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The Weekly Accumulator – We’re tipping a 725/1 Wimbledon accy

| 27.06.2011

Not only is it the hottest day of the year but Wimbledon is putting on a spectacular show today in what is being dubbed ‘manic Monday’.

16 fourth round ties across the men’s and women’s draws are being played today and with Andy Murray taking on Richard Gasquet, Rafael Nadal taking on Juan Martin del Potro and Marion Bartoli taking on Serena Williams, Wimbledon punters are in for top class action all day.

So while we enjoy the incredible tennis and the blazing sunshine, we’re also pretty confident of landing a 725/1 Wimbledon accumulator today and while upsets may be hard to come by, we think we’ve found a few.

Roger Federer to beat Mikhail Youzhny at 1/33
Novak Djokovic to beat Michael Llodra at 1/20
Rafael Nadal to beat Juan Martin del Potro at 1/5
Maria Sharapova to beat Shuai Peng at 1/5
Serena Williams to beat Marion Bartoli at 2/9
Sabine Lisicki to beat Petra Cetkovska at 2/9
Caroline Wozniacki to beat Dominkia Cibulkova at 1/4
Andy Murray to beat Richard Gasquet at 1/4
Feliciano Lopez to beat Lukasz Kubot at 1/3
Petra Kvitova to beat Yanina Wickmayer at 1/3
Tomas Berdych to beat Mardy Fish at 2/5
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga to beat David Ferrer at 4/9

Ksenia Pervak to beat Tamira Paszek at 11/8
Bernard Tomic to beat Xavier Mallisse at 6/4
Tsvetana Pironkova to beat Venus Williams at 15/8
Nadia Petrova to beat Victoria Azarenka at 9/4

Combining all 16 selections in an accumulator would return £724.21 to the £1 and we’re confident we’ve found the upsets in Monday’s action.

Victoria Azarenka’s match with Nadia Petrova is a tough one to call but this will be their third meeting at Wimbledon and both players have one win to their name.

Petrova is yet to drop a set in the tournament yet and has had the better of Azarenka on two of their four career meetings and this match looks set to provide the biggest upset of the day.



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.