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Dwayne Johnson rocking US Election 2020 winner betting market

Novelty Betting & Other Events Betting
With The Donald having thrown Political Betting for a loop last year with his US Election win, punters at Betfair haven't been afraid to go out and get bets matched on some celebrities who have no practical political background. Apparently, for US voters, the lack of experience in politics from Donald Trump wasn’t all that important when voting for the next President, which seems more than a little odd. So it has left the US Presidential Election 2020 betting market in a position where you have the likes of Mark Zuckerberg, Oprah Winfrey and Dwayne Johnson having their name sported around. It’s bizarre and while Donald Trump is 2/1 outright favourite at Bet356 to win re-election ahead of the field at the next election, punters seem to be having a little fun with this and the market is as crazy as the result of the last election. The Democrats could boost their cause by actually having a strong candidate come forward because the party seems to be in a bit of limbo at the moment. But with Hillary Clinton, last year’s loser to The Donald way out as a 28/1 shot at Betfair, it is remarkable that at some bookmakers you can get a shorter price than that on former WWE Wrestler Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson becoming the next person into the Oval Office. That's right, William Hill have the actor up at 16/1 to win the 2020 US Election and that is just a reflection that right now, the public seems to believe that anyone can become the next leader of the free world it would seem. So you have ‘The Rock’ hovering around the same market as seasoned political heavyweights Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders at 16/1 also. The Rock was a 66/1 outsider six months ago, but with reports in mid-July this year that he had filed for a campaign with the Federal Election Commission (which is the first step towards the Oval Office) his odds have been tumbling. So now Johnson is actually a better price with bookmaker Boylesports to take over office than the likes of Hilary Clinton, Ted Cruz, Mark Zuckerberg and Oprah Winfrey who is a long 50/1 punt. Aoife Heffron, Spokeswoman for Boylesports commented: “Punters definitely smell what the Rock is cooking as they continue to relentlessly back him to win the 2020 US Presidential election forcing our traders to slash his odds to 16/1 having been initially installed at 66/1.” She added, “To put that into perspective, Dwayne Johnson is now the same odds, at 16/1, to become the US President in 2020 as Senator Bernie Sanders and former Vice President Joe Biden.”

Select 2020 US Presidential Election Odds

Donald Trump 7/4 Mike Pence 7/1 Elizabeth Warren 7/1 Michelle Obama 12/1 Joe Biden 16/1 Bernie Sanders 16/1 Dwayne Johnson 16/1 Cory Booker 20/1 Paul Ryan 22/1 Mark Zuckerberg 25/1 Hillary Clinton 28/1 Oprah Winfrey 40/1 Ted Cruz 50/1 Kanye West 150/1 Over at Betfair, you can take some control of your sports accumulators with the Acca Edge product that they have. Just build yourself a qualifying accumulator with them and then you can add the Acca Edge to it. This means then that for a slight reduction in odds on the bet, you will have insurance on it, so if just one leg of the wager lets you down, you will get your lost stake refunded as cash from them. Go and register an account with online betting site Betfair and earn £30 worth of free bets as a welcome bonus from them.
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International Champions Cup Betting 2017 – Fixtures & Odds

