ANDY MURRAY has dodged Novak Djokovic’s half of the draw and is 10-3 at Paddy Power to land his second Wimbledon title.
The Scot, who starts his title bid against world No.58 Mikhail Kukushkin, could land Rafa Nadal in the quarters and Roger Federer in the semis. Coral go 7-2 Murray is beaten in the Final while it’s 3-1 he’s knocked out in the last four.
Coral are top price 7-5 on Novak Djokovic – who has a tough start against Philipp Kohlschreiber – and make the world No.1 9-4 to lose in the Final while it’s 7-4 that Nadal doesn’t make it past the last eight and 7-2 that this year sees a new winner of the men’s singles title.
In the women’s singles it’s Serena Williams 7-4 favourite at the likes of Skybet, BetVictor and Ladbrokes while defending champ Petra Kvitova is 4-1 at Paddy Power and Maria Sharapova 10-1 at Boylesports and bet365.
Today it’s the Eastbourne final – Agnieszka Radwanska versus Belinda Bencic – while at the ATP Nottingham Sam Querrey and Denis Istomin battle it out for the title.
The Japan Masters darts gets underway this morning with all the big names in action and there’s also the likes of rugby from Down Under, English cricket and late-night boxing if you fancy a punt.
Wimbledon prices (Coral)
Men’s winner: 7-5 Novak Djokovic, 9-4 Andy Murray, 7-1 Roger Federer, 14-1 Stanislas Wawrinka, 18-1 Rafael Nadal, 33-1 Tomas Berdych, 40-1 bar
Murray Stage Of Elimination: 9-4 Winner, 3-1 Semi-Final, 7-2 Beaten Finalist, 7-2 Quarter Final, 5-1 4th Round, 12-1 3rd Round, 14-1 1st Round, 14-1 2nd Round
Djokovic Stage Of Elimination: 7-5 Winner, 9-4 Beaten finalist, 5-1 Semi-final, 6-1 Quarter-final, 13-2 1st Round, 14-1 3rd Round, 14-1 4th Round, 14-1 2nd Round
Federer Stage Of Elimination: 13-8 Semi-final, 5-2 Beaten finalist, 10-3 Quarter-final, 7-1 Winner, 9-1 3rd Round, 10-1 4th Round, 12-1 2nd Round, 14-1 1st Round
Nadal Stage Of Elimination: 7-4 Quarter-final, 9-2 4th Round, 5-1 3rd Round, 5-1 Semi-final, 11-2 Beaten Finalist, 6-1 1st Round, 6-1 2nd Round, 18-1 Winner
Wimbledon Specials: 7-2 A new winner of the men’s singles title, 25-1 Murray not to drop a set, 12-1 Djokovic not to drop a set