Tuesday, 3 July 2012

Wimbledon Tennis Value Punts - Tuesday 3rd July

S Lisicki @ 2.65 to beat A Kerber - Big match between the two top Germna girls on the WTA tour. Kerber has been consistent ever since last years US Open and has built up a big confidence level taking on & beating some of the worlds best. She destroyed Kim Clijsters yesterday. Lisicki is making Wimbledon her fairytale tournament and back from injury again the powerhouse has made it through to the QF taking out Sharapova yesterday. This could be close. Lisicki needs a high 1st serve percentage and to go for her shots, Kerber will play power game as well as we could see some ferocious hitting. H2H its 2-0 to Kerber hence why she is favourite, however Lisicki reached the SF here last year and so will know how it feels, while Kerber is going to unchartered territory on grass. Think the Lisicki is a good price while over 21.5 games @ 1.85 looks good value

P Kvitova @ 2.30 to beat S Williams and over 22.5 games @ 1.85  - I am hoping Kvitova finds form again here. She has the power to deal with Serena, and the American has been struggling to put away opponents in the last few rounds. If Petra is confident she will have a chance here. H2H its 2-0 to Serena and she won 7-6 6-2 in 2010. Since then though Kvitova has won the title and will not go down without a fight. Conditions could well play a part in this match.

A Radwanska v M Kirlenko over 20.5 games @ 1.85 - Neither girl has really been tested as yet, this could well spell trouble for Aga. Kirilenko can play on grass and will be hurt by the power of Radwanska, she will probably attack more. Radwanska need to keep consistent & let Maria make the errors. I can see a three setter here, hopefully with a Radwanska win

V Azarenka -4.5 games to beat T Paszek @ 1.80 - I ma hoping Paszek can pull this out the bag or at least put up a fight. But ultimately Aarenka surely has too much power. But this is WTA tennis so who knows. Could be straight forward or could be a thriller

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