Wimbledon Quarter Finals: Eight remain on the men's sidePublished July 8, 2015 by Sol FH
Quarter Final action strikes at 13:00 GMT with a full day of Wimbledon action on all courts.
The most important tournament on the ATP tour is now in the Quarter Finals and the field has been sliced down to the last eight players on the men's side. The last sixteen are the cream of the crop and action will only get better from here on. Matches begin at 13:00 today but the online betting markets have been open for some time now. The odds are as competitive as the tournament with lucrative cash waiting to be won.
There are two matches to start the day featuring four of the top names in men's tennis. Canadian Vasik Pospisil vs UK hopeful Andy Murray and number one ranked Novak Djokovic vs Marin Cilic. It is clear who the favorites are in both games, but both Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic have been pushed hard so far and we could be in for some surprises.
Murray should be able to handle Pospisil, but expect the Wimbledon champion to lose a set before taking the match. Murray wins.
On the other side, French star Gilles Simon takes on Swiss legend Roger Federer. Federer looks to be in top form and it will take Simon the match of his life to move on to the Semi Finals. Federer has the record for most semifinals appearances at 44, which will surely be in the back of Simon's mind.
Roland Garros winner Stan Wawrinka goes to battle against surprise Quarter Final player Richard Gasquet. Wawrinka is determined to reach the Semi Finals and he has not been fazed by the competition thus far.
Expect the favorites to make the Semi Finals, with an all Swiss Semi Final to take place. Both Federer and Wawrinka will win.
Cilic needs a miracle at 9.00 to beat Djokovic at 1.071, while Murray has the edge (1.030) over Pospisil 15.00. On Court 1 it's Federer's game at 1.10 to Simon's 7.00, while Gasquet is only a few points behind Wawrinka at 2.75 and 1.44 respectively.
bet365 is offering those lines and dozens of additional online betting props across the Wimbledon board, including special offers on all matches.