Jul 3: Calling All Tennis Tipsters

Tennis_Wimbledon

IT should be a rest day at Wimbledon but for the first time since 2004 there is action on the middle Sunday as organisers bid to catch up after weather delays.

Punters are still reeling from Novak Djokovic’s shock exit to Sam Querrey and Andy Murray is now evens favourite from 7-2 to win his third Grand Slam title.

It could be a Roger Federer-Murray final as the Swiss legend is 7-2 second favourite ahead of Miles Raonic, his likely last-four opponent, who is 7-1.

Will Murray now triumph? Let’s get all your Wimbledon thoughts here and remember to check out tips from the likes of big mac and Johnb who tipped Djokovic to lose one round too early.

 

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    nicks 5 months ago

    Backing Murray is buying money, the only person who could have beaten him is out, I will surely be going big in this one, good luck all

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    stewartbiddle 5 months ago

    Am i the only person who thinks murray is beatable

    raonic had it in the bag at queens until a point where he caught the net he dropped serve after that and think that got to him memtally think hes definatly worth backing at 7/1 dont believe he has dropped a set yet!

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      humble tipper 5 months ago

      If they both make it i honestly can’t see roanic beating murray in a grand slam final especially on grass a)murray is the better player b) murray is mentally way stronger than him c) murray knows what it takes to win wimbledon but the ball is still round and 7/1 is a good price

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      michaelc 5 months ago

      Agree that Raonic is a good bet, but I think the lack of experience at the sharp end of a grand slam will eventually count against him. Has to be Murray – obviously he might mess up, but it’s by far the best bet, even at evens. Luckily I managed to get him at 2/1 during the Djoko match

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    craigyboy 5 months ago

    – Lisicki to win 2-0
    Evens
    ***LOST***

    -Gasquet v Ramos-Vinolas
    Over 3.5 sets
    11/10
    ***WIN***

    -Doi to win 2-0
    6/4
    ***WIN***

    Accumulators:
    1)
    Radwanska to win 2-0
    Kerber to win 2-0
    Doi to win
    ***WIN***
    2)
    All over 3.5 sets:
    Rouille v Del Potro
    Gasquet v Ramos-Vinolas
    Kyrgios v Lopez
    ***WIN***

    All the best!

    —————————————–
    Great day yesterday!

    On to today………….

    Not much choice.
    Both the mens matches that haven’t started should go over 3.5 sets so I’ll be on that as a double which pays ver evens. I also fancy Pavlyuchenko to do Baczinsky after she beat her 2-0 back in January.

    (Nap)
    Vessely v Sousa
    Zverev v Berdych
    Both over 3.5 sets

    ————————-

    (NB)
    Pavlyuchenkova to beat Bacsinszky
    2/1

    Good Luck all!

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    Johnb 5 months ago

    Raonic doesn’t have the temperament to win a slam yet and having JM as his coach doesn’t help matters

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      the notorious 5 months ago

      John, JM should have went coach for Kyrgios. Since he first the scene he was wild but seemed to have calmed lately hence his first title win a while. The one thing that sickens me is his treatment from the media seem to add fuel to the fire at every opportunity. Leave the guy alone. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gkJhBDaj5uI

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    punterpounder 5 months ago

    having a £10 bet on

    berdych 4/9

    krygios 2/5

    stephens v kuznetsova under 21.5 games 1/1

    £10 returns £40.44 @willhill

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    big mac 5 months ago

    Fourfold @ 11/2

    Serena Williams to win
    Barbora strycova to win
    Jiri vesely v Joao Sousa over 38.5 games
    Alexander zverev v Tomas berdych over 39.5 games

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    big mac 5 months ago

    Update on outrights

    Women

    Maddison keys 10/1 ew now 5/1

    Keys is in the 4th round where she takes on 5th seed Simona Halep, Halep is a solid player great movement and balance but her lack of power wil leave her vulnerable on grass to keys and I expect her to come through thou she might need 3 sets to do this

    Coco vanderveghe 33/1 ew now 16/1

    Coco has look in great form so far and is currently playing her 3rd round match against Roberta Vinci she is serving for the 1st set she should progress and looking forward to her big challenge will be in the quarter final were she should meet serena Williams

    Men’s

    Feliciano lopez 300/1 ew 150/1

    Lopez is currently 1-1 in sets against bad boy kryigos play was stopped yesterday due to bad light and they resume today, to be honest that was not good for Lopez as he is seeming to take time to warm up in his games he came from 2-0 down in the last set, Lopez is playing well and when his confidence is up he is a match for anyone on grass let’s hope he gets under kryigos skin today and finishes him off good news is if he comes thru he sets up a 4th round match against a so called Andy Murray ( mr f is there a bead of sweat on your brow yet)

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      Mr Fixit 5 months ago

      big mac, no sweat at all. Murray will beat Lopez 3-0 or 3-1 but I believe he’ll be playing Kyrgios.
      Vanderveghe looking good though and she’s going to give you a run at 33-1.

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