Wimbledon: Day 13 bets

  • By: Andy Schooler and Barry Cowan
  • Last Updated: July 6 2014, 11:50 BST

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

Roger Federer: Decent price to win the final at 6/4
Roger Federer: Decent price to win the final at 6/4

Andy has eight winners from 12 bets so far at a level-stake profit of more than 24 units, while Barry nailed a 7/4 winner yesterday in the ladies' final.

Here are their thoughts ahead of Sunday's men's singles final between Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer.

Andy Schooler, sportinglife.com

Roger Federer to beat Novak Djokovic at 6/4 (Sky Bet, BetVictor, Ladbrokes)

I'm going to keep things simple today and back the man who has played the best tennis at the tournament and that's Federer. Djokovic has had a tougher route through and the fact he has made the final shows his toughness, but Federer has shown the better form for me. He's been superb on serve, losing his delivery just once in six matches so far. Federer matches up well against Djokovic - certainly much better than he does against Nadal - and their matches are usually highly competitive affairs, as was the case in both Indian Wells (where Djokovic won) and Dubai (where Federer triumphed) earlier this season. Yes, Federer will be tested more today than he has been in any match so far but he is totally at home on the grass, a surface on which he can match the Serb in terms of movement. Federer won their only previous grasscourt match - here two years ago - and at 6/4 he looks a decent bet to do so again. Those of you who already have Federer on your outright coupon following my ante-post tip may want to sit with what you've got.

Barry Cowan, Sky Sports

Roger Federer to beat Novak Djokovic 3-1 at 9/2

  • 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 1140 BST on 06/07/2014.