Wimbledon: Day three bets

  • Last Updated: June 26 2013, 14:46 BST

Our Andy Schooler and Sky Sports' tennis pundit Barry Cowan are providing their tips for each day's action at Wimbledon.

Vasek Pospisil: Can test Youzhny with his serve

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 Wednesday's play.

Andy Schooler, sportinglife.com

Tie-break in the Vasek Pospisil v Mikhail Youzhny match at 10/11 (Coral)

Canadian Pospisil has a real weapon on fast courts in the form of his booming serve. He hit no fewer than 25 aces in his three-set, first-round victory. Although he faces a step up in class of returner here, a breaker beckons. Their previous clash - indoors at the end of last season - saw the first set go to the tie-break and the majority of Pospisil's matches have featured one this season. Yes, the opposition is of a higher quality - Youzhny is well prepared having reached the Halle final - but he doesn't face this sort of delivery every week. The Russian is also serving well and there has to be a strong chance of at least one set going the distance. I suggest you take the 10/11 as the outcome is rated a 4/6 shot by most firms offering this market.

Barry Cowan, Sky Sports

Hewitt & Cilic to win & Murray & Federer to both win 3-0 at 5/6

Kubot, Paire, Isner, Benneteau, Troicki, Youzhny & Mahut all to win at 16/1

Ivanovic, Azarenka & Bartoli all to win at 10/11

Wozniacki, Petkovic, Kvitova & Jankovic all to win at 9/2

I see no way in which Lu can trouble Murray and Federer was in imperious form on Monday, while Hewitt and Cilic were also impressive.

  • All Barry's selections are with Sky Bet, who are donating all winnings to his chosen charity, Have A Heart.