Wimbledon: Day five bets

  • Last Updated: June 28 2013, 16:35 BST

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

Juan Monaco: Not a fan of the grass
Juan Monaco: Not a fan of the grass

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 Friday's play.

Andy Schooler, sportinglife.com

Kenny de Schepper to beat Juan Monaco at 23/10 (BetVictor, Boylesports)

The 6ft 8in Frenchman was banging down the aces in his only match so far (he received a second-round walkover) and is sure to cause Monaco problems. The Argentine is a decent returner but his impressive stats in that department have been built on other surfaces - he has never embraced the grass and his record on it, for someone who is a top-20 player, is poor. In contrast, De Schepper has prepared thoroughly for Wimbledon, playing three warm-up events on the surface. He's picked up some wins, albeit against opponents ranked lower than today's foe, and currently sits at a career-high ranking. Full of confidence and up against a man who may approach the match with some trepidation, De Schepper looks worth a punt at the price.

Barry Cowan, Sky Sports

Stephens & Kvitova both to win 9/4

Paire, Janowicz, Gulbis & Youzhny all to win and Murray to beat Robredo 3-0 15/2

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