Wimbledon: Day 11 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 ahead of Friday's play.
Andy Schooler, sportinglife.com
Andy Murray to serve more than 10.5 aces v Jerzy Janowicz at 5/6 (Ladbrokes)
After yesterday's horror show from Flipkens, I'm hopeful Murray can get us back on the winning trail with this bet. While all the talk has been about Janowicz's big serve, Murray is no slouch in that department and his Polish opponent is not known for his returning. Murray hit nine aces in the three sets the pair played in Paris (on a relatively slow surface) at the end of last season, showing that having a 6ft 8in frame does not mean you get get a racquet to everything. He'll know mixing his serve up will be a must in this contest as if Janowicz serves like he can the match could be decided by a handful of key points. The Pole is likely to be kept guessing throughout and the 10.5 figure looks a tad low to me, particularly when you consider Nicolas Almagro was able to send 18 aces past him in three sets earlier in the competition. If the match is not settled in straight sets - more than possible - the bet should come in and even if it isn't then there's still a strong chance it does.
Barry Cowan, Sky Sports
Murray & Djokovic both to win 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.