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Rybakina To Win Outright
Wimbledon tennis singles competition has featured eight different winners over time, making picking an outright champion difficult for even the boldest bettors. Iga Swiatek heads into her All England Lawn Club debut with big hopes after she claimed four Grand Slam titles by 22 years old but she has struggled on grass which proved challenging over recent years; due to this she didn’t manage to pass through to round 4 which led us searching for better value outside.
There was no research involved as last year’s champion Elena Rybakina shot straight to the top as joint second favourite for this year’s race at 4/1 odds. While not an enormous value proposition, her attributes make her an effective grass court athlete; tall and agile with top-of-the-line service game and powerful groundstrokes she may rely on as she stays close to baseline; boasts top of line service game. With last year’s incredible season behind her she possesses all of these attributes to win again; though preparations haven’t gone quite well since she pulled out of warm-up match at Eastbourne earlier. But other impressive players on this surface may overshadow her talents in 2016;
As becoming the first player since Serena Williams in 2016 to become Wimbledon 2023 | Latest news | LTA should give an added boost of energy for Serena, she begins her tournament against Shelby Rogers – an opponent she has lost twice against thus far – though not likely facing off against any leading contenders until at least quarter finals when Ons Jabeur may appear as her final opponent of 2016.
Rune To Win And Each Way
At 33/1, Holger Rune is worth taking a chance on. His pre-tournament value makes his odds worth betting on as part of an extremely talented next generation of players. One of four-time ATP Tour Champions at only 20 years old, Rune became one of youngest Masters 1000 winners after defeating Wimbledon favorite Novak Djokovic at Rome Masters and going on to post his most impressive grand slam victory at Roland-Garros where he advanced through to quarterfinals – an experience unlike anything in previous tournament history!
Rune will gain more tournament knowledge as his athleticism and incredible volleying ability make him a difficult foe to beat. Rune started the grass season off well at Queens this week with an outstanding semi-finals performance on this particular surface; unfortunately for him though, top seed Carlos Alcaraz appears likely to be his finals opponent; although George Loffhagen may allow Rune into competition this year by giving a British wildcards entry pass in round one.
Wimbledon Day 2 Tips
Sonego To Win
2021 has a first-round matchup all Italians as Wimbledon winner Matteo Berrettini looks to regain his form against Lorenzo Sonego, whom many expect will help. Berrettini remains hard to dismiss on court but his recent performance have been limited since resigning Monte Carlo in April and only returning to grass twice since then – losing both times to Sonego he won three games total in two sets against Sonego. These facts alone should convince us of Sonego’s chances and suffer an exhausting first round loss against another former winner in Sonego!
Rogers Vs Rybakina: Over 19.5 Games
On Centre Court, Elena Rybakina returns as champion from last year’s tournament to defend her crown against 49th-ranked American Shelby Rogers in her inaugural matchback of 2018. Rybakina made our initial open Wimbledon picks, yet is heading into London after experiencing a tough few weeks of training due to contracting a virus which forced her to miss this year’s French Open last month. Reigning grass season champion, she competed twice in Berlin to start the year off, eventually falling short against Donna Vekic but reports indicate she is healthy and ready to defend her crown at Wimbledon. Shelby Rogers will likely provide stiff opposition again; last year they lost to each other at this event; Shelby Rogers entering Wimbledon with four consecutive losses is an unfamiliar opponent; we decided against picking any specific winner but rather stay neutral because this over/under game had an unusually small spread compared to similar contests between these players.
Maria To Win
In our final section, we highlight one of Wimbledon’s greatest surprises of 2016, when Tatjana Maria made it all the way to the quarterfinals despite entering her senior years on grass courts. She appears to have found her most effective form as she approaches retirement. Maria recently reached the semifinals of an Italian Challenger event in June and surprised most favored as well as world number 1 Iga Swiatak into a third set win in Germany – sorana Cirstea beat her. Cirstea currently struggles to find form having only won once out of six matches recently while her loss in second set against Maria was further evidence that this German should opt for Maria as her opponent.