Four new tournaments start off on Monday, June 13 with their first round matches to be played in Halle, London, Birmingham and Berlin. Below we look at some of our best tennis betting tips for the day.
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Maria Osorio Serrano v Harriet Dart
Osorio Serrano might have gained prominence with her performances on clay which includes one career title win on that same surface but that’s not to say she cannot do well on grass.
In fact, it was at Wimbledon last season when as a qualifier, Maria Osorio Serrano found herself dishing out a career-best Grand Slam performance when she reached the third round there.
Dart has done her bit on grass, having reached the quarterfinal at Nottingham last week but given her inconsistencies, would that be enough to find her way past Osorio Serrano here. The odds on offer for an Osorio Serrano win, 6/5, are far too tempting to let go.
Backing the Colombian to clinch this.
Tip: Osorio Serrano to win: 6/5 (Click Here to Bet with bet365)
Pablo Carreno Busta v Holger Rune
While Carreno-Busta is the higher ranked player in this one, his record on grass is quite underwhelming – five career wins to 11 defeats. With not a lot of confidence to speak about and his opponent, Rune coming into this one with a quarterfinal appearance at French Open, things could get rather interesting.
While we do not think Rune is a 4/5 favourite for this one, the chances of it being a fighting encounter are quite high.
Expect more than 22.5 games in this encounter, or even a three-setter.
Tip: Over 22.5 games in the match: 5/6 (Click Here to Bet with bet365)
Andrey Rublev v Nikoloz Basilashvili
On paper, Rublev is a huge favourite for this one given the difference in the pedigree of these two rivals, with the Russian starting out a 2/9 odds on favourite to win it.
However, this is an interesting rivalry with three wins for Rublev and two for Basilashvili from the five times they have played. Three of these matches have gone to three sets, including one at Halle last year which Rublev won.
Expect this to be another tight match that could go either way.
Tip: Three sets in the match: 6/4 (Click Here to Bet with bet365)
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