The first round of Wimbledon 2016 is in already full swing and the unrelenting surge of betting opportunities continues on day two at the All England Club.
Below are five of the best bets on the bwin.com books for the second day of the grass court Grand Slam.
Zverev is the youngest player in the world top 50 at present and won his first two encounters against veteran Mathieu in Challenger tournaments in 2014.
However, the Frenchman has beaten the tyro in each of their subsequent couple of encounters, most recently at the Montpellier indoor event in February.
The last time this pair threw down, in 2014 the Czech took the opening act 7-6.
Six of the last 11 sets of tennis involving Vesely have also gone into a deciding game, including the first in three of his last five outings, all on grass.
Bencic is generally regarded as a future Wimbledon champion and she has beaten her first-round foe in both of their previous meetings, including at SW19 last year.
An injury scare at Birmingham is the guilty party with regard to her very-backable price here, but she showed few lasting effects when losing 7-6, 7-6 at Queens in her sole subsequent outing.
Tatishvili’s win odds don’t look so slim when it’s considered she has won all four of her previous tussles with Minella, including when taking two 6-0 sets in their last clash in January 2015.
Serbian Krunic has the superior form coming into the tournament, both on the green stuff and in general, winning seven of ten matches since the switch to grass.
Niculescu, has yet to touch a blade competitively in 2016 and enters the fray on a four-match winless streak.
However, she dispatched the younger woman for the loss of a mere three games in their sole prior engagement (2015) and enjoyed easily her finest year on this surface last term, reaching the final in Nottingham and the round of 16 at Wimbledon.