Wimbledon picks up!
The Wimbledon is steadily pacing towards the championship round and we have now battle-hardened players remaining in the competition. With the competition moving towards the Round of 16, we are rapidly heading towards the last few days. In this Round of 16 game, Brandon Nakashima will take on Nick Kyrgios on 4 July. Nakashima defeated Daniel Galan 6-4, 6-4, 6-1. Meanwhile, Nick Kyrgios complete a marathon win, defeating Stefanos Tsitsipas 7-6, 6-4, 6-3, 7-6. These two players entered as unseeded athletes but they have beaten players ranked higher than them continuously. Kyrgios’ service game has been on point but can he keep his focus further into the tournament?Bet on Wimbledon with 1xBet
How to Watch Brandon Nakashima vs Nick Kyrgios?
BBC continues to undertake broadcasting rights for Wimbledon games in the United Kingdom. For those who are in the USA, you can watch this tournament on ESPN. EuroSport has been broadcasting games in the European nations. For the people in Indian subcontinent, Star Sports is showing the tournament. For those who like to stream, Hotstar is delivering the game for Indian subcontinent viewers whereas Fubo, Sling TV, and Hulu TV have been doing so for global viewers.
Brandon Nakashima: Another deep run
Nakashima has surely shown his mettle during Wimbledon. He comes into the game after a strong effort against Daniel Galan, not dropping more than four games in a set and straight-up pulverizing Daniel in the last set. He has committed just one double-fault in three games and this type of play has become the hallmark of the USA athlete. He has been precise with his serves and landed 72% of his first serves while having a stellar 82% win on first serve. He broke Daniel’s serve so much that he had a 41-13 receiving points advantage.
Brandon had beaten Denis Shapovalov in the second round and in that game too, he was doing a great job in terms of service. Nakashima has usually reached the Quarter-Finals in the major tournaments and in the French Open too, he did a good job of reaching till the Third Round. It is clear that the athlete has been developing at an incredible rate and has figured out how to make deep runs. He has a lot of potentials and perhaps can spark something special in Wimbledon.Bet on Wimbledon with 1xBet
Nick Kyrgios: Strong forehand, too many shenanigans
In what has undoubtedly been the most dramatic and temper-flaring game of the tournament, Nick defeated Tsitsipas on the back of another strong delivery. He was serving it out quick, both from the racquet and from his mouth, which surely upset the rhythm of Stefanos. More than anything, Nick was aggressive throughout the game and his serve speed was unmatched by Tsitsipas. He is looking dangerous right now and can potentially be going deep.
Nick’s sportsman spirit has been questioned throughout his career. He has had incredibly heated moments, shouting at umpires, spitting on a fan, calling Stefanos all sorts of names, and provoking him. There is one thing for sure, despite all these things that make him a villain, he has one of the strongest forehands in the game and when his service game is going, there is no answer for it. His own tactics can backfire at him but when he is focused, he is quite dangerous.
Who will win the match between Nick Kyrgios and Brandon Nakashima?
Nick has been phenomenal so far and he will come into this game extinguishing Stefanos’ campaign. The grassy surface has aided his serves well and the pace has been too much to handle at times. He knows how to get on people’s nerves and Nakashima will need to pull off a calm and collected effort here. Whether Nick acts it out or genuinely has this personality is unclear, but he makes the game more fun for sure. Brandon is known for not getting rattled but frankly, I see Nick dominating this game.
And bookmakers at 1xbet certainly agree with that as they are giving the odds of 1.32 for Nick to win this game. This is barely a surprise, to be honest. Can Brandon prove these odds of 3.7 wrong?
Will this be a short affair where Nick takes care of the business within three straight sets? Yes, that’s what I believe will happen here, that is why I’d rather go for Total “Under” 37.5 that has the odds of 1.97.Bet on Wimbledon with 1xBet