Wimbledon Day 4 Predictions Including Alex de Minaur vs Jack Draper

Alex de Minaur 2022 ATP Eastbourne

British fans will be hoping Jack Draper can gain the upper hand against Alex de Minaur on day 2 of Wimbledon. de Minaur’s fellow Australian Jordan Thompson will be in an upset minded mood against Stefanos Tsitsipas. We have predictions for every day 4 match at Wimbledon including Nick Kyrgios’ second round match.

Taylor Fritz vs Alastair Gray

Damian Kust: Taylor Fritz has a great draw to do damage at Wimbledon and the easier early rounds will help him not to accumulate too much fatigue from his Eastbourne run. Former collegian Alastair Grey has some potential, but should be heavily outmatched here. Fritz in 3

Jakub Bobro: Fritz is now on a six-match winning streak, taking the title in Eastbourne and then beating Lorenzo Musetti in straight sets. Gray only entered the consciousness of the British tennis public with his first-round win here over Chun-Hsin Tseng. The 24-year-old played college tennis at TCU, Cameron Norrie’s alma mater. Gray will get a good chance to show himself on a bigger court but Fritz should be winning this match. Fritz in 3

Jordan Thompson vs Stefanos Tsitsipas

Damian: Quite the contrast of styles in terms of Stefanos Tsitsipas’s first two opponents. Alexander Ritschard tried to blow him off the court, while Jordan Thompson will attempt to grind and chip his way through the Greek. This style has been surprisingly effective for him on grass, but probably I’m not sure it’s the perfect matchup for him. Tsitsipas in 4

Jakub: Thompson got a title and a final at grass Challenger 125s, so beating Roberto Carballes Baena came easy to him. The Australian dropped just six games. Tsitsipas broke his first-round exit streak here and is now on a five-match winning streak after he beat Alexander Ritschard in the first round. Thompson will definitely grind and make the Greek play the extra ball but Tsitsipas should be winning here. Tsitsipas in 4

Roberto Bautista Agut vs Daniel Elahi Galan

Damian: Roberto Bautista Agut walked over Attila Balazs in the opening round and while this one will get slightly more complicated, the Spaniard should easily cruise again. Daniel Elahi Galan has some big weapons, but he’s primarily a clay-court player and shouldn’t trouble as good a grass-courter as Bautista Agut. Bautista Agut in 3

Jakub: Bautista Agut ripped through the first round, dropping just four games to Attila Balazs. The Spaniard should expect to win again as he comes up against a clay specialist in Galan. The Colombian took out Dominik Koepfer who is 2-6 on the season. Bautista Agut in 3

Alex de Minaur vs Jack Draper

Damian: Blockbuster alert. Both guys are great on grass and whoever wins will be favored to make the fourth round. Jack Draper’s serve is a big asset, but we’ll see how his attacking shots hold up against someone as fast as Alex de Minaur. Will he be able to construct the rallies well enough? I could see him coming up just short. de Minaur in 5

Jakub: One of the most exciting match-ups of the day. De Minaur has a great record without a deeper run at Wimbledon while Draper is the next British hope. The Australian beat clay specialist Hugo Dellien in straight sets while Draper held Zizou Bergs to straight sets as well. This one has all the makings of a marathon match where I can see Draper getting energy from the crowd in the key moments. Draper in 5

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