Roger Federer v Marin Cilic
Roger Federer does his best to save forces before the final encounter. The Swiss plays faster and more efficiently. Roger serves pretty well and goes to the front court as soon as it’s possible to finish the point quickly. The Swiss is very reliable on return and hits the ball just next to the net. Marinc Cilic will have difficulties receiving such balls. The Croat will send powerful shots from the baseline. And if the play will be staged on the baseline, Cilic shall be the favorite. So the main question is who will bind the play. If Roger controls the match, he’ll win and cover the handicap. If Cilic presses the Swiss on his favorite surface, he’ll progress to the semis.
Betting pick: To back Cilic seems to be highly valuable as the odds are underestimated. If you prefer the handicap market, back Roger.
Sam Querrey v Milos Raonic
Sam Querrey is capable of leaving an imprint at Wimbledon 2016 and the third-round defeat of the World No.1 is not the limit. Sam, the only American left, is continuously aggressive and consistent. Grass favors the American and the Canadian will find it hard to overpower him on return. As for Raonic, his performance against Goffin was doubtful, there was great likelihood for Milos to lose that match. What will matter now is the first serve points won. Raonic looks better in this aspect, that’s why he comes as the favorite. But from the baseline play, Querrey must take advantage here. Sam’s passing shots will be pressing for Raonic who is used to coming into the net. So, the second serve will provide Querrey with plenty of opportunities. Summing it all up, the match scenario will greatly depend on their functional form. Raonic’s first serve will make great difference too. If the first serve will be at 70% or over, Querrey is likely to lose. Otherwise, he’ll have his chances to get further.
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga v Andy Murray
Murray has done great job against Nick Kyrgios. The Australian wouldn’t have overpowered Murray even in his stellar form. The Scot comes as a title favorite and does his best to comply with this status. He plays fast, aggressively and reaches out for all balls, to speak nothing about his serve and return. The question is whether he’ll show the same tennis against the French. We guess Tsonga may be defeated with a lower level of performance. So the Scot may find it useful to save his efforts for later matches. Anyway, Murray shall be too much for Tsonga’s serve-forehand punch.
Betting pick: Negative handicap on Murray.
Lucas Pouille v Tomas Berdych
Pouille dictates his play and produces highly aggressive tennis getting many active winners and committing loads of mistakes. A slight foot injury may cause him extra troubles. Berydych is the player of an upper class but he may find it challenging to adapt to the French’s aggressive style. The Czech has already recorded a love against David Goffin. Something similar may happen this time. But it’s hard to predict the match scenario this time. We tend to believe in the positive handicap on Pouille. For Berydch, it’ll be the first match at Wimbledon against a more offensive opponent and he may lose the opening set, even with two break points. In this case, the handicap will have great value. What is more, Pouille has nothing to lose, while Berdych is the pre-match favorite and expects to run deeper.
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