ANDY MURRAY has never been a shorter price to win a Grand Slam event and can justify punters’ faith in him by landing his second Wimbledon crown.

The Scot has been in the form of his life since getting married and is beating everyone not called Novak.

Grass is his favourite surface and he looked unbeatable as he grabbed his fourth Queen’s title. Murray is 5-2 with almost every bookie now – I tipped him the other day at 11-4 – and the only man ahead of him in the betting is world No.1 Djokovic at 7-5 with Coral.

Bookies have written off almost everyone else with Roger Federer 15-2 at William Hill, French Open champion Stan Wawrinka 16-1 at boylesports and Rafael Nadal 22-1 at boylesports. A Djokovic-Murray final showdown pays 7-4 at Coral.

Djoko started yesterday with a straight-sets win against Philipp Kohlschreiber and Murray should match that result today when he faces Mikhail Kukushkin.

Murray dropped one set – against big-serving Gilles Muller – at Queen’s and is no bigger than 2-7 at betfair to win 3-0. To take the match he’s 1-66 at Paddy Power.

If you believe Murray will drop a set back him to win in four at 5-1 with Ladbrokes and William Hill.

Second seed Federer starts against Damir Dzumhur and is 1-50 at Betway. The only way to back the Swiss is 3-0 and you can double Murray and Federer to win in straight sets at 1-2 with Betway.

For a fourfold add up-and-coming Jack Sock to KO Sam Groth and over 3.5 sets in the clash between Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and Muller. That returns 5-2 at 888sport.

Recommended Bets

Murray to win 3-0
Federer to win 3-0
(1-2, Betway)

Murray to win 3-0
Federer to win 3-0
Sock to win
Tsonga v Muller over 3.5 sets
(5-2, 888sport)

  1. Harry 1 year ago

    Ward to beat Vanni
    Lisicki to beat Gajdosova
    Troicki to beat Nedovyesov

    Treble 6/5 888sport

    F. Lopez to beat Darcis
    Konjuh to beat Cornet
    Sock to beat Groth

    Treble 10/6 betway

    Value Single

    Thomaz Bellucci v Rafael Nadal

    Bellucci +7 games handicap

    5/4 bet365

    Win Acca


    91/10 betvictor

  2. Ad 1 year ago

    Belluci 3-0 70/1 on bet fair. Took it just in case Belluci does a Darcis or Rafa does a Rafa. Might make the next couple mins entertaining! Belluci at least has a decent serve and forehand which is how you hurt Rafa on grass. John B’s tiebreak bets look decent to me. Belluci isn’t a grass courter and could unravel fast, but we shall see.

  3. Ad 1 year ago

    The 10/1 straight win now available is also worth a go I reckon. Given his lack of confidence and form here on the grass at Wimbledon against players not too dissimilar to Belluci. I’m on!

    • Jack 1 year ago

      Sounds good Ad, good luck! Currently having enough entertainment on two doubles myself!

      Nadal to win and both players to win a set, Tsonga to win @ 3/1
      Paire, Brown @ 5/1

      Here’s to hoping!

  4. Jack 1 year ago

    If anyone did actually get on that 5/1 (it wasn’t a tip-just something I said I fancied many times) cover now available @ 8/1

  5. Ad 1 year ago

    Not sure id go so far as to say it sounds good, but it makes my viewing slightly more exciting! Belluci doesn’t quite have the extra gear of pace that could reeeeally put Rafa away, but there’s enough vulnerability apparent in Rafas game that you just never know.

  6. Ad 1 year ago

    Someone who certainly does have the easy power and aggressive game to really sting Nadal is Dustin Brown who’s likely to be lurking for him in the next round. I’ll be keeping my eye on Rafa here to see whether there’s a realistic chance of Brown repeating his straight sets victory from Halle a little while back

    • Jack 1 year ago

      Like I say I’ve only been watching intensely for a few months but he strikes me as a good player who has never quite fulfilled his potential because he’s too unreliable. However, I am thankful for him today! Look forward to your thoughts on that match.

  7. Ad 1 year ago

    Bellucci playing pretty poorly. You have to be inspired to beat Rafa if you’re a player like him. Basic errors are no good. Rafa not looking imperious himself, but looks like a comfortable enough 3-0 for him anyway. I’m gna tune out and tune into Federer!

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