David Goffin v Milos Raonic
David Goffin mainly relies on his footwork. Now he’s up for the powerful opponent of the upper level. It’ll be difficult to return Raonic’s serve. The Belgian will have to show the most of his capacities as every lost game will be equal to the lost set. Milos Raonic serves bigger and acts more confidently in rallies. The most Goffin can hope for is to win one set shall the Canadian let it go. But we guess Milos will set his mind for the win.
Betting pick: Raonic is the favorite but the handicap is too big, better not to bet.
Sam Querrey v Nicolas Mahut
Probably the most shocking fourth-round action will take place between Sam Querrey and Nicolas Mahut. Querrey is in a brilliant form and doesn’t pay attention who’s on the other side of the net. The American rains aces and plays highly consistent. He has overpowered Novak right due to his ball feeling and control. Mahut has also been in form with his third ‘s-Hertogenbosch title. The French is an all-court player and is a great grass-court master. Mahut ill rushes to the front-court at every opportunity. Sam Querrey will answer this with his effective passing shots that enabled him to get many free points against Novak. On the other hand, Sam Querrey will be mentally worn-out and is poorer on return.
Betting pick: Mahut wins.
Kei Nishikori v Marin Cilic
Nishikori has managed to improve on his tennis and looks fresher. The Japanese has retained speed and vividness that make his opponents feel uncomfortable. However, Marin Cilic will hardly be the one feeling discomfort against Nishikori. Cilic relies on his serve and the final outcome will depend on his consistency. Grass favors the Croat more as Kei will have difficulties on return and will be prone to failures on his serve. We expect to see a tough five-setter with a slight advantage being on the Croat’s side.
Roger Federer v Steve Johnson
This shall be the first tough challenge for Roger Federer. First of all, it will be the first meeting between the both. Secondly, Johnson is at his best showing big serve, powerful forehand and reliable movements. His defensive backhand shots are also very efficient. Be it no the Wimbledon fourth round, Johnson would have excellent winning odds. But this is Wimbledon and Roger plays tricky tennis. The Swiss receives the serve and makes his opponent come to the net. Johnson may find it hard to process such balls. However Johnson has one very powerful weapon – his return. So we expect to see hard struggle in every game.
Betting pick: Positive handicap on the American.
Bernard Tomic v Lucas Pouille
Bernard Tomic is in a decent form but has shown up stamina issues. He should have lost it to Verdasco but the match delay made the difference. Bautista Agut had no working serve, which made the situation for his compatriot easier as well. The Australian presents differently in all his matches. As for Lucas Pouille, he’s more powerful, has a big serve and accurately plays on the move. His net comings are also highly effective. Tomic will find this speed to high and may lose the match physically. Despite his court adaptation and richer experience, the Australian looks unconfident.
Betting pick: Positive handicap on Pouille.
Nick Kyrgios v Andy Murray
Nick Kyrgios is a very talented laze bone. The Australian serves big but saves efforts during the rallies. This time he’ll obviously have to give all in to progress to the next round. But as soon as you recall the previous match between Kyrgios and Gasquet at the French Open, you’ll remember that the Australian had no chances at all. The same scenario may be relevant this time. Now when there is no Novak Djokovic in his way, Murray will try to capitalize even on Nick’s biggest weapon, his serve. Luckily, the Scot’s return will allow this to happen.
Betting pick: we advise to play this match live. The offered handicap on Murray is huge and its success will depend on the start of the match.
Richard Gasquet v Jo-Wilfried Tsonga
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga has wasted too many efforts to overpower John Isner. We expect the French will be worn-out in the upcoming battle. Gasquet has defeated Albert Ramos. The French moves well and feels the ball. His play is rather unpredictable as his forehand and backhand wings are very reliable. In terms of techniques and freshness, Gasquet is two steps forward. However, the handicap market is doubtful as Richard may fail the beginning of the match.
Betting pick: The outright winner market on Gasquet. Shall Tsonga take the beginning, you may back the French player at the higher odds.
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