Bet Of The Day June 30

Andrew Hendrie:
Bet Of The Day June 30

The Wimbledon second round match between Nick Kyrgios and Filip Krajinovic features as’s best bet for Thursday June 30.

Bet Of The Day June 30 – read on below for our reasoning behind today’s best bet.

Key Points

  • Kyrgios is 3-0 vs Krajinovic
  • Kyrgios is 6-1 in Wimbledon R2 matches
  • Kyrgios has only lost to top 10 players in completed Wimbledon matches
  • Kyrgios has seen at least one tiebreak in 14 of his last 17 matches on grass
  • Krajinovic has seen at least one tiebreak in his last seven Grand Slam matches
  • Krajinovic has won just one match at Wimbledon (his R1 on Tuesday)
  • Kyrgios has won 10 of his last 12 completed matches on grass

We’re off to Wimbledon for today’s best bet as Aussie star Nick Kyrgios targets a spot in the third round against 26th seed Filip Krajinovic.

Both players survived tense opening round matches in dramatic five-setters and we’re backing another lengthy affair here.

Kyrgios was far from his best and suffered several trademark concentration lapses before closing out British wildcard Paul Jubb 7-5 in the fifth. Krajinovic meanwhile recovered from two sets to one down to prevail 6-4 in the fifth against the talented Jiri Lehecka.

Despite Kyrgios’ shaky win on Tuesday, he should be better for the run here. It takes the very best to stop him at Wimbledon, with all five of his defeats in completed matches coming against top 10 players.

Additionally, Kyrgios owns a perfect 3-0 record over Krajinovic.

However, as mentioned, we’re also backing a long match with over 36.5 total games. Kyrgios obviously has one of the best serves on tour and his return game is fairly average, which of course leads to plenty of tiebreaks on grass.

Indeed, Kyrgios has seen at least one tiebreak in 14 of his last 17 matches on grass, including in his first round against Jubb, while two other sets ended in a 7-5 score.

Furthermore, Krajinovic is also no stranger to tiebreaks – the Serbian saw two in his first round, while the other three sets were 7-5 and 6-4 6-4. Krajinovic has also seen at least one tiebreak in his last eight straight Grand Slam matches.

With Kyrgios not at his best, Krajinovic – who is in form after making the Queens final – could easily snatch a set here, but even in a straight sets match, over 36.5 total games could still land with two tiebreaks and a 7-5 set.



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