Tennis Tips: Your 4 best bets for Wednesday’s Wimbledon action

Our tipster Colin Harvey serves up a prize punt for each of the remaining quarter finals.

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*All prices are bang up to date with our snazzy widgets, while odds in copy are accurate at time of publishing but subject to change

We’re well into the business end of Wimbledon 2022 now with the final set of quarter finals taking place on Wednesday. It’s sure to be another high quality day’s play with some of the biggest names in the game on show, along with the single most controversial man on Tour and a smattering of unseeded players looking to cause an upset.

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Let’s try and unearth a winning bet bet for all four single quarter finals matches in the men and women’s competitions.

*A four-fold with these bets pays at approximately 18/1 with Paddy Power. CLICK HERE TO ADD IT TO YOUR BETSLIP.

Taylor Fritz v Rafael Nadal – Nadal win & Both Players win a set

Taylor Fritz will head into his match against the mighty Rafa Nadal in high confidence having won at Eastbourne and now looking for his 9th-straight victory on grass. He’s in fine form as and is yet to drop a set at Wimbledon this year.

Nadal has dropped two sets this championship but really looked to have hit his stride in his last two matches, winning both 3-0. These two have only met twice on tour, both winning a match apiece, but I can see that becoming 2-1 to The Spaniard in a really tight contest as Nadal Wins and Both Players win a Set.

Simona Halep v Amanda Anisimova – Halep to Win 2-0

Simona Halep heads into her quarter final against Amanda Anisimova as Paddy’s big favourite and it’s easy to see why. She trounced No.4 seed Paula Badosa 6-1, 6-2 in rapid-quick time in the previous round while Anisimova has already battled her way through two three setters.

The American beat Halep in their first meeting on Tour but the favourite has won their previous two encounters. Anisimova’s in good shape but the Romanian superstar just looks out of this world at the moment so I’ll take Halep to Win 2-0.

Ajla Tomljanovic v Elena Rybakina – Rybakina to Win 2-0

The 17th seed Elena Rybakina takes on the unseeded Aussie Ajla Tomljanovic here with only one meeting between the pair to date, a 2-0 win for the Kazakhstani in Madrid last year. Understandably Rybakina is Paddy’s big favourite and I think that’s fair.

Rybakina has won all four games in straight sets to get here, and while she’s needed a a tie break in all but one she’s got the job done. Tomljanovic has gone to three sets in her last two but I just think her seeded opponent is a cut above and I like the price on Rybakina to Win 2-0.

Cristian Garin v Nick Kyrgios – Over 37.5 Total Match Games

Cristian Garin will be wondering if Jekyll or Hyde’s going to turn up for his quarter final clash with the madcap Aussie Nick Kyrgios. Kyrgios has been the story of the tournament for his petulant and, often, outright rude outbursts during this competition, but he let his game to the talking last time out and he’ll need a repeat of that if he’s to land his first Slam.

Kyrgios is the huge favourite to win against his unseeded opponent and both have done it the hard way to make it to this stage, both having five setters last time out and four setters the round before. Kyrgios is often his own worst enemy and I can see this going the whole way making Over 37.5 Total Match Games an appealing punt.

*A four-fold with these bets pays at approximately 18/1 with Paddy Power. CLICK HERE TO ADD IT TO YOUR BETSLIP.

Wednesday’s tennis tips

Taylor Fritz v Rafael Nadal – Nadal to win and Both Players to win a set
Simona Halep v Amanda Anisimova – Halep to Win 2-0
Ajla Tomljanovic v Elena Rybakina – Rybakina to win 2-0
Cristian Garin v Nick Kyrgios – Over 37.5 Total Match Games

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