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P.J. Murray 5th Jun 2011 - 17:53

Will Federer and Nadal meet again in Wimbledon?

With the French Open over for another year, all  eyes now turn towards Wimbledon.

It is the bookmakers' biggest tournament of the year, where an estimated industry wide turnover of £20 million over the fortnight. William Hill make Rafael Nadal the favourite at 2/1, ahead of Novak Djokovic at 9/4. Roger Federer has been cut from 7/2 to 5/2 after reaching the final of the French Open. Andy Murray is the best of the rest, offered at 6/1. Hills offer 5/4 that we see yet another round of Rafa vs Roger in the final this year. The odds suggest that for is another semi-final loss for Murray at 2/1.

"All the big four are firing again and Wimbledon looks set to be another cracker, with a Federer vs Nadal final the holy grail for tennis fans," said Hill's spokesman Rupert Adams.

Men's Wimbledon Singles:

Winner: 2/1 Rafael Nadal; 9/4 Novak Djokovic; 5/2 Roger Federer; 6/1 Andy Murray; 16/1 Juan Martin del Potro; 20/1Thomas Berdych; 25/1 Robin Soderling; 25/1 Andy Roddick; 25/1 Milos Raonic; 33/1 Jo Wilfred Tsonga; 40/1 Marin Cilic; 40/1 Sam Querry; 40/1 Ivo Karlovic; 50/1 BAR

5/4         Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer to play each other in Wimbledon 2011 final

Andy Murray stage of elimination from Wimbledon 2011: 16/1 Round 1; 12/1 Round 2; 9/1 Round 3; 6/1 Round 4; 4/1 Quarter Final; 2/1 Semi Final; 9/2 Runner Up; 6/1 Winner

Will there be play under the centre court roof during Wimbledon 2011: 1/16 yes; 7/1 no

Andy Murray to win Wimbledon without dropping a set: 66/1

Wimbledon to go into a third week due to bad weather: 2/9 no; 3/1 yes

Hottest day of 2011 in the UK to happen during Wimbledon: 6/1 yes

8/1         No rain to fall during Wimbledon 2011 play at all

Will there be a streaker on court during men's / ladies'Wimbledon singles finals: 6/1

 

 
 
 

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