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Welcome to the free sports betting tips for July 11th, 2016.
What can I say about this weekend in sport? I guess first of all, a congratulations to Portugal and their fans, after their side became European Champions, after beating France 1-0 after extra-time thanks to a great strike from Eder. It’s Portugal’s first major championship win, and they achieved it after winning only win game in the regulation 90 minutes. Amazingly, Portugal won two games in extra-time and one on penalties. We also saw Andy Murray win his second Wimbledon title, beating Canada’s Milos Raonic in straight sets to the delight of the home fans. Murray was able to take care of Raonic’s big serves and his class shone through. Finally, Lewis Hamilton won the British Grand Prix with far less drama than last week’s win in Austria.
We have a bit of a lull in the action right now, with the MLB winding-up for the All-Star break, to go along with the end of the European Championships and Wimbledon. However, the tennis action continues, and we have men’s tennis action from Hamburg, and women’s tennis from Bucharest and Gstad.
So, let’s get onto our free sports betting tips for July 11th, 2016.
Notable Upcoming Bets:
|Event:||Type of Bet:||Props:||Where To Bet:|
|MLB||Adjusted Run Lines||Yes||SportsBetting.ag|
|WWE Futures||Champions End of 2021||Yes||SportsBetting.ag|
|Popcorn Eating||World Championship||Yes||BetOnline|
|Logan Paul vs Floyd Mayweather||Tons of unique props||Yes||BetOnline|
Tennis Betting Tips
We’ll start off in Gstad, and Lucie Hradecka to beat Irina Khromacheva. Her prices looks a bit on the big side for me, and her experience should see her through here.
Over in Bucharest, take Kristina Kucova to beat Cagla Buyukakcay. This is a tricky match for Buyukakcay, and her general inconsistency, especially with her serve, just doesn’t bode well for Kucova, who can string a run together and should have enough to pull away when it matters.
Over in Hamburg, the men’s action sees some big names taking to the clay courts in Germany. Gerald Melzer to beat Paul-Henri Mathieu is a value play here. Melzer has been going well in Challenger events on clay, and he’s got a game good enough to trouble his inconsistent French opponent, who is too short for my liking. Thiago Monteiro also has a strong enough clay court game to see off Mischa Zverev, and I’d have Monteiro the slight favourite, rather than the other way around.