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Novak Djokovic will be looking to dust himself off after the disappointment of losing the final of the French Open recently. The Serbian has been on fire in the season’s big tournaments and wasn’t expected to slip up at Roland Garros against Stan Wawrinka. But will the Wimbledon field be feeling his backlash to that disappointment?

Andy Murray is second favourite behind Djokovic to land this year’s WImbledon crown and of course will have some big support on his side from the assembled crowds. He hit strong form over the clay swing of the season and with his win at Queens in his Wimbledon build up, he should be able to carry through some pretty good momentum to potentially match his 2013 championship run.

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28th June 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Free Bets & Promotions

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Here is an offer which may be too good to refuse for many. Andy Murray heads back to Wimbledon looking full of confidence and a man on a mission after a great clay court swing of the season. He seems to be peaking at the right time, with a win at Queens as part of his build-up, to make an assault on his second Wimbledon title.

Murray is running at an industry average price of 5/2 second favourite to land the Wimbledon 2015 title. He goes behind outright favourite Novak Djokovic who is an 11/8 quote to walk away with the title. Djokovic, with his win at the Australian Open this year and his place in the final at the French Open, along with his four ATP World Tour Masters 1000 titles he has racked up this year, is justifiable favourite.

Murray avoids Djokovic until the final of Wimbledon if they both win through, and Murray will have the advantage of having home support as well. If you are looking at backing Murray then head over to online bookmaker Paddy Power who are offering enhanced odds of 18/1 on him to win Wimbledon.

That is a huge price on Murray which isn’t going to get topped in the industry, so if you were looking at backing Murray then do so at Paddy Power looks the way to do it. This is a two part enhanced odds because if you were fancying Djokovic to land his third Wimbledon title, then you could back the Serbian at a quote of 10/1 enhanced odds with Paddy Power.

The enhanced odds offer is open exclusively to new customers registering an account with Paddy Power. Open a new account, place a FIRST BET up to a maximum of £10 Place your 1st bet (max bet £10) on either Novak Djokovic or Andy Murray to win Wimbledon before either player’s first round match at the normal price on site. If your chosen selection wins Wimbledon, you will be paid in cash based on the normal price on site and will have the extra amount, bringing the bet up to a the cumulative payout, credited in free bets.

 

 


27th June 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Free Bets & Promotions

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The French Open is still pretty much fresh in the minds of tennis punters and just a couple of weeks following on, here comes Wimbledon, the third slam of the year. British interest will of course be heightened as Andy Murray is trading as second favourite at a price of 11/4 with online betting site Bet365 to go out and win the title at SW19 for the second time in his career. Murray has been seeded third for the tournament, behind top seed Novak Djokovic and second seed Roger Federer.

With Murray running in some good form since the clay swing of the season and in picking up the Queen’s title recently again, fans will be experiencing him to be knocking on the door to success. His big obstacle is Djokovic of course who is 5/4 outright favourite in the Wimbledon 2015 betting market at Bet365. Because of the seeding, Murray would meet either Federer or Djokovic at the semi final stage, depending on which half of the draw the British number one gets landed in. The longer he can avoid Djokovic of course, the better his chances of landing the title for the second time in his career.

Even though Djokovic lost in the final of the French Open to Stan Wawrinka, a result which never looked to be on the cards given the dominance that Djokovic has shown in the top tiered tournaments this season, the Serbian is running as strong favourite for Wimbledon success. Between Murray and Djokovic, they have claimed three of the last four Wimbledon titles, so it is probably not worth looking too much beyond them. Djokovic will have been hurt by that defeat in the final of the French Open too so will probably be even hungrier for success at SW19.

With Rafael Nadal still nowhere near his very best and Stan Wawrinka still a dark horse when it comes to the powerhouses in the game, it may leave punters only really considering the option of Roger Federer. The Swiss legend won his eighth title in Halle recently, he like Murray, is showing some good form on the grass courts. Federer, a seven-time Wimbledon champion is running at a quote of 6/1 to land the title, everyone else in the field heading to London at double figures or more.

One great way to cover your Wimbledon 2015 tennis betting is by enjoying the great services at online betting site Bet365. Not only do they have a vast wealth of live in-play betting markets for the matches at the Grand Slam, but they also are providing live streams for the courts as well, so punters can watch and bet all at once in the same place.

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25th June 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Sports Betting

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Novak Djokovic hold on to his supremacy to win the French Open after dumping out defending champion Rafael Nadal in the quarter finals. Djokovic took a straight set win over the Spaniard, and beat Nadal for the first time at Roland Garros at the seventh attempt. So now the Serbian is running at a 2/7 quote at online betting site Bet365 to go on and lift the title. His toughest challenge now will come in the form of Andy Murray in the semi finals, as the winner of Stan Wawrinka and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga will be waiting in the final. You would expect Djokovic to down either of those pretty easily.

