Quarter-final action continues at Wimbledon as Roger Federer continues to defy his age.
The best bets for all the best matches tonight and early tomorrow morning have landed.
Matteo Berrettini vs. Felix Auger-Aliassime
7th July 11:00pm
Top Italian seed Matteo Berrettini meets Felix Auger-Aliassime in quarter-finals at the All England Club as the pair prepare to do battle for the second time in their careers.
Berrettini managed victory in the fourth round against Ilya Ivashka (6-4 6-3 6-1).
The seventh seed slammed home 32 winners in his straight set win against Ivashka but Auger-Aliassime represents another challlenge.
Auger-Aliassime is arguably one of the hottest young prospects on the tour but did lose his only match to Berrettini.
That was all the way back in 2019 and the 20-year-old was a much more inexperienced ball hitter.
He has improved his baseline offence and defence since that loss but Berrettini is the one to be with here given his power and endurance.
Matteo Berrettini 3-0 at $2.40
Roger Federer vs. Hubert Hurkacz
7th July 11:30pm
Roger Federer continues to defy his age and will attempt to carve the path towards an unprecedented nine Wimbledon crowns when he faces Hubert Hurkacz in the quarter-finals.
The 39-year-old Swiss maestro picked off Lorenzo Sonego with ease in the fourth round.
A comprehensive 7-5, 6-4, 6-2 win over the 23rd seed ensured Federer would qualify for another quarter-final.
Hurkacz will be no easy beat.
The 24-year-old 14th seed sent world number two Daniil Medvedev packing in a stamina sapping five-set encounter.
The 2-6, 7-6, 3-6, 6-3, 6-3 win proved Hurkacz can match it with the best for long enough but he will need to pull out another special effort if he is to beat the greatest of them all.
This is going be a high octane match even if Federer is nearing his 40s.
Roger Federer 3-1 at $3.60
Karen Khachanov vs. Denis Shapavalov
7th July 10:00pm
There would have to be no better rising star in the world tennis ranks than Dennis Shapavalov as he aims to reach his first ever grand slam semi-final when he faces Karen Khachanov.
Shapavalov put pay to Robert Bautista-Agut with a swashbuckling 6-1, 6-3, 7-5 win in the fourth round, while Khachanov played out an epic five-set thriller against American bolter Sebastian Korda.
The world number 12 has clearly looked the superior of his quarter-final opponent with his high-risk high-reward style of of baseline play awing the Wimbledon audience.
Khachanov had to bear the full brunt of a young, vibrant Shapavalov back in 2019 with the Candian taking home a Davis Cup semi-final win in three sets back.
Expect there to be winners galore in this encounter with the aggressive style of both players to come to the fore.
Denis Shapavalov 3-1 at $3.40