ATP Wimbledon Betting Tips
Wimbledon 2017: Cut for a legend?
This is the most greatest tennis competition in the world. Every year, a page in the history of sport is written. As before every major competition, "The Championships" (July 3 to 16) is able to raise the pressure. In the family of legends, the king is asked. Roger Federer, Having won an 18th Grand Slam title in Melbourne at the beginning of the year, "RF", 35, has not finished yet. Titled seven times at Wimbledon, Roger is already on another planet. Absent from the French Open to better prepare for his favourite tournament, the master will be the man to beat!
Rafael Nadal has made his anger burst by taking the ATP circuit by the horns. It's simple: Rafa has won everything on clay, with the exception of Rome. In high point, a magnificent "Decima" in Roland-Garros. Never as dominant as this year's Porte d'Auteuil, "El Toro" targets nothing but the title to Wim ', he who has already raised the trophy twice (2008, 2010).
Andy, where are you?
It's always Murray who leads the ATP ranking . Andy who? The return to grace of the two sacred monsters Roger and Rafa has somewhat eclipsed the British. He is nevertheless the title holder. In pain of love, Murray counts on his own to find that little supplement of soul that had pushed him to the throne in the end of year 2016. Absolutely brilliant on grass thanks to his slice and his exceptional hand, his majesty hunts a third crown on a court that saw him win twice, but brandishing gold at the 2012 Olympics! He's at home, Andy.
A place for Djokovic?
He suffers from the same problem as Murray. Stifled by the aura of Federer and Nadal, Novak almost lost the desire to play. Since he won Roland-Garros in 2016, the Serbian has simply extinguished. Clearly a less warrior on court, "Nole" is no longer as feared as two years ago, when he was still wrecking everyone ... Triple winner of Wimbledon (2011, 2014, 2015), Djokovic must find His killer instinct in London. Sometimes a spark is enough to revive the flame. By joining Agassi, Djokovic expressed his wish to enter a new era.
Challengers on the horizon?
There are as always a handful of hope to break the hegemony of the "Big Four". Honour to "Nex Gen", led by Kyrgios and Sascha Zverev . Explosive, the Australian has proven his ability to make anyone drop on fast surface. Nick is not afraid of anyone and has made him known by dominating Nadal, Djokovic and Federer from his first meeting with them ... will it be enough to fly through the great matches, until the final? His rating of 25 with 888sport is attractive.
Concerning the young German ( 21), he still waits for his time wisely. He has already succeeded this season by winning his first Masters (Rome) from the age of 20 years. In the line of the giants, he feels that the time has come to achieve a real result in the Grand Slam tournament, he who had fallen from the first round to Roland Garros (Verdasco). (6-1 6-3) by Federer in the final of the recent Halle tournament, the prodigy still seems to have some lessons to learn.
Finalist of the last edition, Milos Raonic ( 15) will also have a say. It's easy, the Canadian is almost impossible to beat when he finds consistency on his face. Injured at the beginning of the season, the current 7th world ranked player lost to Kokkinakis. He will be hard to beat. In the same way as Marin Cilic. He has the distinction of having already winning a Grand Slam title (US Open 2014). Very comfortable at Queen's (final, beaten by Feliciano Lopez), the Croatian, in shape, has the weapons to go very far in this tournament, and maybe to the end. His rating is 15 at Bwin.
Behind the big outsiders are Stan Wawrinka and Dominic Thiem . Not really predestined to shine on grass, the two enormous hitters remain to be able to do damage. The Swiss also reached two quarter-finals in the tournament (2014, 2015). At 33 and 40
A little farther away are players still able to play fire on grass, including Tsonga and Gasquet. There are also the huge Juan Martin Del Potro, or Dimitrov, who made a big start in the season. Thomas Berdych, Jack Sock, Feliciano Lopez, John Isner and Kei Nishikori are also serious candidates for the second week.