So Djokovic continues to look unstoppable in his brilliant season. That’s a 30 match winning streak now for him at the moment and given his recent form against Andy Murray, you would kind of expect that to continue. Murray also claimed a Roland Garros first for himself as he beat David Ferrer for the first time ever on clay. Murray took a 3-1 victory in the match which was littered with breaks. But Murray, with two clay titles under his belt this season has looked pretty comfortable in his run at this season’s French Open.

He’s holding himself together better on the surface, but now he runs into Djokovic and Murray has lost the last seven matches against him. Murray has won just one of the last eleven played against Djokovic, so he is going to be a heavy underdog for their semi finals clash. The two of them have actually only met twice on clay before, back in the 2008 ATP Masters Series Monte Carlo and in the 2011 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Rome. Murray lost both of those matches.

Murray goes into the French Open semi final at a quote of 19/5 a long way out from the quote of 1/5 on the shoulders of Djokovic. If Rafael Nadal can’t close to Djokovic on clay, then frankly it’s tough to see Murray outlast Djokovic in a five set match. The Serbian is just at a different level to everyone else in the game.

Mens French Open Winner Market

Novak Djokovic 1/3, Stan Wawrinka 5/1, Andy Murray 7/1, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 22/1

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3rd June 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Free Bets & Promotions

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Forget about the final, the quarter final of Novak Djokovic v Rafael Nadal is going to be the highlight of the entire French Open 2015 tournament. What a duel this is set to be and it is what many would have wanted to see as the final. But because of Nadal having a poor year, it meant that the nine-time French Open Champion only went into the tournament as seventh seed, putting him in the same section as Djokovic.

Nadal leads the head to head, but has beaten Djokovic on just one of the last eight meetings between the pair. Given the dominance that the Serbian has laid down this year, crushing all before him and currently riding a 26 match winning streak, Djokovic will go into the quarter final match as 4/11 odds on favourite. Even with all of his greatness, Nadal is going to have a tough time shooting down the world number one.

But you don’t have to settle for those 4/11 odds on Djokovic, as new customers registering an account with online betting site Paddy Power can take 4/1 enhanced odds on Djokovic to beat Nadal.

This is open to new customers registering an account with them using our promotional links. After signing up, just place your first bet (max £10) on Novak Djokovic to beat Rafa Nadal in their quarter final match in the French Open at the normal odds on site. If your chosen selection wins the match, you will be paid out straight away at the normal price and then your account will be topped up with the additional amount in free bets within 24 hours.

 


3rd June 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Free Bets & Promotions

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It is an absolute blockbuster of a quarter final match at Roland Garros as Novak Djokovic v Rafael Nadal grabs all the headlines in the final eight of the men’s draw. You can’t get better than this, but it is a bit of a shame that it is not the final itself. However, it is going to be a mammoth clash and with Djokovic having lost two French Open finals against Nadal so far in his career, then if the world number one can get past the Spaniard this time, it’s more than likely that he will go on and lift the title.

Djokovic is 4/11 to win the match, with Nadal at 9/4 with online betting site Bet365. Djokovic stepped up yet another level to cruise past Richard Gasquet 6-1, 6-2, 6-3 in his fourth round match, extending his winning streak to 26 matches at the moment. This is the ninth time that Djokovic has been in the final eight at Roland Garros, but has yet to go on and win the actual title. It is also the 24th consecutive time that Djokovic has been in the quarters of a major.

Nadal has beaten Djokovic six times at the French Open and he actually leads the overall head to head against the Serbian 23-20. Nadal dropped a set in the fourth round against Jack Sock, but looked imperious at times on the French dirt, as he has done so often before in his career. Nadal is looking for his 10th French Open crown and while he hasn’t been at his best this season and only entered the tournament as seventh seed this season, he won’t be counted out by punters.

Nadal has won 98.5 percent of his matches at Roland Garros in his career, while having taken 90.8% of sets. It’s been some impressive dominance in terms of his record there. So let’s take a look at the head to head between the two giants of the game. They have only met once so far this season and Djokovic took a win on clay over Nadal at the ATP World Tour Masters 1000 in Monte Carlo. That’s two of the last three meetings on clay that Djokovic has taken.

When you look at all surfaces, Nadal has beaten Djokovic just once in the last eight meetings, and that was of course in the final of last season’s French Open, so you can’t count out the clay master there. Surprisingly only one of the last six meetings have gone the distance to, a meeting in the 2014 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 going to three sets. So it likely that a four-set game will play itself out between these two. Two of the last three wins that Nadal has taken over Djokovic at the French Open have been in four sets. 4 sets exactly is a 4/6 quote to bank, or you could play it safer and go 8/13 on over 3.5 sets.

It looks set to be an epic battle either way in Novak Djokovic v Rafael Nadal French Open 2015 tennis betting. Will Djokovic take a big step closer to the title, or will Nadal again dig deep into that reserve of French Open magic and pull off, what still is remember, an underdog victory?

