I don't think there's going to be a huge difference between the sidestand and the centerstand. Look at the contact patch when on the sidestand (the triangle formed by each of the wheels and sidestand) and on the centerstand (both centerstand legs and the front wheel). There's not going to be a huge difference in width, which is what counts with a wind from the side.
Other than leaving the bike in the garage on a windy day and taking alternative transport, there's only two ways that you can prevent this. First is to put the bike into the wind as much as possible, or as close to a wall as possible (wind can't blow straight into a wall - it's going to be deflected by it). Second is to lock the bike to a solid object, using an attachment point as high up the bike as possible (e.g. luggage rack, pillion handholds or even the handlebars somehow, with the least amount of slack in the locking cable/chain.
In your case, you could've put the bike tight against the wall or locked it against that pole. But in both cases you'd go against the design of the parking space so you might have a problem there.
Last edited by BackPacker; 11-05-2019 at 07:49 AM.