The Wolf would like to pay tribute to Richard Gasquet for his performance yesterday. He played two matches, against two of the biggest servers on tour, and won both encounters in straight sets. The Wolf says we will continue to back him and he rates the Frenchman as the bet of the day!
Novak Djokovic v Daniil Medvedev
Youngster Daniil Medevedev has really made a name for himself in recent weeks. He has beaten Haase and Kokkinakis twice along with Ram, Mahut, Querrey and Johnson – all very handy grass court players. He’s not the greatest mover but you hardly need to be on grass. He serves big and looks to attack very early in the rallies. Solid off both wings he also looks to close into the net – very important in this match. Djokovic made a fast start against Young in the quarters but the errors did begin to flow in the second and the American was able to trouble Novak by pushing him wide on both wings. Medvedev hits a pretty flat ball but will look to attack up the lines in the hope of getting similar results. Medvedev took a set off Novak when they met in a Davis Cup tie earlier in the year and The Wolf says he is more than capable of doing the same.
Best Bet: Over 21.5 games ($1.80)
Value: Both Players Win a Set – YES ($3.00)
Richard Gasquet v Gael Monfils
Gasquet came out on top as an underdog when they met a week ago in Halle and the market has correctly flipped. One thing that hasn’t changed is the fact that The Wolf is chips in on Gasquet! He has won the last 3 meetings between them (not including his retirement at the French) and this is a surface that suit his game far more than his compatriot. Gasquet beat Anderson and Isner in back to back matches yesterday without dropping serve and he managed to break down two of the biggest servers on the tour on grass! He earned a break in each of the 4 sets he played yesterday and if he can return at that level against Monfils it will be curtains!!!
Best Bet: Gasquet WIN ($1.80)
Value: Sets Gasquet 2-0 ($2.80)
Marcos Baghdatis v Yuichi Sugita
The Wolf said that Baghdatis would struggle against Ramanathan and he sure did. He needed a 3rd set breaker to get though and will face an even tougher task against Sugita. The man from Japan has climbed into the top 100 and is coming off a dominant 6-3 6-0 win. The Wolf says his ability to get into his opponents service games holds the key, and he will be the one who dominates any baseline exchanges. There have been flaws in the former Australian Open finalists game and The Wolf has Sugita taking full advantage.
Best Bet: Sugita WIN ($1.62)
Value: 1st Set Score After 4 Games Sugita 3-1 ($3.90)
Adrian Mannarino v Andreas Seppi
Both men have exceeded The Wolf’s expectations this week. This is Mannarino’s best chance at claiming his maiden ATP title of his career while for Seppi it is a change at making a final for the first time in over 2 years. Seppi leads the H2H 3-2 but they have split the two meetings on grass – both last year. Most interestingly, all 5 of their clashes have been decided in straight sets and they have never gone beyond 10 games in a single set. It makes the Unders a mouthwatering proposition. Seppi in straight.
Best Bet: Seppi WIN ($1.80)
Value: Sets Seppi 2-0 ($2.80)
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