Ryan can 'save' a set
David Ferrer has dropped at least one set from seven of his last ten matches played at Wimbledon.
More stats from Ben Caudell pointing us towards value bets in today's action at Wimbledon, including why David Ferrer is unlikely to win in three.
5 Reasons to Back
It's a shame that rising star Sabine Lisicki has to face the reigning French Open Champion Li Na of China so early on in the competition. However, there are five reasons why I believe you should back her today.
•Lisicki, who is seven years younger than Li, defeated the world No. 4 in April of this year in straight sets at the Stuggart Premier event held on clay (6-4 7-5)
•The World No. 62 has incredible form coming into the All England Championships with a tournament win on grass already under her belt, the Birmingham international, where she defeated Daniela Hantuchova in the final 6-3 6-2
•Lisicki is currently 9-1 in all matches, has won seven in a row on Grass, 11 in a row against big servers, and four of her last five when priced as an underdog ([2.00] to [2.99])
•Interestingly, the German has amassed and incredible 14 sets in a row, the last time the youngster dropped a set was when she was knocked out in the second round of the French Open to Vera Zvonareva in three close fought sets.
•This will be only the third time Lisicki has competed at Wimbledon but she keeps improving on her performances; in 2008 she was knocked out in the first round, in 2009 she reached the quarter-finals. Who's to say she can't go one better in 2011?
•David Ferrer has dropped at least one set from seven of his last ten matches played at Wimbledon
•David Ferrer has lost four of his last five matches in Great Britain.
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