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Wimbledon Tips & Previews, Monday 5th July

Our experts break down the best tips and value from Wimbledon.

Wimbledon heads into its second and final week as the action heats up.

The BetDeluxe team has gone through the best games tonight and through the early hours of Tuesday morning to find the best bets.

Dennis Shapovalov vs. Roberto Bautista Agut

5th July 9:00pm

A cracker of fourth round match is set from 9:00pm on Court Three when number eight seed Robert Bautista Agut takes on number ten seed Denis Shapovalov.

Bautista has had a mixed time of it through his first three rounds with a grinding four-set win over John Millman, an epic five-set thriller against Miomir Kecmanovic and a three-set spanking of Dominik Koepfer.

The 33-year-old Spaniard has arguably been in the form of his career over the last two months and looks set to take another step forward to his 2019 Wimbledon semi-final finish, but the young Canadian will have other ideas. 

Shapavalov looked as fresh as a daisy in his 6-2, 6-2, 6-2 demolition of British veteran Andy Murray. 

His vast array of shots, in particular his devastating forehand, were on show during the victory. 

Interestingly, neither Shapovalov or Bautista Agut have met each other in a competitive match, so marrying up the form lines might not be so straight forward. 

Tough to split these two at the head to but expect to go the length. 

Suggested Bets: 
Toal games over 39.5 at $1.84
Dennis Shapovalov 3-2 at $5.25

Felix Auger-Aliassime vs. Alexander Zverev

5th July 11:00pm

Two of the most exciting young prospects on the tour go head to head when Alexander Zverev trades blows with Felix Auger-Aliassime.

Zverev has only dropped one set at Wimbledon through his first three rounds, while 20-year-old Canadian Auger-Aliassime will also be fresh in the legs following a walkover victory against Nick Kyrgios on Sunday morning. 

The fourth-seeded Zverev has the clear advantage from a head to head persepctive having won all three encounters against his young opponent in this game. 

The most recent of those was a 6-3, 6-3 win at the Cologne Final last season on the hardcourt. 

But the slow grass courts of Wimbledon may just allow the young Canadian to find his feet early in the match. 

Auger-Alliasime has oodles of talent but it might just be the lack of experience at this level which manifests itself in the critical stages that will be prove the difference in this game. 

Expect the German to get through but do not raise your eyebrows if Auger-Alliasime takes a set. 

Suggested Bet:
Alexander Zverev 3-1 at $3.4

Ashleigh Barty vs. Barbera Krejcikova

5th July 10:00pm

World number one Ashleigh Barty meets 14th seed Barbera Kerjcikova in a bid to reach the quarter finals at Wimbledon for the first time in her career.

Barty has not dropped a set since her first round victory over retiring Spanish verteran Carla Suarez-Navarro and looked at somewhere near her powerful best in a 6-3, 7-5 win over Katerina Siniakova in the third round. 

Krejcikova, meanwhile, needed all three sets for this first time this tournament as she held strong late in her third-round encounter against Anastasija Sevastova.

The 25-year-old Czech recorded a 7-6, 3-6, 7-5 win to continue her career best run at Wimbledon. 

Barty, however, represents the toughest test for Krejcikova’s career thus far. 

The pair have never met in any WTA or Grand Slam tournament so this should make for sumptuous viewing. 

Expect Barty to use all her prowess and experience to show Krejcikova how a grand slam champion earns her keep. 

Suggested Bet:
Ash Barty 2-0 at $1.80
Total games under 20.5 at $2.09

Iga Swiatek vs. Ons Jabeur

postponed to 5th July 8:00pm

The wait is finally over after this fourth round clash between Iga Swiatek and Ons Jabeur was delayed by rain.

Many questioned the grass form of 2020 French Open Champion Swiatek but the Polish star has answered her critics with aplomb as she heads into this encounter against Jabeur. 

The seventh seed 20-year-old has looked a completely different player this week at the All England Club.

She is yet to dropa set in her first three matches and has defeated the likes of Su-wei Hsieh and Vera Zvonareva in the opening rounds before thrashing Irina-Camelia Begu 6-1, 6-0.

As for Jabeur, she is also in the form of her life.

The Tunisian 21st seed won her first WTA title at Birmingham last month on grass to prove her adept nature on the surface.

This week in Wimbledon, she has already beaten two former champions.

American veteran Venus Williams was a casualty of Jabeur in the second round as she handed the 41-year-old a perfectly baked bagel in the second set and then got the better of 11th seed Garbine Muguruza in the third round 5-7, 6-3, 6-2 on centre court.

What a game this is set to be. 

Flip of the coin but Jabeur looks the value. 

Suggested Bet:
Ons Jabeur head to head at $2.05

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