Bet Of The Day July 10

Andrew Hendrie:
Bet Of The Day July 10

The Wimbledon fourth round match between Carlos Alcaraz and Matteo Berrettini features as’s best bet for Monday July 10.

Bet Of The Day July 10 – read on below for our reasoning behind today’s best bet.

Key Points

  • Berrettini has won his last nine sets at Wimbledon
  • Berrettini is yet to drop serve all tournament
  • Berrettini beat Alcaraz in their only previous slam meeting
  • Berrettini has only lost to Djokovic & Federer at Wimbledon since his debut in 2018
  • Berrettini has a 16-3 record at Wimbledon
  • Berrettini has won 23 of his last 25 matches on grass
  • Alcaraz dropped a set vs Jarry in his previous round
  • Alcaraz lost to Sinner in the fourth round last year at Wimbledon

We’re off to Wimbledon for today’s best bet as Matteo Berrettini looks to continue his scintillating form and register a big upset over top seed Carlos Alcaraz.

We landed our $2.14 BOTD yesterday at Wimbledon with Jessica Pegula crushing Lesia Tsurenko and we’re confident in Berrettini to give us a $3.00 win today.

Before the tournament, nobody gave Berrettini a chance at Wimbledon and with good reason – the Italian had been sidelined for several months with injury and was demolished in his only warm-up match on grass.

However, after dropping the opener against countryman Lorenzo Sonego in the first round, Berrettini has won nine straight sets, producing some absolutely thunderous tennis to beat Alex de Minaur and Alexander Zverev in three.

It’s actually the toughest possible draw Berrettini could have received, but he’s been untroubled, with his booming serve on fire.

Indeed, Berrettini hasn’t been broken at all so far this tournament, which obviously holds him in good stead against Alcaraz.

Quite simply, Alcaraz shouldn’t be a $1.40 favourite here. The Spaniard is obviously playing great and improving on grass all the time, but I think it’s fair to say he hasn’t been entirely convincing.

Alcaraz dropped a set to Nicolas Jarry in the third round and could have easily lost a set against Alexandre Muller in the previous round.

Berrettini also beat Alcaraz in their only previous meeting at a slam, prevailing in five sets at the 2022 Australian Open.

Alcaraz lost in the fourth round of Wimbledon last year to another Italian (Jannik Sinner), so he’s yet to clear this hurdle in his short career.

Berrettini is an absolute weapon on the Wimbledon lawns – since his debut in 2018, it’s taken Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic to stop him. The Italian has an impressive 16-3 record at Wimbledon and if he maintains his current level, he’s every chance of knocking out the top seed on Centre Court.



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