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Wimbledon: Back the big hitters on Day 3

30 Jun | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
Wimbledon: Back the big hitters on Day 3

Get on this 10/1 four-fold with the monster serves out in force on Wednesday

This year’s tournament has gotten off to a thrilling start with plenty of nail biting five set matches and gruelling baseline rallies in the first two days.

On Wednesday, the world’s biggest servers come to town, with Raonic, Isner, Johnson and Verdasco on show. All four look fantastic value to win against players who look vulnerable on the lush grass of Wimbledon.

33/10 – Steve Johnson to beat Grigor Dimitrov

Dimitrov has long been tipped as the next big thing in men’s tennis but continues to disappoint. He has particularly underachieved in 2015, winning just seven more matches than he has lost.

Contrastingly, Steve Johnson has enjoyed his best season on tour, and is now just two places off the top 50. The American is armed with a lethal serve, and can take advantage of his low confidence opponent. 33/10 is a huge price.

17/100 – Milos Raonic to beat Tommy Haas

Tommy Haas has undoubted pedigree on a grass, but the 37 year old is now well past his best days. He faces an uphill task against 6 foot 5 inch Raonic, who reached the semi finals here a year ago.

Milos won the pair’s last encounter in San Jose without dropping a set, and a repeat result looks likely.

1/2 – Fernando Verdasco to beat Dominic Thiem

Fernando Verdasco has long had one of the biggest games on tour, but only chooses to bring it out sparingly. His 5 set win over Martin Klizan was just the start he needed to the tournament, and will have given him a huge confidence boost.

If Fernando can produce the sort of form that almost saw him take out Murray at Wimbledon two years ago, then he will have far too much quality for Thiem, a player who is far more comfortable on clay.

30/100 – John Isner to beat Matthew Ebden

After suffering somewhat of a mid-career crisis, ‘Big John’ has hit form again, consistently reaching the latter stages of all ATP world tour events in the last three months.

Isner looked impressive in reaching the semi finals of Queens, firing down aces left, right, and centre. If he can reproduce this form then he will breeze through 148th ranked Matthew Ebden.

£10 on the 4-fold accumulator pays £98.10

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