Wimbledon Tips: 4 sweet selections for Tuesday’s SW19 action

Our tipster James Walters has four fab picks in mind.

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1pm: Tatjana Maria v Jule Niemeier – Maria +2.5 Game Handicap

Tuesday’s Wimbledon singles action kicks off with an all-German showdown of Tatjana Maria v Jule Niemeier.

Both Maria, 34, and Niemeier, 22, are making their first quarter-final appearance at a Grand Slam.

Maria has more experience than her rival and Niemeier showed signs she was nervous during a couple of key moments. However, the younger Niemeier could be fresher.

This is a tough one to call but we think there’s value in Maria on Tuesday afternoon. You could back Maria to win outright, however, we’re going with Maria +2.5 Game Handicap.

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1:30pm: Novak Djokovic v Jannik Sinner – Djokovic to Win the Match and Both Players to Win a Set

Novak Djokovic v Jannik Sinner sees a tennis stalwart face off against another star of the NextGen players. Djokovic has won 20 Grand Slam titles and he’s a six-time winner of Wimbledon – and he’s on course to make it seven this weekend.

Sinner is just 20 years old but he’s impressed in the competition this summer, beating Stan Wawrinka, Mikael Ymer, John Isner and Carlos Alcaraz.

Djokovic is playing well but he’s not totally dominating like we’ve seen before. The Serbian has dropped sets in two of his four Wimbledon matches.

Sinner will make it tough for Djokovic, however, we expect the outright favourite to have enough.

Djokovic to Win 3-1 on the Set Betting seems a solid selection, however, we’re going to play it safer and side with Djokovic to Win the Match and Both Players to Win a Set.

3pm: David Goffin v Cameron Norrie – Norrie to Win the Match and Both Players to Win a Set

The home crowd will be behind Cameron Norrie, who is hoping to book his place in his first Grand Slam semi-final.

Norrie, who overcame Tommy Paul in straight sets on Sunday, faces World No. 58 David Goffin on Tuesday afternoon. Goffin comes into this one on the back of his gruelling win against Frances Tiafoe, which lasted just over four and a half hours.

We’re expecting Norrie to win, however, we don’t like the current odds on the outright market. Insead, we’re getting on Norrie to Win the Match and Both Players to Win a Set.

This bet is entirely dependant on how much Goffin’s win against Tiafoe has taken out of him. However, we fancy Goffin to snatch a set, potentially the first, before Norrie turns it on and gets the job done.

3:30pm: Marie Bouzkova v Ons Jabeur – Jabeur to Win 2-0

Ons Jabeur is the joint-favourite alongside Simona Halep to win Wimbledon this week – and the Tunisian faces Marie Bouzkova on Tuesday.

All of Jabeur’s victories at Wimbledon have come in straight sets and she seems unfazed by being tipped to win it all this summer.

It won’t be easy for Jabeur against Bouzkova – who has beaten Danielle Collins, Alison Riske and Carolina Garcia – as the Czech star doesn’t make many unforced errors.

Despite Bouzkova being a tougher test, we’re still expecting Jabeur to shine. We like the look of Jabeur to Win 2-0.

Tuesday’s Wimbledon tennis tips:

1pm: Tatjana Maria v Jule Niemeier – Maria +2.5 Game Handicap
1:30pm: Novak Djokovic v Jannik Sinner – Djokovic to Win the Match and Both Players to Win a Set
3pm: David Goffin v Cameron Norrie – Norrie to Win the Match and Both Players to Win a Set
3:30pm: Marie Bouzkova v Ons Jabeur – Jabeur to Win 2-0

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