Wimbledon: Day three bets

  • By: Andy Schooler and Barry Cowan
  • Last Updated: June 25 2014, 10:49 BST

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

Robin Haase: Can play on the grass
Robin Haase: Can play on the grass

Andy has now picked 21 winners from 28 bets at Wimbledon since the start of the 2012 tournament, while Barry boasts a winning record from his offerings at four of the last five Grand Slams he has offered predictions for.

Here are their thoughts ahead of Wednesday's play.

Andy Schooler, sportinglife.com

Robin Haase to beat Gilles Simon at 7/4 (General)

These two are separated by just nine places in the ATP rankings but the price gap looks too large. Haase knows how to play on grass, even if his results don't always suggest that. He beat Richard Gasquet in the Netherlands only last week and has pushed both Rafael Nadal and Lleyton Hewitt to five sets at Wimbledon in the past. He also dealt with Vasek Pospisil's big serve well in the opening round. Simon is enduring a poor season and holds a losing record coming into this match and just looks too short to me as we seek a third consecutive odds-against winner in SW19.

Barry Cowan, Sky Sports

David Ferrer, Marin Cilic & Tomas Berdych all to win at 1/2

Novak Djokovic & Andy Murray both to win 3-0 at 4/6

Fabio Fognini, Marin Cilic & Tomas Berdych all to win at 8/11

Marcos Baghdatis, Alexandr Dolgopolov, David Ferrer and Grigor Dimitrov all to win at 6/4

Fabio Fognini, Alexandr Dolgopolov, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga & Marin Cilic all to win at 2/1

Caroline Wozniacki, Flavia Pennetta, Yanina Wickmayer and Coco Vandeweghe all to win at 11/4

Elena Vesnina, Caroline Garcia, Petra Kvitova and Victoria Azarenka all to win at 4/1

Ernests Gulbis, Mikhail Youzhny, Robin Haase, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga all to win at 5/1

  • All Barry's selections are with Sky Bet, who are donating all winnings to the 'Rally For Bally' fund, set up in memory of former British number one Elena Baltacha, who died from liver cancer earlier this year. The money raised by the fund is being split between the Royal Marsden Cancer Charity and the Elena Baltacha Academy of Tennis.

  • Posted at 1000 BST on 25/06/2014.