Thursday, 28 June 2012

Wimbledon Tennis Punts - Thursday 28th June

The weather could reach 29 degrees today so expect a few tired players out there at SW19

Malisse v Simon - Over 39.5 games @ 1.90 and over 3.5 sets @ 1.40 look nice odds. I fancy Malisse in this match up to give a very tough fight.

Nieminen v B Baker over 3.5 sets @ 1.45 - Can't see either player winning in straight sets

A Dolgopolov @ 1.50 to beat B Paire - The Ukranian should be too good for the improving Paire.

Zemlja v Verdasco over 36.5 games @ 1.90 - I can see this being quite a tussle on the grass.

G Dimitrov @ 1.55 to beat M Baghdatis - I think the Bulgarian is going to be too consistent here for Baghdatis. Could well go 4 or 5 sets though, Marcos if he can form can play well on these courts as he has done in the past

J Zheng @ 1.83 to beat A Wozniak - Interesting match up. Zheng was down and out against another Canadian Dubois in the last round but came back strong. Wozniak had a god win over Dushivina. Alex also has a 2-0 H2H over Zheng, one of which was at the French Open this year and one in 2009 on grass. I still think Zheng has fond memories of Wimbledon and can mix it up to defeat Wozniak. Could be very close though

Erakovic @ 2.62 to beat Vinci - This is a big possility. Do not underestimate the Kiwi on grass. Vinci though likes the surface too so over 21.5 games @ 1.90 and over 2.5 sets @ 2.40 look attractive also

Bondarenko is she gets good 1st serve % could cause Ivanovic a few problems. I think over 20.5 games @ 1.90 is decent. They have met 2 times before with Bondarenko winning both in 3 sets, but she is not the same player. Will depend on her form

Marray & Nielsen @ 3.25 to beat Lopez/Granollers - On clay this would not be a contest, but on grass this could be a lot closer than many think.

Sa/Soares @ 3.4 to beat Benneteau/Mahut - Another big odds for 2 very decent doubles players. Sa can especially play well on grass....

Chan & Chan @ 3.3 could cause Martinez/Llagostera-Vives a few problems but the Spaniards experience should pull them through

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