Day 4 of Wimbledon 2019 Betting Odds

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C Costigan
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Previews and Predictions

The 4th day of Wimbledon will bring the menís second round to a conclusion. Who will survive and who will be left in tears at the All England Club?

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We will be discussing a few of the top matches and the likely winners.

Kei Nishikori #8 vs. Cameron Norrie

Nishikori will have a tough mental challenge as he faces the Brit Cameron Norrie. Having the crowd against him might rattle the Japanese a little, especially since grass courts are not his strong point. However, he is a much better player than Norrie is, and having reached the quarterfinals at Wimbledon has given Nishikori a confidence boost.

We expect him to have another deep run this year as he continues to improve his game on grass courts, but he may need more than three sets to offset his opponent.

Prediction: Nishikori in 4.

Mikhail Kukushkin vs. John Isner #9

John Isner has been out of commission for some time due to a foot injury. He didnít seem to have any trouble dispatching his first opponent Casper Ruud in straight sets, but he did seem overly cautious, which could mean his injury is not entirely healed.

Kukushkin can be dangerous on a grass court thanks to his aggressive shots. However, Isner has never lost to Kukushkin, and he seems to have regained his backhand, which along with his forehand and powerful serve should be enough to win this match.

Prediction: Isner in 4

Rafael Nadal #3 vs. Nick Kyrgios

If you are planning to watch only one match on Thursday, make sure itís this one.

Nadal and Kyrgios have a history, and although we would have loved to see this grudge match being played later in the tournament, it will still be lots of fun to watch.

Make no mistake, the Aussie can be dangerous on a grass court, and he seems to shine on a big stage. So, this match against the number 3 seed in the tournament is exactly what he lives for.

Kyrgios can give Nadal a run for his money is he keeps his head in the game, but this is precisely his Achilles heel. Kyrgios is known for being unpredictable, this would not be a bad thing if he were doing it consciously to throw his opponents off, but this doesnít seem to the case with him most of the time.

In short, Nadal needs to play at his best to win against the Aussie tomorrow, but weíve seen Nadal take on better opponents and come out on top.

Prediction: Nadal in 5

Jay Clarke vs. Roger Federer #2

Roger Federer has been criticized for seemly being overconfident in his first-round match against South African Lloyd Harris. After a slow start, Federer, ranked #2 woke up and smelled the danger; after that, it was business as usual.

Knowing Federer, this kind of mistake wonít be made again. After all, you donít get to be crowned champion at Wimbledon eight times by letting your ego get the best of you.

Jay Clarke is the kind of underdog you want to root for, he is a wild card in the tournament, and I suppose a lot of us are hoping to see another Boris Becker story come to life. Unfortunately for Clarke, his run at Wimbledon will most likely end tomorrow.

Prediction: Federer in straight sets.

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