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Wimbledon acca tips for Sunday, July 7: Emma Raducanu to end Kiwi's dream run

Emma Raducanu is the last remaining home hope in either of the singles draws at Wimbledon and Planet Sports has picks from her match and several others as the tournament enters the Round of 16.

Emma Raducanu is enjoying a fairytale run at Wimbledon but she will meet another player living the dream in the last 16.

On Sunday, Raducanu faces New Zealand's Lulu Sun for a place in the last eight.

Also in action are several top contenders in the men's draw including Jannik Sinner and Carlos Alcaraz.

Here we make our picks for match winners in the Round of 16 at Wimbledon on Sunday.

 

Wimbledon men's singles: Carlos Alcaraz vs Ugo Humbert | Pick: Alcaraz

Wimbledon men's singles: Jannik Sinner vs Ben Shelton | Pick: Sinner

Wimbledon men's singles: Grigor Dimitrov vs Daniil Medvedev | Pick: Dimitrov

Wimbledon men's singles: Tommy Paul vs Roberto Bautista Agut | Pick: Paul

Wimbledon women's singles: Lulu Sun vs Emma Raducanu | Pick: Raducanu

Wimbledon women's singles: Emma Navarro vs Coco Gauff | Pick: Gauff

Wimbledon women's singles: Jasmine Paolini vs Madison Keys | Pick: Keys

Wimbledon women's singles: Paula Badosa vs Donna Vekic | Pick: Badosa

 

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Wimbledon men's singles: Carlos Alcaraz vs Ugo Humbert

Ugo Humbert comes up against the force of nature that is Carlos Alcaraz for the first time in his career.

Humbert has played 12 sets of tennis to reach the fourth round including a five-set battle last time out.

Alcaraz breezed through the first two rounds before an incredible showdown with Frances Tiafoe went the distance in the third round.

Alcaraz will want to put Humbert away quickly and not give the Frenchman too many footholds to get into the match.

 

Wimbledon men's singles: Jannik Sinner vs Ben Shelton

A growing rivalry is shared between Jannik Sinner and Ben Shelton and this will be their fourth meeting in singles action.

Sinner leads the overall head-to-head 2-1 having won the last two meetings between the players.

Their three prior clashes have all come on hard courts with their first meeting in October 2023 won by Shelton.

Sinner seems to have Shelton figured out but five-set tennis can be unpredictable.

 

Wimbledon men's singles: Grigor Dimitrov vs Daniil Medvedev

Grigor Dimitrov and Daniil Medvedev have already done battle ten times before on the ATP Tour but will contest just their second match against one another at a Grand Slam.

Medvedev leads the head-to-head between the players 7-3 and won the most recent clash which came at Indian Wells earlier this year.

On grass, Dimitrov might be able to do more damage to Medvedev's more defensive game and his movement will be key.

Medvedev is enjoying a solid run at Wimbledon but this will be his toughest test yet.

 

Wimbledon men's singles: Tommy Paul vs Roberto Bautista Agut

Tommy Paul continues a great run of form on grass and will next take on Spanish veteran Roberto Bautista Agut.

This will be the sixth meeting between the players with Bautista Agut leading the head-to-head 3-2.

Their last meeting was in the fourth round of the Australian Open with Paul coming out on top in Melbourne.

Bautista Agut has already spent nine hours on court this week and that might just catch up with him.

 

Wimbledon women's singles: Lulu Sun vs Emma Raducanu

Lulu Sun currently outranks Emma Raducanu by 12 places but her opponent's Grand Slam pedigree makes all the difference.

Raducanu is facing criticism for her withdrawal from the mixed doubles to focus on her singles run and really has to make this one count.

She has to cope with the pressure of negative attention yet again in a career that is still so young but Raducanu is on the brink of returning to a Grand Slam quarter-final.

Sun is aiming to reach the last eight of a Major for the very first time in her career and will be no pushover.

 

Wimbledon women's singles: Emma Navarro vs Coco Gauff

An All-American battle might throw up a difficult challenge for one of the new title favourites at Wimbledon when Emma Navarro faces Coco Gauff.

This will be just the second match between the pair and going down in the evening on Centre Court could be considered the biggest match of Navarro's career.

Gauff hasn't been the strongest player on grass across her career but has looked good in this run and is one of the most mentally strong players on tour now.

Navarro doesn't have that much pressure on her in this situation and that might help her but Gauff is a tough player to beat in any circumstances.

 

Wimbledon women's singles: Jasmine Paolini vs Madison Keys

Jasmine Paolini is one of the form players of 2024 but she faces an underrated force in Madison Keys at the last 16 stage at Wimbledon.

Keys trounced Paolini in their only previous meeting although they had been scheduled to meet in Montreal last season when the former pulled out ahead of the match.

Paolini has improved a lot in the intervening months, helped by winning a maiden WTA 1000 title in Dubai and played in the French Open final last month.

However, Keys' edge in power could prove to be decisive in this match on grass.

 

Wimbledon women's singles: Paula Badosa vs Donna Vekic

Paula Badosa and Donna Vekic contest a battle between seasoned WTA Tour pros who have probably slipped away from where they want to be in the rankings and mounting challenges for titles.

Badosa is a former world number two who has been plagued by persistent back issues for the last two seasons and a win here could see her return to the top 50.

Both players pulled off upsets in their most recent outings with Badosa ending a winning streak for Daria Kasatkina while Vekic bested Australian Open semi-finalist Dayana Yastremska.

For Badosa and Vekic this has been their joint-best runs at Wimbledon to date with the winner set to see the last eight at SW19 for the first time.

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