A must-watch battle!
We are in the third round of the Wimbledon now and with each day, we move closer to the title. This has been an incredible tournament and apart from a few upsets, most of the time, the top players have come on top. Despite that, each game brings a different flavor, different motions, and a lot of fun. The fun will continue when Oscar Otte will clash with Carlos Alcaraz on 1 July, tentatively @ 05:30 PM(+03:00 UTC). Oscar got an easy walkover win versus Chris Harrison and he was leading 3-1 in that game. On the other hand, Carlos Alcaraz defeated Tallon Griekspoor 6-4, 7-6, 6-3 in the second round. Can Oscar pull off a heist against Carlos?Bet on Wimbledon with 1xBet
How to Watch Oscar Otte vs Carlos Alcaraz?
BBC continues to be the major broadcaster of all Wimbledon games and to follow the historical precedent, they have taken the rights for broadcasting games in the UK. For tennis lovers in the USA, ESPN will supply the transmission of major games and some games are going to be showcased on ESPN 2. To those who reside in the Indian subcontinent, Star Sports will showcase the game whereas Hotstar will stream the tussle. Eurosport is going to display the game in Europe. As for the international streaming services, the match will be covered on Hulu TV, Sling TV, and Fubo.
Oscar Otte: In his peak
Oscar Otte has had a wonderful year without a doubt. He did get an easy win in the last game as Chris Harrison conceded a walkover but I believe he would have made it here even if there was a full game. In the first round, Oscar defeated Peter Gojowczyk 6-1, 6-2, 6-1. It wasn’t a pretty game for Oscar who ended up committing 10 double-faults in that match-up. His first serve% was low at 53 but when he landed his serves, he did get a 82% win. His major achievement that played a decisive role was his ability to break the serve.
Before Wimbledon, Oscar did a fabulous job of reaching the Semis of Halle Open, beating heavyweights such as Karen Khachanov, Nikoloz Basilashvili, and Miomir Kecmanovic. During his last Grand Slam(French Open), Oscar had reached the Round of 16 so he has shown the capability to make deep runs which is an alarming situation for the opponents. Oscar has the tendency to commit too many double faults but he has carved out strategies to work out of that.Bet on Wimbledon with 1xBet
Carlos Alcaraz: Young spark
Alcaraz took a lot from his five-set marathon versus Jan-Lennard Struff and Tallon Griekspoor was unable to cope against him in the second round. Alcaraz came firing right off the gates and took the first set 6-4. The second set was amazing with Tallon making a fierce comeback and forcing a tiebreaker but he couldn’t break Alcaraz and the Spaniard won the tiebreaker 7:0. In the last set, Alcaraz defeated Tallon 6-3.
Alcaraz had four double-faults but he did a great job of landing 69% of his first serves, compiling a 81% win first serve. He was also able to break Griekspoor’s serve quite regularly. Carlos had a 30-27 receiving points edge whereas nabbing a 73-55 service points advantage. Carlos has shown that he can adopt to both the strong serve game while also breaking the serve.
Who will win the match between Oscar Otte and Carlos Alcaraz?
Oscar has the tendency to commit double-faults but young Alcaraz can also be thrown on the backfoot in that regard. Overall, these two are incredible players and they have had an electric start to the campaign. Otte may be ranked below Carlos but he has had a terrific season and I don’t believe he is an easy match-up here at all. This may be the toughest match-up for Alcaraz(not taking anything away from Struff) as Otte has been able to beat high-seeded players. This will be the first time these two will meet.
Oscar Otte comes into this game with an unfavorable odds of 3.2. On the other hand, Alcaraz has an odds of 1.35. I think it is too slanted against Oscar.
Will this be a quick kill? Can these two go past the three hours mark? How much will this game last? I believe this will be a long game and the Total will be Over 38.5 for 1.90.Bet on Wimbledon with 1xBet