Best Tennis Betting Tips for Saturday, June 11: Daily Tennis Predictions: Semifinal Action on Show

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All the semifinals at Rosmalen, Nottingham and Stuttgart will be played on Saturday, June 11 with some of the top players in action on the day. Below we look at some of our best tennis betting tips for the day.

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Matteo Berrettini v Oscar Otte

It’s a battle between the previous year’s Wimbledon runner-up Berrettini and Otte, a late bloomer who has made it as far as the semifinal here thanks to his ever-improved display here.

Berrettini is also coming off a three-month long layoff because of an injury and has not had it easy so far. In both his matches he’s played, after getting a first round bye, the Italian has been stretched to three sets despite starting out as a heavy favourite.

On the other hand Otte benefitted from a walkover from Benjamin Bonzi last round but in the two matches that preceded it, the German carved out four tie-breaker wins. He doesn’t look like one to be cowed down.

Expecting a tight match here that goes into a third set given what’s been on show so far.

Tip: Three sets in the match: 6/4 (Click Here to Bet with bet365)

Alison Riske v Viktorija Golubic

Riske has shown both sides of the spectrum over her career – some excellent tennis followed by prolonged dips in fortune. This is one tournament in which it’s been the former, with the American reaching the semifinal on the back of victories over Snigur, Caroline Garcia and Harriet Dart.

And against Golubic, who is ranked 55th in the world, she will hold that edge – the edge of confidence from her previous results but more vitally of having done well on grass. Riske, after all, has won a title on grass (in Rosmalen in 2019) and was a finalist here in 2016.

Golubic, on the other hand, was fortunate to come through against Emma Raducanu after the latter retired because of an injury, then eased past Heather Watson before shocking Ajla Tomljanovic. She will be no pushover but we still have to side with Riske to win this.

Tip: Riske to win: 2/5 (Click Here to Bet with bet365)

Felix Auger-Aliassime v Tim Van Rijthoven

This is battle of the unequal but we could still see a bit of a fight here. Felix Auger-Aliassime has already taken out Karen Khachanov but it’s not been easy for him – needing three tie-breakers in four sets to get moving.

Rijthoven has had to strive hard too but hey, he was ranked 205th in the world coming into this tournament. He has already sent Matthew Ebden, Taylor Fritz and Hugo Gaston out while not starting out as a favourite in any of those matches.

In this match against Auger-Aliassime, he will fancy his chance to make a match out of it and push his Canadian opponent hard. Expecting a few more games in this one.

Tip: Over 21.5 games in the match: 4/6 (Click Here to Bet with bet365)

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