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Wimbledon Day 6 Bets 30th June – A Huge Value 18/1 Accumulator


Visit SkybetAlmost a week has flown by since the Championships began and what a week it has been! We’ve seen no shortage of entertainment, quality, upsets and inevitably, rain!

But the biggest shock that I can certainly remember in my time following events at SW19, was played out late last night when, under the roof of Centre Court, world number 100 Lukas Rosol knocked out world number 2 Rafael Nadal in 5 scintillating sets of top class tennis.

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So the lesson learnt from yesterday must be that there is no such thing as a dead cert!

I’m not entirely sure what the odds were but I’m guessing you wouldn’t have got more than 1/100 for Rafa to power past the unknown Czech and march on to the 3rd round but alas, the great 11-times Slam winner was slayed.

This emphasises that it really is important to keep your stakes low and just enjoy the tournament, although I assume a lot of money will now be coming in for world number 1 Novak Djokovic who must’ve been licking his lips at the prospect of not having to defeat Nadal to take the glory at Wimbledon this year.

With this in mind, day 6 sees a very ambitious accumulator from me, which I believe can come up trumps, but as it is an acca, as always to approach it with caution!

Marco Baghdatis vs Andy Murray (1/10)
Murray has defeated the Cypriot once already this year and will have been boosted by Nadal’s exit yesterday, handing him a seemingly easy route to the final.

Brian Baker vs Benoit Paire (11/8)
Baker has been in great form this week and caused some big upsets along the way, but I expect young Frenchman Paire to stop him in his tracks, ranked over 70 places above the American and at a big price here.

David Ferrer vs Andy Roddick (2/5)
Ferrer has already beaten the huge-serving American 6 times thus far, expect him to make it lucky number 7 today as he continues his impressive form this season.

David Goffin vs Mardy Fish (4/7)
10th seed Mardy Fish looked far from convincing against the battling Brit James Ward in the last round, and that game would have taken a lot out of the veteran Yank. Belgian youngster Goffin will look to take advantage of that and can cause another upset here.

Phillip Kohlschreiber vs Lukas Rosol (11/8)
After defeating the great Rafa Nadal, the world is Rosol’s oyster, and he can cause another upset here if he continues to play with no fear and only ridiculously hard-hitting power instead.

Kei Nishikori vs Juan Martin Del Potro (2/7)
Japanese Nishikori has never beaten Del Potro, and I don’t expect him to buck that trend this time. Juan Martin will have too much experience, especially on the grass for his top 20 opponent.

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga vs Lukas Lacko (1/12)
Tsonga is in unstoppable form at present, and is a bit of a dark horse to cause a real stir amongst the top 3 in this tournament. This pair have never met previously, and Lukas may regret this meeting!

Betting Tip
The 7-fold acca pays over 18/1 at SkyBet and I could think of plenty worse ways to use their completely free, no deposit required £10 bet!

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  1. Another day, another fail. You’ve not had one win this week. Keep deleting the comments, it just makes you look more ridiculous.

    • Keep deleting the comments? There’s no need for abuse Claudio. Our tennis writer is new, and although he hasn’t had a fantastic start, the last thing he needs is you heckling him. Do you understand what I mean?

      I deleted your comment, not him. If you don’t like what you read, don’t read it!

  2. Ian … “abuse” …hardly. If someone keeps predicting things well off are they not exempt from some criticism?

    Okay, so the guy is new. His column is very well written and for that he deserves credit. However, the forecasts have been dire so far. If the tide turns I’ll happily given him credit.

    • Ok Claudio that’s fine. He is a very good writer yes. Just give him a bit of time. The last thing he needs in his first week of writing for us is pressure put on his selections. As he settles down I’m sure his knowledge of tennis will pay dividends.

      Part of this may be my fault, as I directed him not to just make loads of selections as so many tipsters do, without explaining what bet to put them in, and then claim success if a few of their 8 or so picks win. TVBet doesn’t do that, and if we advise some picks, we also advise what bet to put them in.


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