Wimbledon: Day two bets
Our Andy Schooler and Sky Sports' tennis pundit Barry Cowan are providing their tips for each day's action at Wimbledon.
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Andy landed 11 winners from 13 bets at Wimbledon last year, while Barry nailed more than £800 of profit from £100 stakes at the recent French Open with his selections.
Here are their thoughts on ahead of Tuesday's play.
Andy Schooler, sportinglife.com
More than 18.5 games in Kaia Kanepi v Tara Moore at 3/4 (888sport)
Given the British performance on day one, this is a bet I may live to regret, but look at it in isolation and Moore's form suggests she won't roll over on her Wimbledon debut. She's at home on grass, a surface she thrashed the much higher-ranked Iveta Benesova on last year. This season she's pushed Kristina Mladenovic, who put up a good fight against Maria Sharapova on Monday in SW19, to 6-4 in the third at Edgbaston. In Eastbourne, Moore suffered another agonising defeat - 7-6 in the third to Kristina Pliskova. While those results suggest she may get tight at key moments, that's largely irrelevant to this bet. Kanepi may be a former quarter-finalist here but her other five visits have brought exits in the first two rounds. She is much more at home on the clay and has only played the one grasscourt match (which she lost) coming in. Moore can keep this tight and land a profit.
Barry Cowan, Sky Sports
Harrison, Lopez, Haas, Gasquet, Berdych, Ferrer, Raonic & Nishikori all to win at 11/2
Lisicki, Stosur, Mattek-Sands, A Radwanska, Hantuchova, Li & Petrova all to win at 8/1
Djokovic, Del Potro & Dimitrov all to win 3-0 & Tomic to beat Querrey 3-1 at 14/1
- All Barry's selections are with Sky Bet, who are donating all winnings to his chosen charity, Have A Heart.