Rory Jiwani picks out his best tournament and first round bets from the women's competition.
One player who could go a long way at a price is Tsvetana Pironkova. The Bulgarian reached the quarter-finals at Roland Garros for the first time earlier this month but she saves her best for SW19. She could have been given a kinder opener than Belinda Bencic but she is in better form than when she lost to the Swiss here 12 months ago.
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The other player I feel is overpriced is Australian Open champion Angelique Kerber who has what looks a fairly easy path to the quarter-finals. The German reached the semi-finals in 2012 and she has an excellent record against her most likely quarter-final opponent in Madison Keys.
Our favourite 6-0, 6-1 bets tend to bear less fruit on grass but I will have a small play on Kerber against Laura Robson. The Briton’s wrist troubles are well-documented and she has had an interrupted preparation due to a leg injury.