Wimbledon Men’s Final – Best Betting Tips

Alex Campean

Saturday, July 14, 2018 6:35 PM UTC

Saturday, Jul. 14, 2018 6:35 PM UTC

The Master Djokovic is back and eager to win the trophy.

<h2><a href="https://www.oddsmarket.com/tennis/world/atp/wimbledon-london-great-britain/kevin-anderson-vs-novak-djokovic-3514642?mtid=126">Kevin Anderson vs Novak Djokovic</a></h2><p>Former champion, Novak Djokovic reached his 1st Wimbledon final since 2015 with a brilliant five-set victory against 2nd seed and No. 1 ATP, Rafael Nadal. Djokovic had led 2-1 when play was stopped on Friday due to bad light but Nadal showed that he is a great champion forcing a 5th set on Saturday. Coming on the back of a black period in his tennis career fully packed with injuries, surgeries and some personal issues, Djokovic may have struggled at times in the tournament but he is back and is having an outstanding campaign in the 3rd Grand Slam of the year. He’s been very good on grass-court this season and he enters this match with a 10-1 record. Djokovic dazzled the Spanish champion with his activity all over the court, having a rock-solid defense and using his superb backhand to create huge damage and win incredible points. Nole has already been very successful at Wimbledon and although this is not his favourite surface, he is one of the best players on grass. He is looking very relaxed and motivated to get the job done and lift the trophy without putting any pressure on him. The general feeling heading into this final match was that the Serbian superstar, after his 2-year slump, is back at his highest level and ready to fight for his place in top 3 ATP.</p><p>On the other side, Kevin Anderson needed six hours and 36 minutes to beat John Isner in an epic match featuring 96 games and being decided in 5 sets. This was the 2nd longest tennis match in the history after another Wimbledon match, Isner vs Mahut, 8 year ago. Anderson has been on court for over 21 hours in this tournament, also managing to come back from 2 sets down and win against Roger Federer in the quarter finals. Anderson’s gift for his superb victory over his former US college rival is a spot in Sunday’s final against Novak Djokovic. Anderson became the 1st South African player to reach the Wimbledon final since Brian Norton in 1921. He will definitely try his best and play his chances on Sunday but he is certainly the underdog not only by the level of tennis but also due to his fitness. He will not be able to recover 100% after his last 2 long fixture. Djokovic is huge favourite to win this match and tournament being priced at 1.2 <a href="https://a.bookmakersreview.com/record/v?c=132&amp;a=32b59d0e-2bfb-43ac-987d-fd24429abae0&amp;f=2">with Betfair.</a></p><p>Best pick for the match: Djokovic to win in straight sets at 2.3 <a href="https://a.bookmakersreview.com/record/v?c=132&amp;a=87e126f9-4229-4364-9464-7fbff2763146&amp;f=2">with WilliamHill.</a></p>
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