Best Tennis Betting Tips for Monday, June 6: Daily Tennis Predictions

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The grass swing for the season will officially kick off on Monday, June 6 with matches at four different tournaments played across Europe. Below we look at some of our best tennis betting tips for the day.

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Anna Kalinskaya v Suzan Lamens

These are two players with very little experience on grass which is why odds of 1/5 for an Anna Kalinskaya win seems to be rather short to go for.

At least Kalinskaya has played a few matches on this surface, having never won a main draw encounter but her opponent, the wildcard Lamens is in what will be her first match ever on grass, ITF and qualifiers included.

What we think is Lamens could put up a fight against a player who is struggling in recent times – Kalinskaya is coming off a three-match losing streak and has lost four of her previous five – but will still go down.

Expect this to be a fighting two-setter or even a three-setter as a result of the aforementioned.

Tip: Over 19.5 games in the match: 5/6 (Click Here to Bet with bet365)

Aryna Sabalenka v Kateryna Baindl

Sabalenka and Baindl will go head to head at Rosmalen in an opening round match today with the top seeded player from Belarus expected to win easily.

Sure, Sabalenka was bounced out of French Open in the third round but then the season’s second Grand Slam remains her least productive one anyway. Grass is another story and Sabalenka will hope she can shrug off her season form issues to kick start things off with a solid showing.

Baindl has had her injury issues and as a result has struggled to get going this season as well, playing in only her first main draw match of the year. Expecting any kind of an upset is out of question here but more importantly Sabalenka could run Baindl out easily in straight sets.

Tip: Sabalenka to win AND Under 17.5 games: 6/5 (Click Here to Bet with bet365)

Lorenzo Sonego v Benoit Paire

As far as form goes, Sonego might not be at his best but he did make it to the third round at French Open.

Compare that with Paire, and we are looking at a huge difference in what we can expect from the two players – on the one side is someone who can be expected to give it his best and on the other is the Frenchman whose results over the last couple of years have been shockingly bad, and that’s putting it mildly.

Sonego is not just a heavy favourite here but can also be expected to win this in straight sets unless Paire can conjure up some kind of magic. Which, we believe, he might not, at the moment.

Tip: Sonego to win in straight sets: 1/1 (Click Here to Bet with bet365)

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