Magic Monday at Wimbledon will see the remaining men and women take to the courts at SW19
Most of the big guns are still left standing after three rounds at Wimbledon, although the likes of Rafael Nadal, Petra Kvitova and Simona Halep will not be joining them.
The men’s draw is shaping up nicely, with Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray potentially on a collision course to meet in the final, although the women’s singles event looks more wide open – especially as the bottom half of the draw looks up for grabs.
Here are our best bets for Day Seven of Wimbledon 2015.
Serena Williams to beat Venus Williams 2-1 @ 10/3 with William Hill
Venus continues to be a force in this tournament and she has breezed through the first three rounds of the tournament. The number sixteen seed was close to knocking out eventual champion Kvitova last year and should cause several problems for her younger sibling.
Five Wimbledon titles reflect Venus’ fantastic career at SW19 although it has been five years since she made the last eight and Serena will feel battle-hardened after being given a big scare by Heather Watson. Expect her to narrowly come through this match but it won’t be straightforward.
Timea Bacsinszky to beat Monica Niculescu 2-0 @ 4/5 with William Hill
Timea is quietly going about her business in the bottom half of the draw and the way in which she dismantled Sabine Lisicki in the previous round suggests the Swiss could reach the final of this tournament.
The 6-3, 6-2 victory was all the more impressive considering the bookies had her as outsider to win this game, although she’s now hot favourite to beat an opponent who has had a kind draw thus far, having never gone beyond round two at Wimbledon before.
Nick Kyrgios to beat Richard Gasquet @ 4/5 with William Hill
The Australian saved several match points to thwart his French opponent twelve months ago and has now grown in confidence during this tournament, with Milos Raonic beaten in four sets in the previous round.
Gasquet beat an off-colour Grigor Dimitrov to reach this round and has played excellent tennis thus far, although he could be played off the court thanks Kyrgios’ more powerful brand of tennis, including a stronger serve.
All odds were correct at time of posting.