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US Open: Roger Federer times six

In Tennis, US Open on August 31, 2009 at 07:42

By Joe, www.Bettingexpert.com

A repeat of the result in 2008? Roger Federer steaming hot to win his 6th US Open title.

A repeat of the result in 2008? Roger Federer steaming hot to win his 6th US Open title.

Ever since he won his first US Open in 2003, he has retained this Grand Slam five times and will be gunning for his sixth. This tournament has Roger Federer’s name all over the trophy and if there is one person that can stop him then Andy Murray is your man. These two top players met in the 2008 US Open final and no doubt Roger Federer was the winner.

Why the Swiss Master for his sixth? Because he has won a record of 15th Grand Slam title and involved in all the Grand Slam final this year. He showed continuing motivation and that was proven in the Cincinnati Open last weekend.

Andy Murray is on an aggressive mode to revenge for his lost last year. Number 2 in the world rankings and you can expect him to break serve at least once or twice in his quest to the final at the US Open. An each way bet would be ideal.

The contenders for the Roger Federer’s legacy look likely to threaten him by Rafael Nadal. The Spanish left handed player missed Wimbledon with knee problems and returned this month looking a shadow from his former self. Juan Martin del Potro lost to Murray in Montreal final last month and returns to from injury at the US Open. Novak Djokovic has found some form of the late as he reached the Cincinnati Open final last weekend losing to Federer. Jo-Wilfred Tsonga has beaten Federer in the Rogers Cup so watch out for his swings when he plays the Swiss number one at US Open. If you are looking for an outsider for the US Open then Llyeton Hewitt is your man. He is slowly climbing the rankings and he will give you some money’s worth.

Between Federer and Murray, the Brit has a better overall head to head match statistic. However, Federer tends to beat Murray in the big occasions. He has beaten the British number one in the ATP Master 1000 last weekend and that’s enough to back the world number 1 for the US Open. In that case, it will be an exciting match where loads of attacking football and defense error will be on display. Check out the odds for a Roger clean sweep with Betsson as they are offering at 2.10.

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Wimbledon Mens Final 2009

In Tennis, Wimbledon on July 3, 2009 at 19:35

By Joe, http://www.Bettingexpert.com (Latest on the US Open – click here)

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The Wimbledon Mens Final will be a titanic battle between Roger Federer and Andy Roddick on Sunday’s Center Court at SW19. Roger Federer has to be hot favorites to win his sixth Grand Slam Wimbledon final. He is on course to record his 15th Grand Slam title after beating Tommy Hass in the Wimbledon Semifinals. This will be Andy Roddick’s third final at Wimbledon but he has yet to win the Wimbledon trophy.

World number 2, Roger Federer is the man to beat. He is a grass court specialist and he also recently won the French Open.  Five-times Wimbledon champion Roger Federer has easily brushed away his opponents en route to the final. He disposed Robin Soderling (French Open Finalist), ace server Ivo Karlovic and German Tommy Hass in the semifinals. Federer is really on form as he has only dropped one set game to Philip Koschreiber in the 3rd Round in this tournament. He has also beaten Andy Roddick twice in the 2004 and 2005 Wimbledon Final.

Andy Roddick, World number 6, has surprised a few by reaching the Wimbledon finals after starting out with an outside chance to win the tournament. He did his business quietly and professionally in his route to the final. Andy Roddick played one of his best matches of his career against Andy Murray in the semifinals. The game lasted 3 hours and seven minutes where Roddick edged out Murray with a 6-4 4-6 7-6 (9-7) 7-6 (7-5) win. Roddick served so well that Murray had no answers for and Roddick abandoned the much anticipated aggressive net play. He chose to play against Murray with his baseline tactics and that gave dividends. Andy Roddick will face Federer once again in a Wimbledon finals and this time he hopes it is third time lucky.

Federer is simply one of the best players that have stepped onto the Wimbledon Center Court grass. On Sunday, he will be more than ready to face Andy Roddick. Roddick’s secret weapon is his powerful serve and if he wants to beat Federer then he will have to play once again up to his best or otherwise it could be in for a straight set defeat. Federer looks certainly to win his sixth Wimbledon title and Ladbrokes is offering Roger Federer at odds 1.12.

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Wimbledon Ladies’ Final – Venus Williams vs. Serena Williams

In Tennis, Wimbledon on July 2, 2009 at 20:09

By Joe, http://www.Bettingexpert.com

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After 2 weeks of tennis at SW19, the Wimbledon finals will see a William’s family affair for the 4th time between the Venus and Serena. Both players powered their win into the final after disposing their Russian semifinalists on Thursday at Center Court. For Venus, this is her eighth final appearances at Wimbledon while younger sister Serena will appear in her fifth Wimbledon final. Serena is the reigning Wimbledon champion so she is definitely the one to beat.

Wimbledon is Venus Williams’s favorite tournament and she demonstrates this once again by reaching her eighth final in the last 10 years. A win against Serena would put her up there rubbing shoulders with tennis greats, like Steffi Graf and Martina Navratilova. Venus is the favorite to land her third consecutive Wimbledon trophy which would also be her 6th Wimbledon title too. Venus is by far the most in form player at the tournament. She destroyed World number 1, Dinara Safina in the semifinal with 6-1 and 6-0 in just 51 minutes of play. Venus is playing her best tennis, her movements are time to perfect and her strokes are deadly. Venus is more than ready to take Center Court on Saturday.

