July 4th Wimbledon Betting Guide | Tuesday Round 1 Picks & Predictions
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Editor's Note: Due to rain delays, a majority of outside matches have yet to start or have yet to be completed and have been pushed back to Wednesday, July 5th.
July 4th will be a busy day of play at Wimbledon, as some matches are yet to be finished from the opening day of play due to rain delays and a jam-packed Tuesday slate of matches have yet to be started.
That means it's a perfect day for tennis betting on the national holiday, and our tennis betting experts have written up their favorite round 1 picks and predictions ahead of the order of play.
Matches are listed in chronological order. Match times are subject to change and many will be played after the projected start time. Read here for advice on watching Wimbledon. Please bet responsibly.
July 4th Wimbledon Betting Guide
6 a.m. ET
It hasn't been a banner year for Tsitsipas or Thiem, but this match represents a chance to pick up a win on the duo's non-preferred surface.
Ducey previews the match and delivers his best bet.
6 a.m. ET
Young American Emma Navarro will be looking for an upset when she takes on Ekaterina Alexandrova in the first round at Wimbledon.
Does she have a chance? Gertler breaks it down.
The oddsmakers are not seeing too big of a gap between these two players, but Reid is seeing an edge in the tight moneyline odds.
See why he's backing the favorite to cruise in this match.
7:15 a.m. ET
It's not necessarily the Novak you're thinking of, but Reid still believes Dennis Novak of Austria will pose a stiff test to Milos Raonic in their round 1 battle.
He delivers his moneyline selection.
8 a.m. ET
Maria Sakkari has endured a poor grass court season, but the tournament that means the most by far is this one.
Will she be able to get her campaign off and running?
8 a.m. ET
In a match that was supposed to be played on Monday, Anett Kontaveit takes on Lucrezia Stefanini.
Gertler delivers his preview for the delayed match.
8:30 a.m. ET
Defending champion Elena Rybakina gets her defense campaign underway with a match against the big hitting Shelby Rogers.
See why our expert believes Rybakina could have trouble right out of the gate.
9 a.m. ET
An interesting stylistic matchup is on our hands with Begu vs Marino, and Gertler sees betting value as well.
Read on for his pick and analysis.
9:15 a.m. ET
Lucky loser Yosuke Watanuki is not to be under-estimated, at least according to our expert Reid.
See why he's targeting the underdog moneyline in this spot.
10:30 a.m. ET
One of the most entertaining matches of the day may come between American Frances Tiafoe and rising Chinese star Yibing Wu.
Holmberg looks at the matchup and evaluates why Tiafoe may have some difficulty.
10:30 a.m. ET
Qualifier Dominic Stricker comes in as the favorite in this contest, looking to pick up an important Wimbledon victory.
Will he be able to get past the more veteran Alexei Popyrin?
10:45 a.m. ET
A rematch of the French Open first round between these two is set to unfold on the grass, but Ducey is seeing a different winner this time around.
11:15 a.m. ET
Rounding out the action is a contest between Anna Blinkova and Yanina Wickmayer.
Reid has you covered with a full preview.