Third Round Roulette!
Wimbledon is now into its most swashbuckling phase and we keep on diving deeper. At this point, some dream match-ups will prop up for sure. There have been some big-time upsets and from this point on, it will be rather harsh to call it an “upset”, especially once things to the Round of 16. In the second-round game, Nick Kyrgios will clash against Stefanos Tsitsipas on 2 July at @06:15 PM (+03:00 UTC). Stefanos comes into this game after defeating Jordan Thompson 6-2, 6-3, 7-5. Nick defeated Filip Krajinovic in three straight sets, winning 6-2, 6-3, 6-1. Can this be one of the best games of the tournament?Bet on Wimbledon with 1xBet
How to Watch Nick Kyrgios vs Stefanos Tsitsipas?
BBC has once again been the leading broadcaster for the viewers in the United Kingdom. Fans in the USA can watch this tournament on ESPN. EuroSport will once again be the official broadcaster in European nations. For tennis lovers in the Indian subcontinent, Star Sports continues to be a big broadcaster. If you love watching online streams, Hotstar is the method for Indian subcontinent viewers while Fubo, Sling TV, and Hulu TV have been appointed as the international streaming platforms.
Nick Kyrgios: As lively as ever
Kyrgios got a straightforward win against Filip Krajinovic who entered the game as the 26-seeded player. Nick didn’t even allow Filip to be remotely in the contest and won in three sets. Nick had a strong first serve% of 74 and won 88% of the first serve. Kyrgios did a great job on receiving points and eked out 43-9 receiving points. Of course, he won 6/15 breakpoints and completely dominated the competition.
Kyrgios has already had his moments. Spitting in the direction of a fan, howled at an umpire, and continued to entertain many people with his energy. But above all, his unorthodox game continues to put off a bunch of opponents. Kyrgios is yet to win a Grand Slam and against elite opponents, his unorthodox style can turn on him. Overall, he has been in a great rhythm and has done amazing so far.Bet on Wimbledon with 1xBet
Stefanos Tsitsipas: A lot at stake
Stefanos Tsitsipas has done an incredible job so far in the tournament. He entered the tournament as the fourth-seeded athlete so there are a lot of expectations. He defeated Thompson quite easily. The key in that game was his ability to break the serve as he gained a huge 45-18 receiving points advantage. He had 58-56 service points and had an 85% win on the first serve and 68% win on the second serve.
During his last Grand Slam(French Open), Stefanos lost to Holger Rune in the fourth round. And since then, he did have a substantial run in Mallorca, reaching the Finals. Stefanos is yet to win a Grand Slam and his best return was during the 2021 French Open. In the last year’s Wimbledon, he managed to reach Fourth Round. He has a strong 68% win record in Grand Slams.
Who will win the match between Nick Kyrgios and Stefanos Tsitsipas?
This is one of the heated rivalries in the ATP circuit. Forget the rankings, forget the current form, a lot of it goes on when these two meet. Kyrgios can put organized and methodical players off their game but Stefanos has the tendency to overhit it at times, which can be perilous against Nick. And history shows it because Nick has beaten Stefanos three out of four times. The two recently met on the grass during Halle Open where Nick lost the first set but won two straight sets to get the game. Stefanos loves playing on grass but Nick has been able to take that away from him. How will this game go!
Due to the head-to-head advantage, Kyrgios has been given the odds of 1.75 to win the game as per 1xbet. Despite being a high-ranked player, Stefanos has the odds of 2.25.
Are we going to witness a long game or is this going to be a short game? This has been an incredible tournament for both these players so far and they’d hate to leave before reaching the Fourth Round. I believe the total will go “Under” 41.5 which has the odds of 1.965.Bet on Wimbledon with 1xBet