The remaining opening round matches at Halle, Queen’s, Birmingham and Berlin will continue on Tuesday, June 14 and in the following article we look at some of our best tennis betting tips for the day.
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Pedro Martinez v Francisco Cerundolo
This is an interesting one in a lot of ways. Both players are ranked in their 40s, clay court specialists and struggling for form on their favourite surface.
Martinez is on a six-match losing streak since winning his first round match at Monte-Carlo. Cerundolo, on the other hand, has won a couple of qualifiers and a first round encounter in Lyon but nothing to suggest how well he has otherwise played this season.
And they go head to head on a surface, grass, which neither has too much experience on.
Martinez might have made it to the third round at Wimbledon last year but his form is so poor, you would end up backing Cerundolo, who starts off at 11/10 to win this.
Tip: Cerundolo to win: 11/10 (Click Here to Bet with bet365)
Garbine Muguruza v Andrea Petkovic
Under most circumstances, the world number 10 and a former Wimbledon winner Muguruza would have been a sweeping favourite against the 59th-ranked and 34-year-old Andrea Petkovic.
Instead, she starts off at 2/5 to win this because of the kind of form that Muguruza has shown all season – losing more than she has won in 2022.
Against Petkovicm and on grass though, Muguruza should have very little difficulties, with the German having struggled all career on this surface. Expect Muguruza to win but for a slightly riskier bet, go with Muguruza in straight sets.
Tip: Muguruza to win: 2/5 (Click Here to Bet with bet365)
Oscar Otte v Miomir Kecmanovic
In what could turn out to be an intriguing battle, tennis’ newest tie-breaker specialist Oscar Otte will take on Serbia’s Miomir Kecmanovic in this opener at Halle.
Otte is coming off six successive tie-breakers at Stuttgart, where a bit of a help from a player withdrawal, he was able to make it as far as the semifinal. And even in that last four stage encounter, Otte managed to make it extremely difficult for Matteo Berrettini before going down in two tie-breakers.
Kecmanovic does not have a lot of experience on grass but did do alright at Wimbledon last year. He hasn’t played a match so far on grass this year which could prove to be his undoing though against a player who has been in the thick of things. Especially if this goes to three sets.
Tip: Otte to win: 11/10 (Click Here to Bet with bet365)
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