Sam Querrey vs Rafael Nadal Tennis Betting Tips 10/07/2019

Competition: Wimbledon 2019

Date: 10.07.2019

Betting Tips Querrey +2.5

Odds: 1.85

Stake: 6/10 units

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Several seeded players had to strike at Wimbledon early on – and still, in the quarter-finals in some form of “business as usual” again. The big favorites to win the tournament were no nakedness. In addition, seven of the eight quarter-finalists are seeded players – and the only exception is an player who was already in the semifinals of Wimbledon: Sam Querrey. The tall US American has been returned due to injuries In the quarter-finals, Thiem-Bezwinger Sam Querrey meets Rafael Nadal!

Sam Querrey vs Rafael Nadal Tennis Betting Tips

Although the Wimbledon turf has been slowing and slowing in recent years, a powerful service is still the biggest weapon on the green underground. This is precisely the great strength of Sam Querrey, who undoubtedly can be described as a “service monster”. Nevertheless, Querrey is Nadal according to current odds as a clear outsider and for his victory is sometimes even offered the sixfold use. Although Nadal is not a specialist in turf, his game has adapted perfectly in recent years to the conditions and presents itself on the Church Road in impressive form.

Sam Querrey – Statistics & Current Form

Current ranking in the world rankings: 65.

A single rally can sometimes change everything. For the 2017 Wimbledon semifinalist, Sam Querrey, the tournament could well have come to an end in the first round. After losing the first set and set ball for Dominic Thiem, the US boy had great luck with a frame ball, thus preventing the 0: 2-set residue and subsequently turned the game in his direction. After the win against Thiem (who was placed at position five) the draw was relatively open and Querrey took the favor of the hour. Andrey Rublev, John Millman and his compatriot Tennys Sandgren are by no means to be underestimated, but also not known as the absolute stars or “Rising Stars”.

Currently, Sam Querrey is not set, but was still in February 2018 number eleven in the world. Injuries threw the sympathetic Americans back in the world rankings. The preparation for Wimbledon was not necessarily ideal, because he had to take a two-month break from competition. Only a week before Wimbledon he returned to the tour and reached in Eastbourne the final, which he lost to Taylor Fritz. Querrey has had several games in the last 15 days in the legs, but the fatigue should still not be an issue. Due to its style of play, the rallies are very short and the wear of forces is limited. Seven of the 14 played sets were previously decided in the tiebreak, serve losses of Querrey are a rarity. Throughout the tournament, Querrey had previously suffered only a game loss at his own serve against John Millman. Thiem (six), Rublev (five) and Sandgren (four) could not use their break options. On average, the American beats 25 aces per game and thus generates an extremely large number of free points.

The service will certainly be the key to success in the game against Rafael Nadal. Out of the game Querrey is certainly more powerful than a Milos Raonic or John Isner, but still lie between his playful class and that of Rafael Nadal worlds. At least one tiebreak is likely to happen with Querrey’s serve, but between Querrey and Nadal the odds for these bets are only around 1.40!

Last matches by Sam Querrey:

🎾 08.07.2019 – Querrey Vs. Sandgren 6-4, 6-7, 7-6, 7-6 (Wimbledon)
🎾 06.07.2019 – Querrey Vs. Millman 7-6, 7-6, 6-3 (Wimbledon)
🎾 04.07.2019 – Querrey Vs. Rublev 6-3, 6-2, 6-3 (Wimbledon)
🎾 02.07.2019 – Querrey Vs. Thiem 6-7, 7-6, 6-3, 6-0 (Wimbledon)
🎾 29.06.2019 – Fritz vs. Querrey 6-3, 6-4 (Eastbourne)

Rafael Nadal – Statistics & Current Form

Current ranking in the world rankings: 2.

