Best Value Bets for Wimbledon Day 2

João Mourato

Monday, July 2, 2018 10:25 PM UTC

Monday, Jul. 2, 2018 10:25 PM UTC

The first round comes to an end this Tuesday at the All England Club. Don’t miss the best value bets for Wimbledon Day 2.

<h2>David Ferrer vs. Karen Khachanov</h2><p>David Ferrer has been on a slow decline over the past few years. The former world No.3 only won 40.00% of the matches played in 2018 and hasn’t won a title in almost 12 months. Nevertheless, Ferrer is known for his indomitable spirit and should never be underestimated. The 36-year-old will play his 15<sup>th</sup> Wimbledon main draw with an impressive 28-14 record throughout his career at the All England Club.</p><p>Ferrer will play Russia’s Karen Khachanov in the first round at Wimbledon. Khachanov hopes to make another good run on a Grand Slam event after reaching the fourth round in Roland Garros. Adding to this, the 22-year-old started his grass-court season with an impressive performance in Halle, losing only in the semi-finals to Roberto Bautista Agut.</p><p>These two players will face each other for the second time in their careers. Despite Khachanov’s victory at the Open Sud de France earlier this season, Ferrer won the opening set. In addition, the Spaniard is also the more experienced of the two at this level. For that reason, it’s hard to find any value on Karen’s tennis betting odds at 1.25 with William Hill. On the other hand, <a href="https://a.bookmakersreview.com/record/v?c=147&amp;a=f682f8e1-79b8-45d0-939a-7163c28d604b" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Pinnacle</a> offers a very interesting line for Ferrer to win at least one set with his +2.5 Set Handicap at 1.75.</p><p> </p><h2>Angelique Kerber (11) vs. Vera Zvonareva (q)</h2><p>Wimbledon brings back great memories for Vera Zvonareva with the 33-year-old reaching the singles and doubles final in 2010. Two years after giving birth to daughter Evelina, Zvonareva will play her first Wimbledon main draw since 2014. The former world No.2 came through qualifying with an impressive 6-2, 6-3 win over American teenager Caroline Dolehide in the final round.</p><p>Zvonareva will begin her Wimbledon campaign against another former Wimbledon finalist – Angelique Kerber. The German is one of the best grass-court players on the WTA Tour and also one of the main contenders to lift the trophy at the All England Club. Looking now at the odds for this contest, the bookmakers expect a straightforward win from Kerber with <a href="https://a.bookmakersreview.com/record/v?c=147&amp;a=e605009c-af6d-4596-a06f-dbd28d37b12f" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Bet365</a> offering only 1.12 for her victory. Even though we agree with Angelique’s favouritism, the odds are too low to offer any value on the German. For that reason, the best approach is to bet on Zvonareva to cover her +6 game handicap at 1.84 with Pinnacle.</p>
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