William Haggas’ form has been frightening this summer and he will fancy more success when Klassique goes tonight at Windsor.
Klassique to win @ 11/8
The Newmarket-handler has a 37% strike rate from his last 41 runners and having won the Irish Oaks for Haggas aboard Sea Of Class on Saturday, James Doyle again takes the ride.
After a solid second last time out on the all-weather at Wolverhampton, a trip back to the turf for this maiden should work for Klassique.
A minor step up in trip is unlikely to trouble this filly from Galileo and a first win beckons for the three-year-old.
De Minaur to win 2-0 @ 6/5
Tennis is our second punt and Alex De Minaur is being tipped for big things after a strong 2018 to date, most notably finishing as the runner-up in Sydney.
Victory on the grass in Nottingham shows he has some form and his performances in the early months of the year demonstrated that his game is also well suited to the hard courts.
That’s the surface on which he faces Hubert Hurkacz in Atlanta, a player who saw luck on his side with a late call-up to this tournament thanks to Jack Sock’s withdrawal.
A big serve is his main weapon and will undoubtedly challenge De Minaur. However, the Australian should be too good and looks well priced for a straight sets victory.