Tennis Betting Advice - July 2021

Wimbledon – Day 9: Felix and Hubert in search of glory…

Wednesday 7th July 2021

In Ones to Watch today:

  • Wimbledon Day 9…
  • Men’s Quarter Finals…
  • Auger-Aliassime and Hurkacz…

Good morning and welcome to Day 9 of your Wimbledon 2021 service.

Felix and Hubert in search of glory…

We got two women through to the quarter finals, at 50/1 and 40/1. But that’s where the journey ended for Karolina Muchova and Ons Jabeur.

Today, we have two players in action in the men’s quarter finals, both at massive prices in the Outright Winner market…

66/1 Felix Auger-Aliassime is now 20/1

In the 3rd Quarter Winner betting, we’re on Felix at 7/1 (8.0) or 13/2 (7.5). That’s a great price to have on the 20-year-old world no.19 upsetting Matteo Berrettini on Court 1 this afternoon.

In the match-day odds, the bookies make Auger-Aliassime an 11/4 (3.75) underdog. We have a great price on our side with 13/2+ to win this match (Quarter), and of course 66/1 for the big prize.

100/1+ Hubert Hurkacz is now 33/1 & 28/1

When we backed him in week one, Hurkacz was 200/1 and 150/1 with a couple of firms, and a 100/1 shot in general. That’s rank outsider territory. But our feeling was Hubert is better than those odds suggest. He took out world no.2 Daniil Medvedev yesterday, landing Match Winner odds of 5/1.

Hubert faces 39-year-old, eight-time Wimbledon champion Roger Federer on Centre Court today. That’s one of the toughest tasks in tennis, of course. But it’s not impossible. The 24-year-old Pole, ranked no.18, is on the up. He’s priced at 2/1 (3.0) to win the match. Thanks to our 4th Quarter Winner ticket, we have Hurkacz at 16/1 or 14/1 to win today.

  • We’ve got two great prices here – two underdogs, at inflated odds of 7/1 and 16/1 to win their respective quarter finals. If you wish to level things out a little and protect or recoup some of your original stakes, then backing Berrettini and Federer in the Match Winner markets would be the way to go today

As promised, we’re also keeping an eye on proceedings in Hamburg this week, where there’s a new women’s clay-court WTA 250-grade event taking place. Nothing stands out for me in the prices there today. I’ll keep you posted throughout the week.

I’ll be back tomorrow morning with your Wimbledon Day 10 email and analysis. Thursday is women’s semi finals day.

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Enjoy the tennis…

Best wishes,

Oliver Upstone

Tom Wilson

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