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Wimbledon betting tips & multi picks for Tuesday, July 4

Multi betting selections for Wimbledon 2017
WILL we see any big surprises in the opening round of the 2017 Wimbledon Championships?

Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic and Milos Raonic are among the big names in action on day two in the men’s singles.

Bernard Tomic headlines the Australian contingent with a tricky first-up test against Mischa Zverev, the 27th seed.

Also on the bill for Tuesday are Thanasi Kokkinakis and Jordan Thompson, while Daria Gavrilova is a strong chance to progress in the women’s draw.

Those Aussie hopes feature heavily in our maiden multi ticket for Wimbledon 2017.

Wimbledon multi tips for Tuesday, July 4, 2017:

JM del Potro to defeat T Kokkinakis – -400

D Gavrilova to defeat P Martic – -188.68

J Thompson to defeat A Ramos Vinolas – -144.93

C Vandeweghe to defeat M Barthel – -250

B Tomic to defeat M Zverev – -128.21

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Juan Martin del Potro vs. Thanasi Kokkinakis

Some think of del Potro as a one-hit wonder who is past his prime, but let us not forget the former US Open champion has reached the semis at Wimbledon before. It might also surprise a few to learn that the hard-hitting Argentine is only 28 years old. He poses a tough test for Kokkinakis, who has failed to ride the massive high of his shock win over Milos Raonic at Queen’s. The 21-year-old from Adelaide is yet to win a singles match at Wimbledon, and it is hard to see him breaking that duck on this occasion.

Daria Gavrilova vs. Petra Martic

This is another pairing that has yet to tangle in competitive singles play. Gavrilova was an early casualty at Eastbourne, losing out to Lara Arruabuena over three sets. The Russia-born Aussie favourite has never made it past the second round at Wimbledon, so that will be her minimum pass mark. Martic is one of those tricky qualifiers who could spring an upset, as she did when downing Madison Keys en route to the fourth round at the French Open, but this is the kind of match Dasha just has to win if she hopes to take that next step.

Jordan Thompson vs. Albert Ramos Vinolas

Thompson sent shockwaves through the tennis world when he dumped world number one Andy Murray out of Queen’s. Although he fell to Sam Querrey in a tight three-setter in the next round, the plucky Aussie won many admirers and a ticket to the big dance. Raw data suggests Ramos Vinolas should win this one without too much trouble, but the Spaniard much prefers slower surfaces and has only once passed the second round at the All England Club. This could be an excellent opportunity for Thompson make his mark on the Grand Slam stage.

Coco Vandeweghe vs. Mona Barthel

The big-hitting Vandeweghe continuously threatens to break into the top tier of the women’s circuit. She beats good players on a regular basis, as she did to Johanna Konta at Birmingham before retiring hurt against Garbine Muguruza with the scores squared at one set apiece. That will be the American’s biggest concern: fitness. Barthel had to go through qualifying to get a run at Eastbourne, where she lost to Svetlana Kuznetsova in the second round. Can she handle Coco’s power hitting on a slick surface? Probably not.

Bernard Tomic vs. Mischa Zverev

Normally, we at steer well clear of any market involving the perpetual disappointment that is Tomic. Let us pray that he justifies our faith on this occasion. Wimbledon is Bernie’s best Grand Slam – he reached the quarters as a teenager in 2011 and has made the fourth round on two occasions since – and he brings in promising form after dispatching the elder Zverev brother in straight sets at Nottingham. Mischa is dangerous when he gets the serve-volley working, but Tomic just needs to keep doing what he’s been doing.

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