Tennis betting accumulator tips and best bets for day eight of the 2022 Wimbledon Championships at the All England Club, London.
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Best combined bets for the eighth day
Victory for Alex De Minaur 3-0 against Cristian Garin
Nick Kyrgios beat Brandon Nakashima
Taylor Fritz beat Jason Kubler
Rafael Nadal beat Botic van de Zandschulp
Simona Halep beat Paula Badosa
Elena Rybakina beat Petra Martic
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Cristian Garin vs. Alex De Minaur
Alex De Minaur defeated Liam Broady in straight sets in the final round and could repeat the round against Cristian Garin, who did well to reach this far but would be seen even better on a slower surface. De Minaur has won all three previous meetings with Garin in straight sets, including on the grass at Eastbourne two weeks ago when he ran out of a convincing 6-3 6-3 winner.
Brandon Nakashima vs. Nick Kyrgios
Nick Kygrios may have his own ideas about the game, but the eccentric Aussie looks hungry for success at Wimbledon and should be able to beat Brandon Nakashima with ease. Kyrgios looked good beating his second-round opponent Filip Krajinovic and backed that up with a four-set success against Greece’s fourth seed Stefanos Tsitsipas. It doesn’t seem any more difficult and a replication of those performances would see him win.
Jason Kubler vs. Taylor Fritz
Taylor Fritz warmed up for Wimbledon with title success at Eastbourne and the improving American may have too many weapons for world number 99 Jason Kubler. The Aussie had a great tournament, going through three qualifiers as well as three main draw matches, but Fritz is currently a cut above the opponent he faced.
Botic van de Zandschulp against Rafael Nadal
Rafael Nadal won the first two Grand Slam titles of this season in Australia and France and he delivered his most convincing performance at Wimbledon this year in a straight-set victory over Lorenzo Sonego. The super Spaniard should easily outclass Botic van de Zandschulp, whom he defeated 6-3 6-2 6-4 at Roland Garros in May.
Paula Badosa vs. Simona Halep
2019 Wimbledon champion Simona Halep has made serene progress at the All England Club this year and the Romanian can find a way past Paula Badosa. Halep has now lost just one of her last 17 matches finished on grass, with her only loss to this time to Beatriz Haddad Maia in the semi-finals in Birmingham last month, and she looks to be a serious contender for the title this year.
Elena Rybakina vs. Petra Martic
Elena Rybakina has handled a tough schedule well at Wimbledon and after recording straight-set wins over Coco Vandeweghe, Bianca Andreescu and Qinwen Zheng, the 23-year-old Kazakh should be optimistic about her chances against Petra Martic, who started the tournament . 57 places below in the world ranking.
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FIRST PUBLICATION AT 5:05 PM, JULY 3, 2022