She is a decent-sized underdog, but most books are only giving +155 to +165 on this, so +180 is great value.
Golubic coasted to victory in the first round with a straight-set win over Andrea Petkovic. What stands out most about that is her performance on break points. Golubic had four chances to clinch a break of Petkovic’s serve and capitalized on all four opportunities.
That’s a good sign going into a match as the underdog, where creating break point chances and ultimately capitalizing on them will be crucial.
Krejcikova also won in straight sets, but needed a tiebreaker to squeak by in her first set of the tournament.
Golubic at +180 is a great play to start off the day.
Denis Shapovalov vs. Brandon Nakashima Betting Pick: Shapovalov -2.5 Game Spread | -110 at Caesars
Approx. 9 a.m. ET
This is another value play, as most books have this listed at about -125.
Shapovalov needed all five sets to get through to the second round, but seemed to figure it all out in a 6-1 fifth-set performance. Additionally, both sets he lost in the match required a tiebreak, so he was never completely outplayed at any point.
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He came into the tournament as the No. 13 seed and is one of the favorites to progress into the second week of Wimbledon.
His opponent, Brandon Nakashima, got by his first round opponent in four sets, but is just 20 years old with limited Wimbledon experience.
Let’s ride with the favorite to cover the 2.5 game spread here.