THE World Championships in Sheffield come to an end today and Shaun Murphy is expected to be the last man standing.
Murphy holds a narrow 9-8 lead over Stuart Bingham, who is playing his first world final and has battled back from 3-0 and 8-4 down.
Bingham has done brilliantly to keep in touch but bookies still expect him to miss out on glory, with the 38-year-old priced up at at 23-10 by Boylesports for victory in the best of 35 frame clash while Murphy is 2-5 at the likes of Skybet and Ladbrokes.
Andy Murray saw his hopes of a first clay title delayed by the rain at the Munich Open on Sunday and he resumes today 3-2 down in the first set against Philipp Kolhschreiber. Murray is 4-11 at bet365 while the German is 2-1.
There’s a load of Madrid Open action today with the likes of John Isner, Fabio Fognini and Richard Gasquet taking to the court while in the women’s draw Caroline Wozniacki against Christina McHale is among the matches.
And in the NBA there’s the start of two play-off series with Chicago Bulls taking on Cleveland Cavs and LA Clippers travelling to Houston Rockets.
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