Play came to an end early on Day 3 with The Wolf’s 5 chipper well on it’s way to saluting. Donaldson is up a break in the 4th set against Tsitsipas and a deciding set will ensure that the Overs gets up! There will be no shortage of action on Day 4 with several matches to be completed to go with Dkjokovic, Nadal and a handful of Aussies.
Men’s Wimbledon Feature Previews
Nick Kyrgios v Robin Haase The Overs in Kyrgios’ opening match was a 5 chip special and The Wolf is rolling out all 5 chips for the same bet! How the total is not set higher is beyond all belief! It took him 4 sets to generate a single break of serve against Istomin and both he and Haase will be dominant on serve. Kyrgios thundered down 42 aces and was never broken. The Wolf cannot see Kyrgios making inroads on the Haase serve either, especially with the Dutchman showing a consistent initiative to move to the net. The Overs is Kyrgios matches with be 5 chips until they start setting the total to Over 40+ games. Best Bet: Over 36.5 games ($1.85)
Alex De Minaur v Pierre-Hugues HerbertAussie fans may not have any nails left after this one as we could be going the distance. De Minaur was very impressive in his win over French Open semi finalist Cecchincato. He took the ball early, played up the lines from both wings and made the most of his good shots by closing in on the net. He plays the ideal brand of grass court tennis but handling the Herbert serve holds the key. Herbert beat an in-form Mischa Zverev in straights sets! He also generated 6 breaks of serve against a very effective serve and volley opponent. The Wolf says the fight and determination of the young Aussie will get him over the line. Best Bet: De Minaur WIN ($1.73)
Juan Martin Del Potro v Feliciano Lopez Overs alert!!! Almost half of the sets contested by the pair in their 7 meetings have been decided by tiebreakers. If that isn’t enough… there has been nothing between them with Lopez winning 3 of the 7 meetings. They are yet to meet on grass and The Wolf says there is NO WAY that this one ends in straight sets. The Wolf isn’t one to roll out all 5 chips more than once per day but this one is very close. Get on! Best Bet: Over 41.5 games ($1.85)
Women’s Wimbledon Feature Previews
Daria Gavrilova v Samantha StosurThis will be the 6th meeting between the two Aussies, and thus far it has been the surface which has determined the outcome. Stosur has won all three meetings on clay with Gavrilova taking out the two matches on hard courts. The faster the surface, the better it is for Gavrilova. Stosur has never done well at SW19 and The Wolf says to have a real good crack at Gavrilova. Best Bet: Gavrilova +0.5 ($1.91)
Ashleigh Barty v Eugenie Bouchard Bouchard has had her struggles in recent years but The Wolf says there are signs that she has turned a new leaf. She has shown a renewed interest under her new coach with ‘discipline’ their number one focus. It takes more than just talent to win bagel sets on tour and her opening set of the tournament was special. Barty continues to climb the rankings and grass suits her game but she will have to be at her best. Their only meeting came last year with Barty winning a 3 set thriller. Bouchard is much improved since then making her a genuine chance to post an upset win. Best Bet: Bouchard +4.5 ($1.91)