Top Men's Tennis Picks for Wimbledon Day 6

Grigor Dimitrov

Friday, July 7, 2017 7:34 PM GMT

Join our expert tennis capper for his top betting selections for the Wimbledon Day 6 on the men's side. He'll provide a detailed analysis, explaining why you should grab this betting duo.

[/]{"component":"video", "type":"youtube", "url":"https://www.youtube.com/embed/5DFaWVL00T0", "videoSize":"Large" }[/]Milos Raonic (6) vs. Albert Ramos-Vinolas (25)

Albert Ramos-Vinolas continues his sensational run in 2017. Even though grass is far from Ramos-Vinolas’ favorite surface, the 29-year-old Spaniard is for the second consecutive year in the 3rd round of Wimbledon. Known as one of the best competitors on the ATP World Tour, Albert is never an easy opponent to face on any surface. After an impressive straight sets win over Jordan Thompson on his debut at the All England Club, Ramos-Vinolas emerged victorious from a five-set battle against Andrey Rublev in the following round.

Playing in Wimbledon brings great memories to Milos Raonic. Besides his impressive 75.00% winning record on this event, Raonic is also the 2016 runner-up at the All England Club. Despite his unquestionable quality, the world no.7 is not going through a good moment in his career due to an ongoing hamstring injury. As usual, Raonic’s serve has been the key to his success on this event with the 26-year-old Canadian firing an incredible average of 1.18 aces per service game in Wimbledon.

This will be the 3rd career meeting between these two players with Raonic winning their first encounter at the Davis Cup in 2013 while Ramos-Vinolas got his revenge last year at the French Open.

Due to Milos’ brilliant record on this event, he’s the undeniable favorite to win this match. Although we agree with Raonic’s favoritism, this should be a much closer match than the odds suggest. With this in mind, our suggestion is for you to add the bet “Tie Break in the Match? – Yes” to your betting picks since we expect at least one tie break on this contest.

Free Tennis Pick: Tie Break in the Match? – Yes (-175)
Best Line Offered: at Bet365

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 Grigor Dimitrov (13) vs Dudi Sela

Dudi Sela continues his impressive campaign on the 2017 grass-court season. After winning the Nottingham Challenger, the 32-year-old Israeli secured a place in Wimbledon’s 3rd round for the first time since 2009. Despite his 5’9’’, Sela staged an incredible upset on the previous round against the 6’10’’ American – John Isner. With this victory, Dudi already ensured not only his return to the top 75 but also an important prize money of £90,000.

Known as one of the most talented and athletic players on the ATP World Tour, Grigor Dimitrov failed to live up to expectations. Nevertheless, the 2008 Junior Wimbledon champion holds a terrific 66.67% career record on this event. Taking a look now at Grigor’s campaign on this year’s edition, the 2012 semifinalist reaches this stage of the competition after an impressive 6 – 3 6 – 2 6 – 1 victory against Grigor Dimitrov. Adding to this, Dimitrov saved all the 7 break points he faced on that match.

These two players know each other for a very long time with their first encounter taking place in 2010. Despite Dudi’s victory on their first meeting, Dimitrov won all their following four matches.

Despite Sela’s incredible win against Isner in the previous round, Dimitrov is a completely different match-up. Grigor’s win against this opponent at the 2014 US Open is a perfect example of that with the Bulgarian losing only 5 games on that match. Having said that, our advice is for you to take advantage of Dimitrov’s tennis betting odds by placing a bet on the world no.11 to win this match in straight sets.

Free Tennis Pick: Grigor Dimitrov 3 - 0 (-125)
Best Line Offered: at Coral

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