Wimbledon 2016 Predictions, TV, Live Stream: Andy Murray vs Jo-Wilfred Tsonga Centre Court Quarterfinal match

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Wimbledon 2016 predictions on Andy Murray vs Jo-Wilfred Tsonga Quarterfinal match on Centre Court seemed obvious. Crowd favored Murray more than Tsonga.

Wimbledon 2016 predictions on Andy Murray and Jo-Wilfred Tsonga Quarterfinal match today sounded a bit obvious. Britain’s two-time world champion has a lot more power than France’s Tsonga.

Andy Murray currently stands as No. 2 in world ATP Rankings and labeled as two-time world champion in professional tennis. Hence, it seems obvious that he has been the crowd’s most favorite. Unlike Murray, Jo-Wilfred Tsonga ranked 12th this year.

In addition, Sports Chat Place reported that Murray won 41 of 49 first serve points and has racked up 36 winners plus six unforced errors. Overall, he already triumphed nine straight matches. Right now, he is looking forward to win his seventh Grand Slam Semi-final since two years.

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On the other hand, Jo-Wilfred Tsonga needed to win six games in the match to take advantage heading to today’s match. He also won above 81 percent of his first serve points and produced 100 winners in his last six sets. Tsonga already earned 10 out of 13 matches on grass.

Despite the obvious predictions, Tsonga is determined to defy the odds and win the match against Murray, Evening Standard reported. He wants to prove he can possibly defeat his opponent as much as he can.

In fact, the report mentioned that he does have the records of being an unbeatable two-time Grand Slam winner on grass. Thus, he already has the backed up with a powerful past records in professional tennis.

That being said, he might have the chance to defeat Murray and end the British’s throne in Wimbledon 2016 If this happens, Tsonga will definitely have the chance to stand against other fierce pro tennis players for Grand Slam.

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He remains hopeful that he could make his third Grand Slam Semi-final appearance since 2013 if he defeated Andy Murray.  

Andy Murray and Jo-Wilfred Tsonga Wimbledon 2016 Quarterfinal match is scheduled on July 6, 10pm on Centre Court.

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