Wimbledon Thursday Plays

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We went 3-1 on the grass today, with the only loss being the longshot that Alcaraz would win 3-1 (he won in straight sets). Lets look to continue cashing!

(odds via DraftKings)

Benjamin Bonzi vs. Jenson Brooksby

The first bet will be the match between Benjamin Bonzi and the up-and-coming, young American, Jenson Brooksby. Bonzi has played well as of late, including his commanding 3-0 victory over Zdenek Kolar. Bonzi has won 3 of his last 4 matchups with his only loss coming to a top 10 player in Stefanos Tsitsipas. Brooksby finished his first round match against a tough opponent in Mikhail Kukushkin to a score of 3-0 as well, winning in a commanding fashion. I think Brooksby’s lack of experience on grass and in Majors will end his run here at Wimbledon. Benjamin Bonzi -130

 

Emil Ruusuvuori vs. Botic Van De Zandschulp

Our second play will start just after our first one ends. A matchup between Emil Ruusuvuori out of Finland, and Botic Van De Zandschulp out of the Netherlands. These two have only squared off once and the match was very competitive. Emil was victorious but this win did not come on grass. Botic on grass though, gets it done. Botic Van De Zandschlup-120 

Brandon Nakashima vs. Denis Shapovalov

Our last breakdown will be the match between young gun, Brandon Nakashima and the 16th-ranked Canadian, Denis Shapovalov. These two have never met on any surface at all but with Denis dropping 6 of his last 7 matches while Nakashima is 6-2 in his last 8 matches. I am going with the 20-year old Brandon Nakashima to capitalize on his opponents recent woes. Brandon Nakashima +13o

Lastly we have a chalky parlay bankroll builder backing some favorites together. Oftentimes in tennis you will have to mix and match players to find a line worth while:

Nick Kyrgios + Maxime Cressy + Stefanos Tsitsipas  at +120