Wimbledon Day 4 Predictions Including Nick Kyrgios vs Gianluca Mager

Nick Kyrgios Wimbledon 2021

Nick Kyrgios first match since the Australian Open took five sets to complete against Ugo Humbert but he made it through. Now the mercurial Aussie faces Gianluca Mager in round 2 of the Wimbledon tennis championships. Our panelists predict all of the day 4 matches at Wimbledon including Roger Federer’s match.

Nick Kyrgios vs Gianluca Mager

Yesh Ginsburg: Nick Kyrgios might be out of match practice, but he won’t need it for this match. Mager isn’t great on grass, and the Kyrgios serve should get him through any patches of poor play. Kyrgios in 3

Damian Kust: Even without match practice and likely without lots of training, Kyrgios can be a threat on grass to players of such class as Humbert. This is a very easy draw in theory but it’s worth remembering that the Australian can often be his worst enemy and really struggles to maintain good form over a couple of matches. Kyrgios in 4

Lorenzo Sonego vs Daniel Elahi Galan

Yesh: Lorenzo Sonego wasn’t at his best in his opening match, but he’s impressive in general right now and shouldn’t be too troubled by Daniel Elahi Galan, who much prefers the clay. Sonego in 3

Damian: Galan won the battle of the clay-courters against Coria but that’s probably the furthest he could go. Sonego is coming off a runner-up appearance at Eastbourne and his game is a much more natural fit for this surface. Should be rather comfortable. Sonego in 3

Sam Querrey vs James Duckworth

Yesh: James Duckworth is a decent player who likes the grass. But Sam Querrey absolutely loves it. The American is so smooth and powerful on this surface, and shouldn’t be troubled at all. Querrey in 3

Damian: Querrey once again caught fire once the season entered its grass-court period. The big-serving American has made brilliant runs at this event before and with the draw he has, this could be another one of them. It would be very surprising if Duckworth was the one to stop him. Querrey in 3

Cristian Garin vs Marc Polmans

Yesh: Cristian Garin willed his way to an impressive win in the first round? Can he do it again, or will fatigue catch up to him? Polmans likes the grass better, but Garin is much more talented. Garin in 5

Damian: Polmans started the year with nine straight losses, but his qualifying campaign here was great and the Australian will stand a very decent chance against Garin, who’s hardly a grass-court player. The more experienced Chilean seems to adjust quite well every time though and will still be favored coming into this one. Garin in 4

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