Wimbledon betting tips: Best betting predictions for Day Four

Day four of Wimbledon consists mainly of second-round matches. With that said, it’s not just singles games occurring today. Many of the opening rounds for the men’s and women’s doubles are also kicking off today. And looking ahead to the key matches, I believe I have unearthed some awesome Wimbledon betting tips. These are all highlighted throughout. 

Wimbledon betting tips

As a reminder, the tips I am about to provide are not guaranteed. But they have been produced through key research into the players, their recent form, and their suitability for the grass courts of the All England Club. With that out of the way, let me now jump into the tips for the matches.

Wimbledon Betting Tips for Day 4

There are many matches scheduled today where one of the top seeds is taking on a relatively lowly ranked player. So it’s better to avoid these due to the poor odds. Instead, I’ve chosen to focus on some of the closer games in search of better odds, and better returns if the bets do pull through. So without further ado, here they are:

McDonald vs Gasquet – Gasquet to win – 2.20 odds

The first of my tips for today is for Gasquet to take down McDonald. With 2.20 odds for such a legend of the game to take this match, it’s pretty hard to resist this choice. Gasquet came through a thriller in the opening round against Sousa too. So his confidence should be riding high ahead of this match. McDonald also pulled through in his opener, of course, but he didn’t look as impressive as Gasquet.

Cressy vs Sock – Cressy to win – 1.44 odds

In this all-American clash between Sock and Cressy, I’m shooting for Cressy at 1.44 odds. I am giving this as one of my Wimbledon betting tips for a few reasons. First, Cressy has had a great grass-court season, making the finals of Eastbourne and posting some big wins throughout that week. Secondly, he has backed up this form with a huge win in the first round against Auger-Aliassime. So for me, he has the form and confidence to turn over Jack Sock today.

Andreescu vs Rybakina – Andreescu to win – 1.72 odds

Andreescu isn’t actually the higher ranked of these two players, despite being favoured to win, according to the odds. However, I do tend to agree with the bookies regarding the outcome here. She has recently made a grass-court final in Germany, and she looked decent in her opener against Bektas. Sure, Rybakina is bordering on the world’s top 20, but I feel Andreescu has this one.

Boulter vs Pliskova – Pliskova to win – 1.53 odds

There is a lot of hype surrounding Katie Boulter at the moment, understandably. She is a home favourite and she is playing some fantastic tennis. But it’s tough to go against Pliskova, especially with appealing odds of 1.53. People forget that she did indeed make the final of Wimbledon in 2021. And for me, she is one of the top grass-court players on tour. However, Boulter did beat her in Eastbourne, which is why the odds are higher than usual.

About the author

Gavin Davison

Gavin is a full-time copywriter based in the United Kingdom. He has previously played NCAA college tennis in the USA and competed in many international events throughout his younger days. He still plays competitively and follows both the ATP & WTA Tours closely. His favourite player is Roger Federer.

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