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Wimbledon Tennis Tips – Day 1 – A Nice Accumulator To Begin The Championships

Visit Paddy PowerWith SW19 just about to get started, I’ve had a look through the huge match list today and put together an accumulator that looks fantastic on paper. and should start building our Wimbledon tennis betting banks right from the word go.

With so many one sided matches, it pays to group these short priced games together in the form of an accumulator. So without further ado, here is Monday’s Wimbledon accumulator tip.

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JOHN ISNER v Alejandro Falla (1/7 – Paddy Power)

World #10 John Isner should have too much in his locker for #73 ranked Alejandro Falla here. Isner has a 2-0 head to head advantage over Falla, both on a hard surface, and he is yet to drop a set to today’s opponent.

Isner has rested since being defeated in the 2nd round of Roland Garros, while Falla competed in the Dutch warm up event in Hertogenbosch, eventually losing 6-3 6-2 to Gilles Muller in the 2nd round.

Left handed Falla is a clay specialist, and has been generally below par this season, winning just 6 of his 28 tour games.

Denis Istomin v ANDREAS SEPPI (4/11 – Paddy Power)

World rank #26 Andreas Seppi can add to his 3-0 head to head record against world #39 Denis Istomin today.

Both players have been performing well recently, but it’s unlikely that Istomin will cause too many problems for Seppi, who warmed up for Wimbledon at Eastbourne, plating some good tennis, before being outclassed by Andy Roddick in the final.

Sergiy Stakhovsky v RADEK STEPANEK (8/15 – Paddy Power)

Ukranian Stakhovsky, ranked #85, should be opposed with #27 Radek Stepanek here. While it’s clear that Czech Stepanek’s best days are behind him, he has the experience, as well as the class to eliminate Stakhovsky, who retired injured just last week in the 2nd round of Queens.

These two have met once in the past, back in 2010, and resulted in a straight 6-3 6-2 victory on the blue stuff for Stepanek.

Wimbledon Tip

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