Wimbledon Day 4 Predictions Including Roger Federer vs Richard Gasquet

Roger Federer 2021 French Open

Roger Federer’s tournament was on the line in round 1 at Wimbledon before he was given a reprieve due to Adrian Mannarino’s injury induced retirement. Now he faces another French opponent, fellow tour veteran Richard Gasquet in the 2nd round. We have all of your predictions for day 4 at Wimbledon.

Roger Federer vs Richard Gasquet

Damian Kust: Federer made it here in crazy circumstances, but all of that doesn’t matter anymore. What matters is that his ground game was completely missing for the majority of the match against Mannarino. Is Gasquet an opponent who will expose that? Probably not as he’s never beaten Federer off clay and hardly ever stands up to the top players. Even if Federer’s this bad again, he should serve his way out of danger. Federer in 3

Yesh Ginsburg: Federer was in some ways lucky to advance past his first round, but he’ll take full advantage. The Swiss should have rhythm and form now, and that’s bad news for Gasquet. Federer in 3

Mikael Ymer vs Felix Auger-Aliassime

Damian: The Canadian is in incredible form at the moment and only a select few have the game to stop him at this year’s Wimbledon. Ymer will be left scraping for balls left and right and even if Auger-Aliassime has a weaker performance, the difference in the serves will matter a lot here. Auger-Aliassime in 3

Yesh: Mikael Ymer was impressive in Paris and got an impressive victory to open Wimbledon. Unfortunately for him, the run has to end here. Felix Auger-Aliassime is in great form and looks strong on the grass. The Canadian moves on. Auger-Aliassime in 3

Aljaz Bedene vs Yoshihito Nishioka

Damian: Nishioka’s five sets against Isner weren’t the most draining in the world, but it could matter against an opponent who had such a comfortable showing as Bedene. The Slovenian’s potent serve might make all the difference here. Bedene in 4

Yesh: Nishioka played great to upset John Isner in five sets. He moves well on the grass and is a solid player overall. He’s consistent enough that Bedene should find him too troubling to hit through. Nishioka in 4

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