Wimbledon is different – and also does not underlie the world ranking in setting, but evaluates the turf results of recent years even more intense. Rafael Nadal was therefore ranked from second to third place. This caused a lot of excitement in “Rafa” in advance. With the draw as number three, the Mallorcan could not be satisfied. Nick Kyrgios in round two, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in round three were each horror fights for the 18 times Grand Slam winner. But the best clay court player of all time could once again prove that he has adapted his tennis to the conditions on the green underground.

Against Kyrgios he acted particularly strong in the Crunch-Time and in the game against Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (the Federer in Halle only gossamer subject in three sentences) he presented himself in outstanding condition. Tsonga was not even eaten, because no matter what he tried, Nadal always had a better answer ready. At times, even Tsonga could not even stop smiling.

The match in the round of 16 was similarly similar to surprise man Joao Sousa. The Portuguese did not endure the game, but he found no remedy for the dominant Nadal appearance. Nadal did not have to fend off a single break-ball, gave only 13 points to their own service and was able to break Sousa twice in each set. In addition, he acted on the net almost faultless (16 of 19 attacks ended with the point win for Nadal).

Meanwhile, the question arises whether Nadal, two-time Wimbledon winner (2008 and 2010), currently playing the best Rasenstennis his career. The conditions (the pitch has been getting slower and slower in recent years) are sure to suit his game. As soon as the ball is in play Querrey will have a tough time against Nadal’s dominant game. A failure of the favorites would be a surprise, despite Querrey’s strong turf performance.

Last matches by Rafael Nadal:

🎾 08.07.2019 – Nadal Vs. Sousa 6-2, 6-2, 6-2 (Wimbledon)
🎾 06.07.2019 – Nadal Vs. Tsonga 6-2, 6-3, 6-2 (Wimbledon)
🎾 04.07.2019 – Nadal Vs. Kyrgios 6-3, 3-6, 7-6, 7-6 (Wimbledon)
🎾 02.07.2019 – Nadal Vs. Sugita 6-3, 6-1, 6-3 (Wimbledon)
🎾 28.06.2019 – Pouille Vs. Nadal 6-3, 4-6, 0-5 (Hurlingham – exhibition)

Querrey vs Nadal – Head to Head Statistics

Head-to-Head: 1: 4

Three of the five previous duels between Sam Querrey and Rafael Nadal have been back for more than a decade. The first game was in 2006, followed by two more duels in the 2008 season, before it took until 2016, until the roads crossed again. These four games have all won the Mallorcan Nadal for themselves. In the last clash – the final of Acapulco 2017 – between Querrey and Nadal the tip was on the tall Americans the right choice.

Sam Querrey vs Rafael Nadal Tennis Betting Tips Explained

Epic battles on the sacred turf of Wimbledon did not necessarily appear in the men’s competition this year. Early on, the tennis fans longed for the hopefully great duels in the semifinals and finals. For the first time since 2008, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal could face each other again on the holy grass. But first, the two top stars must do their homework, the doubts are extremely low after the recent achievements. In the quarter-final between serve monster Sam Querrey and Rafael Nadal, the prediction of the favorite win is similarly likely to be rated, as well as in the match between Kei Nishikori and Roger Federer.

Key Facts – Sam Querrey vs Rafael Nadal tips

⭐️ Serve monster Querrey – he has played seven tiebreaks so far in Wimbledon (5-2 balance)!
⭐️ Never before have the two faced each other on grass!
⭐️ Nadal presents itself on the holy grass in impressive form!

Sam Querrey, who was a semi-finalist two years ago, certainly has opportunities to make the game more exciting than Joao Sousa in the round of 16. However, there are no solid arguments that would justify between Querrey and Nadal the tip on the victory of the US boy. Despite Nadal’s top form, however, it seems interesting to bet on a set win by the American. Querrey has served only once in four games, beating an average of 25 aces per game and generating an extremely large number of free points. Between Querrey and Nadal odds of just under 2.00 are offered for a Querrey set. These bets are, we feel, of great value and are alluded to with seven units.


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