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Tennis – Wozniacki makes last eight in Queens

September 2nd, 2014 / bet365

The 2009 finalist Caroline Wozniacki beat Maria Sharapova 6-4 2-6 6-2 to reach her first Grand Slam quarter-final since 2012 at the US Open. The 24-year-old from Denmark survived sweltering conditions at the Arthur Ashe Stadium at Flushing Meadows to clinch a gutsy win and claim the prize scalp of her high-profile Russian opponent. The former world number one has enjoyed a recent spike in form – including a first WTA title of the year in Istanbul, a 16-3 record since Wimbledon and two near-wins over multiple major winner and close friend Serena Williams – and insisted she was able to mix it with the women’s elite on the big stage. “It means so much to me – it’s been a bit up and down for me this year,” said Wozniacki. “It’s a new year and I’ve gotten older, and hopefully a little wiser. I feel good. I feel comfortable when I play out there. “The crowd was amazing today. It’s just so much fun to play out there again on the big court.” The 10th seed will now face Italy’s Sara Errani in the last eight in Queens and is currently priced 4/1 by bet365 to win the 2014 US Open women’s Grand Slam.

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Tennis – Rain the catalyst for Federer win

September 2nd, 2014 / bet365

Five-time men’s competition winner Roger Federer took advantage of a rain delay to sweep past Marcel Granollers and reach the fourth round of the US Open. The Swiss superstar was trailing 3-5 in the first set when heavy rain in Queens caused a delay at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center. The former world number one burst back into life once play resumed in New York City and took the next three sets, losing only three games, to win 4-6 6-1 6-1 6-1. “It’s been good for a while now,” said Federer, speaking after the match on his recent momentum. “I think especially now it’s been really excellent the last three matches here at the US Open. I feel very explosive, quick. The coordination is there, as well. I feel like I’ve gotten used to the hard courts by now. It’s really working well. I’m very pleased.” Federer will now take on 17th-seed Roberto Bautista Agut and said he had no fear about facing the in-form Spaniard for the first time in a competitive fixture. The 17-time Grand Slam winner added: “Today conditions were much more humid so you could feel a little flat out there, but that wasn’t the case. I was able to power through that. I’m happy I wake up every day and I’m ready to go.” Roger Federer is currently priced 12/5 by bet365 in the 2014 US Open men’s tournament winner outright betting.

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Timeform’s Race of The Day: Tuesday, Goodwood 16:40

September 2nd, 2014 / betfair

Timeform bring you an unabridged premium Race Card for a Class 2 handicap from Goodwood on Tuesday, courtesy of Betfair…

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McGinley talks up European team

September 2nd, 2014 / betfred

Ryder Cup captain Paul McGinley believes the nine players who have already qualified for team Europe will make a formidable outfit as he weighs up his three wildcard selections (Europe 8/13, USA 13/8, tie 9/1 – Outright Betting ). The race for automatic qualification for McGinley’s side came to an end on Sunday at the Italian Open, with Rory McIlroy , Henrik Stenson, Victor Dubuisson, Jamie Donaldson, Sergio Garcia, Justin Rose, Martin Kaymer, Thomas Bjorn and Graeme McDowell all securing spots for the biennial event. McGinley will reveal on Tuesday who his three captain’s picks are, with the Irishman having narrowed it down to a choice between five men. The 47-year-old says he will choose three of Lee Westwood, Ian Poulter, Luke Donald, Stephen Gallacher and Francesco Molinari, with plenty of speculation over who will be selected. Gallacher has been heavily tipped to feature for Europe after missing out by one stroke on automatic qualification. The Scot needed a top-two finish to be guaranteed a spot in the team but ended up in third at the Italian Open. McGinley was full of praise for Gallacher’s season so far but says no one is assured of a wildcard at this stage. The European skipper believes that whoever does join his team will be linking up with a squad that has outstanding quality and is ready to retain the Ryder Cup. “I’m delighted with those players who have earned their way in,” he said. “It’s a who’s who of European golf and all credit to the guys. It’s a phenomenal standard of performance we’ve seen. “If you’re a European fan you’ve got to be excited with that team, it’s a wonderful team going into battle against what will be a strong American team. I know they’ve had some issues over there but I’m under no illusions how difficult this task is going to be. They’ll be well led by Tom Watson and they have a lot of players who have shown a lot of form. “But now the toughest part of my job is coming in the next 24 hours.”

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The Secret Footballer: My take on the madness of transfer deadline day, part one

September 1st, 2014 / betfair

The Secret Footballer, who has been through many a transfer window as a top flight player, gives us his exclusive thoughts on deadline day and reveals how the deals are actually done…

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Follow The Money: Combustible Lady being backed to burn off her rivals

September 1st, 2014 / betfair

The markets have been reviewed and today’s three Follow The Money selections come from the meetings at the Curragh and Worcester…

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US Open 2014 Men’s Betting: Monfils to beat Gasquet in all-French affair

September 1st, 2014 / betfair

The men’s third round completes in New York on Sunday and after a couple of winners on Saturday, tennis expert Sean Calvert talks us through the best bets on Sunday at the US Open…

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Timeform Shortlist: Leicester, Monday September 1

September 1st, 2014 / betfair

Looking to start the week with a profitable meeting at Leicester? Check out the Timeform Shortlist, an at-a-glance version of the full race card which now includes an expert analyst’s verdict…

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Tigers boss demands hard work

September 1st, 2014 / betfred

Director of rugby Richard Cockerill says Leicester Tigers (11/4 Grand Final Winner ) must improve for the start of the Aviva Premiership season after Friday’s 21-17 win over Cardiff Blues . Robert Barbieri and team captain Ben Youngs both touched down for Tigers as they won their final warm-up game ahead of the new campaign. The Tigers raced into a 12-0 lead but fell behind in the second half and needed three penalties from summer signing Freddie Burns to secure a hard-fought victory. Leicester open their campaign against Newcastle Falcolns at Welford Road next Saturday ( Match Betting – Leicester 1/20, Draw 33/1, Newcastle 8/1) and Cockerill says his side will need to work hard in midweek to be fully ready for the game. “It was a good work-out, though there is still a lot to work on,” he told the club’s website. “It was exactly what we needed at this stage. Cardiff pushed us the whole way and both sides got a lot out of it. “We did some good things, especially early on, though we the try we conceded was a bit soft and we let them back into the game a bit too easily. “By and large, we kept a good shape in defence, we created some opportunities and we scored two nice tries. But there are things to tighten up a bit and things to work on. We want to be better.” The Tigers have not been beaten by the Falcons at Welford Road since the 1997-98 season and did the double over them last season, winning 31-6 at home before a 41-18 victory at Kingston Park in March.

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The Scoop6 is how a whopping £3.5 million | Betfred TV

August 31st, 2014 / betfred

The scoop6 has now rolled for 10 weeks, leaving an estimate £3.5 million in the prize fund To be in with a chance of winning, stay tuned to Betfred for next weeks races… You’ll love a bit of Betfred

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