July 4th, 2016 Betting Tips: Wimbledon Manic Monday

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Welcome to the free sports betting tips for July 4th, 2016, and a happy 4th of July to all our American readers. Hopefully you enjoyed an early celebration last night, and are continuing it into today. For the rest of the world, well, you can just check out all the fantastic fireworks displays on YouTube if you’re that way inclined.

In sporting terms, it was an interesting weekend. We had the final two quarter-finals of Euro 2016, which saw Germany beat Italy in a terrible penalty shootout, and then France eased past Iceland 5-2, which left most of the world feeling a bit deflated. I think the only people happy with that result were the French and anyone who has money on France to win Euro 2016. So, that leaves us with Wales vs Portugal, and Germany vs France as our two semi-finals. You can read the previews and free tips for both those semi-finals here:

Wales vs Portugal Preview and Tips
Germany vs France Preview and Tips

Then there was the little matter of the Austrian Grand Prix, which saw Lewis Hamilton booed on the podium, after his last lap collision with Nico Rosberg probably cost the German the win, while Hamilton eased to the front and took the chequered flag. Opinions are split on this, with Camp Hamilton blaming Rosberg, and Camp Rosberg calling Hamilton reckless. Whichever side you come down on, it’s safe to say this could end up being a rivalry to match any we might have seen in the past, which usually involved Ayrton Senna. And in tennis news, the headlines have been dominated by one thing, and that is Novak Djokovic being knocked out of Wimbledon by Sam Querrey in four-sets. Needless to say, odds-on backers of Djokovic will have been sick most of the weekend, while Andy Murray and Roger Federer backers will have been dancing in the streets. Murray, carrying the home nation’s hopes, is now odds-on to lift another Wimbledon title, as the seeds have gone crashing out around him. Can he do it? Well, by this time next week, we’ll know.

Now, let’s get onto our free sports betting tips for July 4th, 2016.

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Wimbledon Betting Tips

It’s Manic Monday at Wimbledon, which means one thing – all fourth round matches will be played, hopefully to a finish, and only if the rain holds off. So, without further ado, let’s get straight to the tips.

Sam Querrey to beat Nicholas Mahut. Often the bounce factor can happen when a lower-ranked player takes out a big name. I mean, look at what happens to most ordinary players when they knocked Phil Taylor out in a darts tournament, they went and lost in the next round. However, Sam Querrey is no mug on the grass courts, having been a former Queen’s champions. He’s also a player who thrives on confidence, and he’ll need it against the big-serving Frenchman. I just think this is more of a coin toss than the bookies have, and I like the American to continue his great run and build on that confidence..

Andy Murray to beat Nick Kyrgios 3-1. I can see the young Aussie taking a set from Andy Murray here. While Murray obviously has the dominant head-to-head record, Kyrgios’ booming serve and, at times, petulant manner, can produce some magic. Murray’s serve has looked strong, but not invincible, and I can see him dropping a set before powering away to the finish line. The 3-0 scoreline is just too short for my liking, I prefer the value on 3-1.

Simona Halep to beat Madison Keys. I actually like both females here, but Halep is so consistently powerful, while Keys seems to play in patches. Keys’ serve also has a tendency to break down, and I think Halep will be given a lot of second-serve opportunities, which she will undoubtedly bury a lot of the time. Seeing Halep as the outsider, given her record on grass, is too good to turn down.

Serena Williams to beat Svetlana Kuznetsova 2-1. Two of the elder stateswomen of the game, and they know each other’s games like the back of their hands. While I can see Serena winning this, Kuznetsova has been playing well enough that she should nick a set from Serena, whose serve has, at times, been out of sorts. To be fair, it’s been her second serve that’s been letting her down, and if Kuznetsova can put a few strong service games in, which she is more than capable of doing, Serena could be in trouble. I wouldn’t also put you off having a small bet on the Russian veteran at nice-looking odds, but I just think Serena will do enough to get through here, but in a close three-setter.

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