Serena Williams has also an impressive record at Wimbledon. Serena beat Venus in the Final of 2002 Wimbledon in which she captured her first Wimbledon title. She went on and won the 2003 Wimbledon edition. Now facing Venus once again, she can capture her third Wimbledon title and revenge for her defeat in the 2008 Wimbledon final. Serena’s semifinal victory over Elena Dementieva went down as one of the longest women’s match in Wimbledon’s history. They battled for two hours and 48 minutes where Serena claimed victory after she saved a match point before coming through with a  6-7 (4-7), 7-5 and 8-6. She will be a worthy challenger to Venus’s throne.

Dominating the women’s Wimbledon tournament, the Williams will once again embrace the Center Court again. Last year, Venus beat Serena and this year will mark their 4th edition between the sister rivalries. It won’t be hard to call this one as Venus is the player to beat and Serena knows that. Have a go on Venus as Ladbrokes is offering odds at 1.66 for her sixth Rosewater Dish Wimbledon title.

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Wimbledon Ladies’ Championship 2009

In Tennis, Wimbledon on June 21, 2009 at 23:15

By Joe, http://www.Bettingexpert.com

Senera and Venus Williams Wimbledon 2009

The recent Wimbledon ladies’ draws have given a boost for the Williams sisters as they have been drawn on opposite halves. This event has been dominated by the Williams sisters for the past seven years out of nine. Venus has won this event 5 times while Serena only rattled up 2. Venus won this event for the last two years she returns to Wimbledon to defend her title, hoping to take her tally up to 6th SW19 trophy.

Challengers:

The number one challenger to the Williams sisters is Russian Dinara Safina. She is currently world number one and is seeded first at Wimbledon. She could meet Venus in the semifinals and Serena in the Finals. Safina is currently on top form, she was a finalist at the French Open and has already secured the Australian Open trophy. Although Safina can only meet Venus first in the semifinals, she will have some tough competitions along the route to the finals. Venus can meet Serbian Ana Ivanovic in the fourth round and another Serbian Jelena Jankovic in the quarterfinals. Other challengers who are in for a shout, Svetlana Kuznetsova, who recently won the French Open, is in top form going into Wimbledon and Olympic gold medalist and World number 5, Elena Dementieva will be contesting Serena Williams for her route to the final.

Outsiders:

Two former Wimbledon champions, Russian Maria Sharapova and French Amelie Mauresmo, are seeded outside the top 10 and will have to work harder than the rest if they are in a chance to win Wimbledon. Danish Caroline Wozniacki, Chinese Li Nai, Austria Jelena Dokic, Thailand Tamarine Tanasugarn, Israeli Shahar Peer and Indian Sania Mirza has the potential to surprise a few people at Wimbledon.

The Verdict:

The Williams sisters have lots of competition for the Wimbledon title this year. Venus Williams has the hardest route to the final and will face many tough competitors in order to win her 3rd consecutive Wimbledon Title. Serena looks favorable to appear in the finals, whether it is her sister on the other side net, that remains to be seen. However, Safina is someone that could certainly be on the other side of the net too.

Check out Ladbrokes as they are offering Serena Williams at odds 3.25 to win Wimbledon while Dinara Safina odds at 11.00 to win.

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Wimbledon Men Championship 2009

In Tennis, Wimbledon on June 21, 2009 at 09:15

By Joe, http://www.Bettingexpert.com

Wimbledon 2009

The Wimbledon 2009 Men tournament gets underway on Monday the 22nd of June at SW19. For those of you who are lucky enough to have secured tickets for this event, then you are in for a titanic battle this year’s edition of Men’s Wimbledon.

Stats:

Let’s look a bit of the history of Wimbledon. Last year, Rafael Nadal won his first Wimbledon by beating Roger Federer after 8 hours of play. The previous years, Roger Federer has won this competition 5 times in a roll. So looking through the statistic, it would be fair to say that Federer has dominated this event. Nadal will be the first champion not to defend his SW19 crown since Croatia’s Goran Ivanisevic skipped the event in 2002.

For the Title:

World number 2, Roger Federer is by far the person to beat as he is a grass court specialist who also recently won the French Open.  Five-time champion Roger Federer will open against Yen-Hsun Lu. He could face Novak Djokovic (4th in the World) in the later stages of Wimbledon.

World number 3, Andy Murray will not be concerned on who stands between him and Wimbledon glory. With Nadal’s absence, Murray knows that it is only one step closer to his dream of stepping out to Center Court of the Men’s Final. He is in top form as he won the Queen’s tournament a week ago and now he sets his eyes on the Wimbledon. Murray is drawn to play Robert Kendrick in the 1st Round. The potential threats for Murray will be Fernando Gonzalez, James Blake and Stanislas Wawrinka in his section.

World number 5, Argentinean Del Potro could surprise a few people at Wimbledon. He will be stepping into Nadal’s slot and face Arnaud Clement in the first round.

Andy Roddick, World number 6, has an outside chance to win this tournament. Roddick has won this event twice before so it will be hard to discount him. He will face Jeremy Chardy of France in the first round.

Other long shots:

The twelfth seeded Nikolay Davydenko of Russia will open with British Daniel Evans. Another British contingency, James Ward will play seventh seed Fernando Verdasco of Spain. Watch out for the French Gilies Simon, Ace hitter Ivo Karlovic and Llyeton Hewitt as they could go far.

Marcos Baghdatis and Gael Monfils have withdrawn from Wimbledon due to injuries.

The Verdict:

Federer looks likely the obvious winner at Wimbledon. The threat will come from Murray now since Nadal has pulled out from the tournament. Roger Federer is looking for a 14th grand slam record and his sixth Wimbledon triumph. Murray seems to be the man to derail Federer but they will only meet in the finals. Murray could be heading for his first Wimbledon final as he will concentrate on how to beat the favorites for the title, Roger Federer.

Have a look at Ladbrokes as they are offering Roger Federer odds 1.72 and Andy Murray 2.75 to win Wimbledon.

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