We bid farewell to June and hello to July: a new month and a fresh chance to start from scratch on the monthly leaderboard of the JefeBet App, where you may win real money prizes.
Don’t be discouraged if last month you couldn’t get into the top! You can try your luck again, and we recommend you to start with these picks for Friday, July 1, 2022.
JefeBet App – Picks for Friday, July 1st
JefeBet App: Tennis – Wimbledon third round
Will Djokovic win by more than 9 games?
The third round of Wimbledon 2022 will feature a clash between two Serbians, Novak Djokovic and Miomir Kecmanovic, with the former considered the favorite to advance to the next round.
Djokovic lost a set to Soonwoo Kwon in the second round after easily overcoming Thanasi Kokkinakis in the first round in three sets, but this matchup will be considerably tougher because he will be facing a top 30 player.
Kecmanovic has had a slightly more complicated path since he won by 3-1 in the first and second round, leaving behind John Millman and Alejandro Tabilo respectively, and now he will face Djokovic, against whom he has never won in his career.
The last clash between the two was in March this year, with Djokovic winning in 4-6, 6-3, 6-3, 6-3, and considering how much Kecmanovic has improved recently, it’s feasible that he’ll put up a fight against “Nola” to make this matchup more even than you might anticipate.
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Will Cameron Norrie Win by More Than 5 Games?
Cameron Norrie will finally face an opponent of another nationality after defeating Spaniards Pablo Andújar and Jaume Munar Clar in the first and second round, respectively, although the last one was a tough task and Norrie had to come back from a 2-1 deficit to win in five sets, so fatigue may affect him.
Steve Johnson is much better rested, as his first round opponent Grigor Dimitrov retired in the second set after being compromised to injury, while in the second round, the American dispatched world #135 Ryan Peniston in three straight sets.
Johnson may be more rested, but the quality between the two players is great and Norrie looks like the favorite to advance more comfortably. In addition, we highlight again that Johnson found himself at a disadvantage and could have lost in the first round to Dimitrov, #21 in the ATP ranking, who is nine places below Norrie.
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