Best Tennis Betting Tips for Wednesday, June 14: Daily Tennis Predictions: Tsitsipas, Dimitrov & Pliskova in Action

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The second round matches at the four grass court tournaments at Birmingham, Berlin, Halle and Queen’s Club will kick-start on Wednesday, June 15 and some of our top tennis betting tips for the day can be found below.

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Karolina Pliskova v Bianca Andreescu

This is an interesting one with Pliskova struggling to get herself the kind of form that had seen her rise to the top and Andreescu still recovering to get to full fitness. And for them to play in the second round, this early in this competition, speaks of how much of a distance they need to cover to get back to the top.

At first glance, this could turn out to be a tough contest but what tilts the scales in favour of Pliskova is their respective record on grass.

Pliskova loves this surface and has been a consistent figure in the latter stages of most tournaments, while Andreescu had won just one main draw match on grass prior to this tournament. A struggling, three-set win in the first round against Katerina Siniakova pointed to her difficulties on this surface.

Backing Pliskova to grab this one as a result.

Tip: Pliskova to win: 3/4 (Click Here to Bet with bet365)

Stefanos Tsitsipas v Nick Kyrgios

Tsitsipas has always struggled on grass, sure but for him to start off at 25/19 against Nick Kyrgios who has had a history of imploding makes it bit of a surprise. Which is also a good thing because it gives us a chance to go with the Greek player for this one.

As far as form goes, Tsitsipas might not have done well in Stuttgart last week but he has already made it to three finals this year with a title win in Monte-Carlo to boot.

And while Kyrgios did kick-start things here with a straight-set win against Daniel Altmaier, challenging Tsitsipas could be a different kettle of fish. Expecting a three-setter here or one that sees a gruelling two-setter which Tsitsipas might edge.

Tip: Over 23.5 games in the match: 11/14 (Click Here to Bet with bet365)

Grigor Dimitrov v Botic van de Zandschulp

On paper it looks like a close matchup between the world number 22 and 29 but other than that, there’s nothing too close about this clash at least as far as a grass court competition is concerned.

Dimitrov has all the experience in the world on this surface while van de Zandschulp has struggled here.

Last week, he was knocked out in the first round of the Rosmalen Open and in the first round here, the Dutchman almost suffered the same fate at the hands of Paul Jubb, a 227th-ranked player. And while he broke the jail to get through to the second, it looks highly unlikely the same would repeat here.

Tip: Dimitrov to win in straight sets: 11/10 (Click Here to Bet with bet365)

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