Football Betting
The tournament that isn’t a tournament is back for the summer and that is the International Champions Cup. This is just a bunch of friendly matches involving a host of European clubs, including Premier League clubs, and it is staged over three different countries. The games will be played in the USA, China and in Singapore and really there isn’t a title to win. Each team plays around three matches and it’s not a round robin format where everyone plays everyone else. So while there really isn’t anything at stake, these are high-profile friendly matches. Involved from the English Premier League is Manchester City, Manchester United, Spurs, Arsenal and Chelsea. United, City and Spurs are playing out in the USA, while Arsenal are over in China and Chelsea are appearing in Singapore. In total there are fifteen teams taking part over the course of around two weeks. This is actually going to be a little more important to the English clubs taking part because their domestic season kicks off earlier than their European counterparts. The first round of fixtures are played on July 19th and the final games are played on July 30th. A bit of history. The International Champions Cup was started as a pre-season money spinner back in 2013 and the early editions feature eight teams which were split into two simple groups of four. But then the tournament grew to include different numbers of teams and the event was spread out over different location across the globe. The first edition though had a really complicated set up which was scrapped for the following season and the winner of the group from each location was determined after each team has played three matches. Those two group winners met in the final to decide the title. The 2015 edition, which was hosted in three different locations, just saw the group winner of each location crowned champion. Last year was the same way too, but some teams played fewer games than others so it’s all a bit of mess. It will be the same way again. USA Roma, Paris St Germain, Manchester United, Manchester City, Juventus, Barcelona, Tottenham, Real Madrid China Bayern Munich, Borussia Dortmund, Inter Milan, Milan, Lyon, Arsenal Singapore Bayern Munich, Inter Milan Chelsea

International Champions Cup Promotion

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International Champions Cup Preview

The USA action kicks off with Roma v PSG on July 19th but then on the 20th you are looking at a big English showdown of Manchester United v Manchester City. These two were set to meet in China last summer but it got rained off much to everyone's annoyance. This will be a good chance for the two clubs to show off their new summer signings and this will be one of the feature matches of the tournament. Manchester United will go on to face big challenges in Real Madrid and Barcelona, while the Citizens go on to play Real Madrid and Tottenham. Other notable big clashes are Juventus v Barcelona on July 22nd while we even get to have a look at a pre-season El Clasico between Real Madrid v Barcelona which goes down on July 29th and that will be one to look forward to. Spurs will open against PSG before facing up to Roma and then that English battle against Man City. Over in China, Arsenal will be playing, but as is the nature of this tournament, the Gunners only get the one game which is against Bayern Munich on July 19th. So that is all the participation that the Gunners are going to have and that’s a long way to go for that one game. Bayern Munich will also face AC Milan out in China and then they will over to Singapore. So that is the truncated action in China with just the four matches being played. Then in Singapore, you have Chelsea taking on Bayern Munich in their opener which is going to be a high profile showdown. The Premier League champions then go on to meet up with Inter Milan. The one other game in Singapore is Bayern Munich v Inter Milan, so as you can see most of the action will be going down in the USA.

USA International Champions Cup Fixtures

July 19th - Roma v PSG July 20th - Man Utd v Man City July 22nd - Juventus v Barcelona July 22nd - PSG v Spurs July 23rd - Real Madrid v Man Utd July 25th - Spurs v Roma July 26th - Barcelona v Man Utd July 26th - Man City v Real Madrid July 29th - Man City v Spurs July 29th - Real Madrid v Barcelona July 30th - Roma v Juventus

China International Champions Cup Fixtures

July 18th - Milan v Borussia Dortmund July 19th - Bayern Munich v arsenal July 22nd - Bayern Munich v Milan July 24th - Inter Milan v Lyon

Singapore International Champions Cup Fixture

July 25th - Chelsea v Bayern Munich July 27th - Bayern Munich v Inter Milan July 29th - Chelsea v Inter Milan

International Champions Cup Predictions

Don’t bother with outcomes in each of the three sections in terms of champions, because that doesn’t matter and you have to remember that this is all pre-season stuff when managers are just going to be looking at squads and protecting their key players as much as possible ahead of the new season. So while you will see new signings appearing, it’s not going to be a full-blooded contest between all of these European giants. The best way to approach your International Champions Cup 2017 betting at bet365 is just enjoying the individual match betting and this is where live in-play betting is going to be big because you can see who is in the starting line ups and who is actually bothering to put in a good shift on the day.
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Garbine Muguruza v Venus Williams Wimbledon Final 2017 Odds

