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Tennis Insiders have taken control at Wimbledon, posting a 4-1 record the past two days.
Interesting match here, Hewitt coming out of retirement for the second time when accepting a wildcard for doubles participation. There is the possibility he may play doubles at the olympics along with coaching team Australia, so match practice will be important here. He'll team up with fellow Australian Jordan Thompson, and this could be the beginning of a very successful partnership. Due to rain, doubles has been reduced from best of 5 sets, to best of 3, certainly an advantage for Hewitt. After a complete meltdown in singles today, Almagro's hunger for this match must be questioned. He's 0-4 in doubles at the All-England Club. These matches don't have a scheduled court, but a show court is likely, and with Hewitt a fan favorite here expect plenty of support. Hewitt brings fantastic energy & drive into every match he plays, and has pushed the Bryan & Murray brothers to 5 sets in Davis Cup matches. He's advanced from the Round of 64 in Grand Slam Doubles 5 straight times, and in a best of 3 sets match his hustle should be enough to win.
We reccomend a 1* play on Hewitt/Thompson
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