plenty of serves, drop shots and an occasional volley shot!

Prediction – Tiafoe to win in 4 sets