JUNE 30: WIMBLEDON BETTING PREVIEW

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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)

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