Joe Salisbury/Frederik Nielsen vs Jan-Lennard Struff/Ben McLachlan 2018 Wimbledon Doubles Tennis Pick, Preview, Odds, Predictions
Jan-Lennard Struff/Ben McLachlan vs Joe Salisbury/Frederik Nielsen
Wimbledon Tennis: Tuesday, July 10, 2018 (Wimbledon)
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The number 14 seeds for the men’s doubles tournament at Wimbledon is the team of Jan-Lennard Struff from Germany and Ben McLachlan from Japan. This pair is one of the youngest teams in the doubles tournament but they have managed to show a great amount of maturity in all their games. This maturity has got them to the quarterfinals where they will be taking on the duo made up of Frederik Nielsen from Denmark and Joe Salisbury from the United Kingdom. Both teams are looking very good and will be determined to win so we should get a great game of tennis.
Joe Salisbury is a huge fan favorite at Wimbledon and him along with his teammate, Frederik Nielsen, has used that well to their advantage. This team has already eliminated both the number 6 seeds and the number 12 seeds and those two victories will have been massive confidence boosters. This is the biggest stage that either one of these players have played on and considering that both Frederik Nielsen and Joe Salisbury are more often seen on the Challenger scene rather than the ATP scene, it is impressive to see their success. This match will be another big test for the pair and it will be interesting to see how it plays out.
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On the other side of the court, Jan-Lennard Struff and Ben McLachlan will be feeling very confident. The number 14 seeds have only lost one set all tournament and are looking like a very dominant team. Both players look like they are in good form and they have got good chemistry between them. This match will be one they will hope to win and if they can shut out the home crowd, they should get the job done.
Looking at all the information, I am going to predict that Jan-Lennard Struff and Ben McLachlan will win this match. The pair are the better players and I think the skill gap will be too much. We are getting a great price on Jan-Lennard Struff and Ben McLachlan winning so that seems like the best wager.