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24th June 2013, 01:16 PM
2011 Wimbledon Champion Novak Djokovic has been heavily backed from $2.80 into $2.25 outright favouritism to win his second Wimbledon title at the 2013 All England Club tournament.

“Punters have reacted to Djokovic’s dream draw through to the final and he’s the only one they’re backing,” Sportingbet Australia (http://www.sportingbet.com.au/partners.asp?btag=a_806b_464) spokesman Andrew Brown said.

“Nadal has been friendless since the draw because the reality is that he will most likely have to beat Federer, Murray and Djokovic, if he’s going to take the title,” Brown said.

Andy Murray is a $4.50 favourite ahead of Rafael Nadal, whose odds have drifted from $4 to $5 after the draw. Defending champion Roger Federer is an $8 chance.

Milos Raonic is a $3.50 favourite to record the fastest serve of the tournament, and a $5 equal favourite with Jo-Wilfried Tsonga to serve the most aces.

Bernard Tomic is $1.65 to be Top Australian in front of Lleyton Hewitt at $3.75, while Marinko Matesovic is $5.00 into $4.25 and the only Australian in the gentlemen’s draw that is favourite for his Round 1 match.

In the ladies’ draw, Serena Williams has been supported from $1.57 into clear-cut $1.42 favouritism in front of Maria Sharapova at $7.50 and Victoria Azarenka at $8.

“We’ve taken a mountain of four-figure bets on Serena to win and punters are also interested in the $3.30 about her winning the tournament without dropping a set,” Brown said.

2013 Wimbledon – Gentlemen’s winner
Sportingbet Australia market
Novak Djokovic $2.25
Andy Murray $4.50
Rafael Nadal $5.00
Roger Federer $8.00
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga $21.00
Others $41.00 +

2013 Wimbledon – Top Australian Man
Bernard Tomic $1.65
Lleyton Hewitt $3.75
Marinko Matesovic $4.25
James Duckworth $10.00
Matthew Ebden $17.00
Matt Reid $34.00

2013 Wimbledon – Ladies’ winner
Serena Williams $1.42
Maria Sharapova $7.50
Victoria Azarenka $8.00
Petra Kvitova $21.00
Others $41+

24th June 2013, 01:35 PM
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25th June 2013, 07:51 PM
2011 Champion Novak Djokovic is now odds-on to claim his second Wimbledon crown following the shock round 1 exit of Rafael Nadal.

Djokovic firmed from $2.25 into $1.90 after Nadal fell to Belgian world number 135 Steve Darcis in straight sets.

“It’s the biggest round 1 upset we’ve seen since Lleyton Hewitt lost to Ivo Karlovic in 2003,” Sportingbet Australia (http://www.sportingbet.com.au/partners.asp?btag=a_806b_464) spokesman Andrew Brown said.

“Nadal went into the match as a clear-cut $1.01 favourite and we took just 2 bets of $3 each on Darcis at odds of $17,” Brown said.

2012 runner-up Andy Murray’s odds of going one better this year have firmed from $4.50 into $3.25, while defending champion Roger Federer is $8.00 into $5.00.

Lleyton Hewitt’s odds of winning a second Wimbledon crown have shortened from $251 into $151 after the 2002 champion stunned 11th-seed Stanislas Wawrinka in straight sets in their round 1 match.

2013 Wimbledon – Men’s winner

Novak Djokovic $1.90
Andy Murray $3.25
Roger Federer $5.00
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga $21.00
Tomas Berdych $34.00
Juan Martin Del Potro $34.00
David Ferrer $41.00
Others $101+

3rd July 2013, 12:10 AM
Kvitova P. - Flipkens K.

Flipkens K to win @ 2.75

3rd July 2013, 02:06 PM
good won, 2-1..