Australia's best betting sites

2016 Wimbledon multi tips & free bets – Round 2, Thursday June 30

Wimbledon MultiIT’S the perfect time for a monster multi.

Round two at Wimbledon.

All the stars are in action and they are playing the scrubs.

There’s no point betting straight out on Andy Murray at $1.1, but if you find a few other ranked players and whack them in a multi, all of a sudden you have some value.

We’ve run the rule over the Thursday night action at the All England club and come up with a solid leg parlay that should go well.

Wimbledon Round 2 multi tips:

N Kyrgios to beat D Brown $1.10

R Gasquet to beat M Granollers $1.07

J-W Tsonga to beat J Monaco $1.13

Andy Murray to beat Y-H Lu $1.01

R Bautista Agut to beat M Kukushkin $1.17

M Keys to beat K Flipkens $1.17

S Williams to beat $1.04

S Kuznetsova to beat T Moore $1.17

S Wawrinka to beat JM Del Potro $1.63

Combined multi: Nine leg multi pays $3.64 with Sportsbet.com.au

Sportsbet.com.au

N Kyrgios to beat D Brown $1.10

The Aussie firebrand has a dream run through the first three rounds, before he will probably have to face Andy Murray in the quarters. The dreadlocked American Dustin Brown booked his date with Kyrgios by beating Dusan Lajovic – in a five set cracker – while the Aussie vanquished Radek Stepanek in four sets, blasting him off the court 6-1 in the last. Brown has a red hot crack, but Kyrgios should have too much talent for the man nicknamed Dreddy.

R Gasquet to beat M Granollers $1.07

Richard Gasquet has played Marcel Granollers twice, and he has won in four sets twice. But the two men have not met since this event in 2013. The French seventh seed ploughed through Aljaz Bedene in straight sets, while Granollers had a little more trouble with Victor Estrella Burgos, taking four sets to win through to the second round. Gasquet will be far too good here for the Spaniard.

J-W Tsonga to beat J Monaco $1.13

French brute Jo-Wilfired Tsonga has never lost Juan Monaco and we can’t see that changing in the second round. Don’t get us wrong, Monaco is quite a good tennis player, but hanging with Tsonga’s monster serve is a step too far for the Argentinean. Tsonga rolled through Inigo Cervantes in straight sets, while Taro Daniel pushed Monaco, before he escaped in four. Should be a straight forward victory for the Muhammad Ali look alike.

Sportsbet.com.au

Andy Murray to beat Y-H Lu $1.01

Ranked number 76 in the world, the Chinese Taipai national Yen-Hsun Lu is on a hiding to nothing up against the second best tennis player on the planet. And that’s exactly what he is going to get out of this match – nothing. The Brit smashed through fellow country man Liam Broady in straight sets, just as Lu did to A Kudryatvtsev. You would be hard pressed to find a more lopsided match up in the men’s draw on day four. Murray should get through this one in straight sets on his crash course toward Kyrgios.

R Bautista Agut to beat M Kukushkin $1.17

Spaniard Roberto Bautista-Agut made very light work of Australian Jordan Thompson, dropping just nine games on his way to a straight sets victory and should have no dramas with Kazakh Mikhail Kukushkin. Kukushkin too, won through in straight sets, but had a lot more trouble against Martin Klizan, with two of the sets going to tiebreakers. The $1.17 looks better than bank interest in this one, with a major upset needed if Bautista-Agut did not go through. We will let you in on a little secret, though – Kukushkin actually defeated Bautista-Agut in their only meeting, way back in 2010, but that was on clay and wasn’t a grand slam.

M Keys to beat K Flipkens $1.17

Emerging American women’s tennis star Madison Keys takes on world number 51 Kirsten Flipkens on grass for the first time. In their two previous meetings, the pair have split, 1-1. Every time you see Keys play, you just feel like she is on the verge of something special, but she always tends to just fall short of expectations at the big grand slams. It’s time for her to stand up and, after hammering Laura Siegemund in straight sets – dropping just four games – she should be able to carve her way through the Belgian, even though her match score int he first round against N Gibbs was identical.

S Williams to beat $1.04

Do we even need to say anything about Serena Williams? Arguably the best tennis player in history, Serena is on a path to redemption after she lost the French Open final to Garbine Muguruza. She throttled Amra Sadikovic in straight sets and there is no way she is losing to compatriot Christina McHale, who did grab herself a fine scalp in Daniella Hantuchova.

Sportsbet.com.au

S Kuznetsova to beat T Moore $1.17

Here is another lopsided clash with Svetlana Kuznetsova, ranked number 13, up against unseeded Brit Tara Moore, who won her first grand slam bout against Alison Van Uytvanck. But Kuznetsova is a whole different proposition and she already has a strong scalp in Caroline Wozniacki. She should have no dramas knocking over the world number 227, even thought the wildcard entrant provides a good news story at Wimbledon.

S Wawrinka to beat JM Del Potro $1.63

You always need one leg that carries a bit more risk than the rest and so we have Stanislas Wawrinka. Wawrinka, on paper, should make short work of Juan Martin Del Potro, but, out of all our legs, this is the make or break. You need that leg with an extra bit of value to ensure your multi is worth backing, but you have to hope it doesn’t come back to bite you. Wawrinka is ranked number five in the world, Del Potro number 164. But don’t let that fool you. The Argentinean is a savvy customer who can test the Swiss star. Del Potro actually holds the head to head tie in this one and has been a bit of a bogey man for Wawrinka. The last three times they have met, Del Potro has emerged the winner. But the caveat is all of those match ups were on clay courts. Stanislas is beginning to enter his prime and, on the grass, it would be a massive boilover if he was bailed out at Wimbledon in just the second round. Back him to make it through and get our multi home.

More News

All Recent News