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The Weekly Accumulator – We’re having another crack at Wimbledon

| 21.06.2011

There may be some of our selections from yesterday’s accumulator still to play but Jelena Dokic’s failure to beat Francesca Schiavone ended any hopes of a big win.

Dokic should of defeated Shiavone inside two sets yesterday, but the Australian’s failure to take her chances in the first set cost her dearly when the rain interrupted the third set.

Never to mind, with all this Wimbledon action we have a chance of redeeming ourselves and on the longest day of the year, hopefully plenty of tennis will be played today.

There are a few games from yesterday that haven’t started so we’re including those again as we search for a 20-fold accumulator that can reap dividends or a return of £98 to the pound in this case:

Roger Federer to beat Mikhail Kukushkin @1/200
Novak Djokovic to beat Jeremy Chardy @ 1/50
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga to beat Go Soeda @ 1/50
Caroline Wozniacki to beat Arantxa Parra-Santonja @1/33
Maria Sharapova to beat Anna Chakvetadze @ 1/33
Andy Roddick to beat Andreas Beck @ 1/25
Sam Stosur to beat Melinda Czink @ 1/20
Marion Bartoli to beat Kristyna Pliskova @ 1/20
Serena Williams to beat Aravane Rezai @ 1/16
Na Li to beat Alla Kudryavtseva @ 1/16
Ana Ivanovic to beat Melanie Oudin @ 1/8
Robin Soderling to beat Philipp Petzschner @ 2/9
Marcos Baghdatis to beat James Blake @ 1/4
Mikhail Youzhny to beat Juan Monaco @ 1/3
John Isner to beat Nicholas Mahut @1/2
Anne Keothavong to beat Naomi Broady @ 1/2

Tight Calls
Nikolay Davydenko to beat Bernard Tomic @ 6/5
Leyton Hewitt to beat Kei Nishikori @ 5/6
Tommy Robredo to beat Yen-Hsun Lu @ 11/10
Fernando Verdasco to beat Radek Stepanek @ 4/7

Backing all 20 selections to win in an accumulator would offer up odds of almost 98/1 and with less tight calls than yesterday, we’re confident that this is a winning formula.

Hewitt, Robredo and Davydenko are the tightest calls but we’re confident Hewitt’s tenacity can pull him through, Robredo has sufficiently recovered from injury and Davydenko can show his class against a youngster who is still learning.



Robbie Morris

Robbie studied sports journalism at the University of Gloucestershire, an establishment chosen for its proximity to Cheltenham racecourse, where he was a season ticket holder. Upon graduation, Robbie was a contributor to GolfPunk, a national magazine aimed at ridding golf of its traditionalist image, before joining the news.ladbrokes team.