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The world No. 49 Medvedev continues his outstanding run in 2017. Against our expectations, Stan Wawrinka couldn’t find the answer to Medvedev’s powerful game in the opening round. At the age of 21, Daniil secured not only his first career victory over a Top 10 opponent but also his first appearance in the 2nd round of a Grand Slam event. Taking a look now at Medvedev’s stats in the previous round, the Russian ended the match with impressive numbers – 42 winners and only 29 unforced errors.
Playing on grass brings the best out of Bemelmans with an impressive 70.37% career record at the All England Club. For the 4th time in his career, the 29-year-old Belgian earned a place into Wimbledon’s main draw as a qualifier. The world No. 124 surprised the German veteran Tommy Haas in the opening round. Regardless of Wednesday’s outcome, Bemelmans already ensured his return to the Top 110 and also a prize money of £57,000.
Despite Medvedev’s brilliant win in the previous round, it’s hard for the players to perform at the same level after such an important victory. On the other hand, Bemelmans is never an easy opponent to face. In addition to his undeniable talent, Ruben is left-handed, which is always an advantage on this surface. With this in mind, our recommendation is for you to take advantage of Bemelmans’ tennis betting odds by placing a bet on the Belgian’s set handicap.Free Tennis Pick: Bemelmans +2.5 Sets (-114)Best Line Offered: Pinnacle
Andy Murray (1) Vs. Dustin Brown
Despite some concerns regarding Murray’s physical condition, the defending champion didn’t experience any problems in his 2017 Wimbledon debut against Alexander Bublik. With an impressive 85.71% winning record in this event, the world No. 1 is looking for his 3rd career title at the All England Club. Besides not losing a single service game on the opening round, Murray won 70.59% of the points on Bublik’s serve. Adding to this, Murray ended the match with a 2.9 winners-to-unforced errors ratio.
Playing in Wimbledon brings great memories to Brown. Besides his 15-7 career record at the All England Club, the 32-year-old German is well-known for his remarkable victory over Rafael Nadal in the 2nd round of the 2015 Wimbledon tournament. Known as one of the most unpredictable players on the ATP Tour, Brown is always looking for an opportunity to rush into the net. Dustin’s performance against Joao Sousa in the opening round is a perfect example of that with the German playing 69 points at the net.
This will be the 2nd career meeting between these two players with Murray emerging victorious their previous encounter at the 2010 US Open by 7 5, 6-3, 6-0.
Despite Brown's undeniable quality, Murray should be a terrible matchup for the German. Known as one of the best defenders in tennis history, Andy shouldn’t experience any major issues against Brown’s offensive tennis. Having said that, our advice is for you to add Murray’s games spread to your betting picks as the best play for this match.Free Tennis Pick: Murray -7 Games (-125)Best Line Offered: BetOnline