Andy Murray is still on course to retain his US Open title and next up to try and halt the British number one is the in-form Stanislas Wawrinka. Murray’s odds for this quarter-final match are again untouchable at around 2/9, especially as they probably don’t fairly represent Wawrinka’s chances. The Swiss claims he is playingRead More
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Andy Murray is the long odds-on favourite to continue the defence of his US Open title by beating Denis Istomin in the fourth round at Flushing Meadows. Murray, who is playing only his second tournament since winning Wimbledon having been hampered by injury, is showing all the signs of mounting a strong challenge once againRead More
Serena Williams is the odds on favourite for the women’s US Open singles, which gets underway next week at Flushing Meadows in New York. Williams, who is rated a 4/5 chance to successfully defend her title, goes into the tournament in good form having won 14 of her last 15 matches. Women’s Odds SerenaRead More
Andy Murray is the third seed and the third favourite at 11/4 to defend his US Open title with victory at Flushing Meadows. Should the British number one overcome those prices it will be his second consecutive grand slam win and third in five following his triumph at Wimbledon earlier in the summer. Men’sRead More
The Rogers Cup gets underway this week in Montreal, Canada, and Novak Djokovic is the bookies’ 11/8 favourite to take home the $522,000 prize money. Djokovic has won the last two renewals of this ATP 1000 event and should he make it three victories on the bounce it would be his fourth triumph in total,Read More
Andy Murray can end the 77-year wait for a British Wimbledon winner by beating world number one Novak Djokovic in the Championship Final on Sunday – with the bookies going 11/8 he does so. Djokovic remains the odds-on favourite to regain the Wimbledon title he lost to Roger Federer last year, despite requiring the maximumRead More
Andy Murray is 1/5 with the bookies to beat Poland’s Jerzy Janowicz on Friday and reach his second consecutive Wimbledon final. The British number one had the home fans fearing the worst when two sets to love down to Spaniard Fernando Verdasco in the quarter-final but successfully overcame the persistent left-hander to win through inRead More
Novak Djokovic remains on course for a Wimbledon final showdown with Andy Murray, with just Juan Martin Del Potro standing between the world number one and Sunday’s showpiece. The 26-year-old beat Tomas Berdych in straight sets, 7-6, 6-4, 6-3 to maintain his perfect record at this year’s Championship. He has been cut again by theRead More
A British number one priced at 1/16 to win a Wimbledon men’s singles quarter-finals is a rare occasion, yet that is the scenerio when Andy Murray faces Fernando Verdasco on Wednesday. Murray overcame his toughest test to date at the All England Club in the previous round, but still managed to win through without droppingRead More
Andy Murray faces his first seeded opponent of this year’s Wimbledon championship when he takes on Tommy Robredo in the third round on Friday. Murray is odds-on to beat the Spaniard, who is seeded 32 at the All England Club, in straight sets and maintain his perfect record in SW19 in 2013. The British numberRead More