Play on the second day at Wimbledon was severely hampered by rain delays, meaning day three will see the majority of action coming in the first round. However, one of the few second round matches that will take place at SW19 will see Jannik Sinner and Diego Schwartzman lock horns on Court 1.

Before Betting On Jannik Sinner vs Diego Schwartzman

All eyes will be on the men’s second round on Wednesday, as there is a standout tie on Court 1, which will see Jannik Sinner and Diego Schwartzman lock horns. Both stars impressed in their opening round match-ups, with Sinner appearing to be one of the value outsiders to win the Grand Slam title outright. However, this will be a huge test of his quality at Wimbledon on Wednesday.

Sinner was excellent in the opening round against another Argentinean rival, as he easily progressed against Juan Cerundolo. The Italian smashed down seven aces in an excellent showing on Centre Court, as he won in straight sets, dropping just six games. Sinner won 69% of the points on first serve, which includes winners in 80% of the points on his first serve.

Schwartzman may be a clay court specialist, but he has often produced excellent displays in the opening rounds at Wimbledon. The Argentinean reached the second round last year, and has reached the third round on two previous occasions. He looked excellent on the grass in the opening round, as he cruised through against Miomir Kecmanovic.

Schwartzman recorded two aces in the comfortable win, as he scored winners in 70% of the points on his first serve. The Argentinean also secured seven break points from 18 opportunities, and smashed down 108 winners. However, this will be a more challenging assignment against one of the very best on the grass.

Jannik Sinner vs Diego Schwartzman Offshore Odds & Pick

Match ResultOdds
Jannik Sinner1.05
Diego Schawartzman11.00

Sinner has won all three previous encounters between these two players, which includes victories in both clashes this calendar year. On one of his most favorable surfaces, we struggle to overlook the Italian winning in straight sets once again on Wednesday.