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2nd June 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Sports Betting

Novak Djokovic (Serbia)

We are rapidly heading to a Novak Djokovic v Rafael Nadal clash in the quarter finals of the French Open. It’s a mouth watering prospect and match which of course would make an ideal final itself for many. Tournament favourite Djokovic faces up to Frenchman Richard Gasquet in the fourth round, while Nadal has to go out and deal with Jack Sock. So the likelihood is that there will be some Djokovic v Nadal French Open betting to be enjoyed.

This is all up in the top half of the French Open draw of course, where Andy Murray could face the winner of the potential Nadal v Djokovic clash in the semi finals. Pretty tough route to the final for all of them, something which Roger Federer will be pretty happy about as he cruises through the bottom half of the draw.

Over in the women’s’ French Open 2015 draw, the biggest causally to not make the second week of action was Simona Halep, but with reigning champion Maria Sharapova and Serena Williams still on course for the final from the opposite halves of the draw, then a heavyweight power struggle in the final next weekend is still on the cards there.

So some tremendous French Open tennis betting still to come as the Slam heads into the second week.

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30th May 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Sports Betting

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It is a huge fortnight of tennis action coming up and online betting site Coral are celebrating the second grand slam of the season with a huge odds enhancement offer. This season has been all about Novak Djokovic, who has stormed all of the top level tournaments which he has entered this season, namely the Australian Open and the four ATP World Tour Masters 1000 events which he has won.

So little surprise that Djokovic is running as heavy favourite to win the French Open, the only Grand Slam title which is missing from his trophy cabinet. With Rafael Nadal not being in the best of form this season, and Roger Federer maybe not having the legs to go all the way, Djokovic’s most serious contender this year could be Andy Murray who has come from nowhere to actually win clay court titles for the first time in his career. But Murray has not even been to the final of the French Open, ever, so it lends more supremacy to Djokovic.

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This offer runs until 08:00am Thursday 28th May.


25th May 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Free Bets & Promotions

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Australian Open 2015, check. Four ATP World Tour Masters from four tournaments entered this season, check. Novak Djokovic is the man to beat at Roland Garros this year, even though he is searching for the first French Open title of his career. The Serbian has posted a hugely impressive 14-1 match record over top ten players this season and with improving stats on the first and second serves, he is going to take some stopping.

His main challengers will be Andy Murray who has surprisingly hit a bit of clay court form this season, but who has never ever before made it to the final of the French Open, and of course, the great clay master himself Rafael Nadal. But with Nadal out of sorts this season, and going into the French Open for the first time in his career without having won a clay court title in Europe ahead of Roland Garros, he is naturally running behind the favouritism of Djokovic.

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23rd May 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Free Bets & Promotions

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Another big week on the tennis betting circuits as the men and women are both in Rome for top tier events. Over on the women’s’ side of things, the rapid build up to the French Open continues with top protagonists Serena Williams and Simona Halep looking to build some momentum. Petra Kvitova stunned the field with a big win in Madrid last time out and the Czech is running at 6/1 to make it a double Premier Tier hit with a win in Rome this week.

Kvitova toppled Williams on her way to the win in Madrid, while Maria Sharapova almost got her clay swing going but was ousted before the final by Svetlana Kuznetsova. Kvitova’s win in Madrid has shaken things up because the clay powerhouses of Sharapova, Halep and Williams now have another threat to deal with besides each other.

Williams and Sharapova are on course for a semi final clash in the top half of the draw, with Victoria Azarenka dangerously floating around Shara’s quarter. It leaves a very nice path to the final for Halep whose big challenge may not come until the semi’s where Kvitova could be waiting.

WTA Rome Tennis Betting Odds

Serena Williams 7/4, Simona Halep 4/1, Maria Sharapova 5/1, Petra Kvitova 6/1, Victoria Azarenka 6/1, bar 16/1.

Andy Murray has suddenly come to life with back to back clay court titles. After landing his first career title in Germany recently at a lower tier event, he went out and rocked the tennis world by landing the ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Madrid title. Not many would have seen that coming, many especially would not have seen it coming seeing that it was Rafael Nadal who Murray took down in the final. So can Murray make it a remarkable three in a row on clay after waiting for so long just to win one in his career?

Murray is running as 10/1 third favourite for the ATP Rome title this week, with Novak Djokovic up at as 4/5 favourite, with Rafael Nadal sandwiching them at a quote of 3/1 with Sportingbet. Novak Djokovic is the defending champion and is going for his fourth Rome title, while Nadal is looking for his eighth! Murray has never been to the final of Rome (his best showing a semi final in 2011) while Roger Federer is missing this title from his large trophy cabinet.

The upturn in Murray’s clay fortunes has made things pretty interesting now and while he has a manageable quarter with David Ferrer the top player opposing him, Murray could meet Djokovic in the semi final stage and that is where all bets may be off for Murray, because he hasn’t figured out how to beat the Serbian for a long, long time now.

ATP Rome Tennis Betting Odds

Novak Djokovic 4/5, Rafael Nadal 3/1, Andy Murray 10/1, Kei Nishikori 10/1, Roger Federer 14/1, bar 20/1

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13th May 2015 / Lee A Jackson - Category: Sports Betting










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