The Aussie hasn't played a tie-break in 3 of his last 4 matches. In the last four matches of Popyrin in the first set have been played at least ten games.Bet Now!
Despite the fact that it is difficult for Kay to play on the grass, he has been showing great play at Wimbledon lately. In 2018 and 2019 he reached the quarterfinals here. For example, in the last match he was stopped only by Roger Federer. Now the Japanese is not averse to repeating his achievement.
The year before last, Popyrin reached the second round at Wimbledon. Then he lost in four games to Daniil Medvedev.
We believe that Popyrin will again create problems for himself, so we suggest giving preference to the more stable Nishikori.
Our prediction is the victory of Nishikori, taking into account the handicap (-3.5) of the game for the odds of 1.72 in BC 1xBet.
Nishikori is a fairly qualified tennis player, so he is unlikely to provide many opportunities for Popyrin. The Japanese have won most of their last matches at Wimbledon in three sets, so we doubt the Australian will be able to give him a fight.
Second prediction is for a total under 40.5 games in 1.66.
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