Tennis Betting
The home crowds were hoping to see Johanna Konta contesting the final of the women’s draw this year, but the British number one fell in the semi finals to Venus Williams. Age is clearly not an issue for the older of the Williams sisters as the 37-year-old will step out onto Center Court for the second Grand Slam final of this season. She lost in the Australian Open showcase match to her sister Serena earlier in the season. So will Williams be able to capture the title as she goes into the game as bet365 11/10 underdog against Spain's Garbine Muguruza? Williams is a seven-time Grand Slam champion and if she gets her hands on the title on Saturday, this will be her first success since 2009 in a Grand Slam. There really is not a lot of pressure on her to come out and deliver the win against the younger player, but she still loves the big stage and she will turn up and be competitive in the Final. It has been a good resurgence from Williams this season, much as Roger Federer has come back to the top this term. Muguruza goes as 5/6 favourite at bet365 for Saturday’s showdown. Muguruza has a Grand Slam title to her name after having won in France last season, but she has had a difficult time building on that success over the last twelve months though. She made a big break through back at Wimbledon 2015 when she ran to the final before being stopped by Serena Williams there and after last year’s second round exit, she deserves credit for scrapping it out and getting back to the Saturday final. Muguruza had to fight back from a set down against world number one Angelique Kerber in the last sixteen and the took down Magdalena Rybarikova in a lopsided semi final. So can Muguruza get some degree of revenge over the other Williams sister for her loss to Serena a couple of years ago? It won't be easy because Williams is keeping points short and her serve has been fantastic on the grass and is so difficult for opponents to handle. It may be worth looking for the match to go the distance and 5/4 on three sets in the match will be a nice value. Williams leads the head to head over Muguruza 3-1 but it was the Spaniard who won the most recent meeting between the two, back in Rome this season in the quarter finals on clay. Prior to that, Williams had won all the previous hard court meetings. Muguruza has a clear and direct game plan of her own and if this one does go the distance then things will favour her just that little bit more. A Muguruza 2-1 set victory will have appeal at a price of 3/1. Online betting site Bet365 run a great tennis accumulator bonus where you can earn a bonus of up to 50% on accumulator wins. This offer applies to winnings on pre-match accumulators of 2 or more selections on To Win Match, First Set Winner and Set Betting markets for Singles and Doubles matches from any Grand Slam, ATP, WTA or Challenger Tour event, as well as Singles and Doubles matches from the Davis Cup, Fed Cup and Hopman Cup. The maximum bonus that you can receive is £100,000. Register an account with online betting site Bet365 and earn a 100% matched deposit bonus as a welcome offer.
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Roger Federer v Tomas Berdych Wimbledon 2017 Odds – 14th July, 2017

Tennis Betting
The evergreen Roger Federer made really light work of last year’s Wimbledon losing finalist Milos Raonic in their quarter final duel. Wednesday turned out to be a really good day for anyone who had backed Federer to go and in the title against this year at SW19. That is because world number one Andy Murray fell to a defeat against Sam Querrey because of injury problems and Novak Djokovic retired from his match against Tomas Berdych after losing the first set because of a bad elbow. So that leaves Federer the only one of the big four standing in this year’s tournament and his odds of capturing the Wimbledon title for the eighth time in his career just tumbled even further. Now he goes off to face Berdych in the semi finals of the competition and Federer is 1/9 odds at bet365 on to take the victory the match, with Berdych a heavy underdog at 11/2. Frankly, the way that Federer is making everything look so easy, it’s hard to see him slipping up. Federer just totally tore Raonic apart in their quarter final duel and Federer is a 4/6 quote at bet365 to win 3-0 again against Berdych. Federer holds an 18-6 head to head record against Czech player Berdych and Federer has won the last seven meetings between the two of them. They did meet at Wimbledon back in 2010 and on that occasion, Berdych did pull out a win over four sets in the quarter finals. Their only other Wimbledon meeting was in 2006 with Federer winning in straight sets. Berdych was a losing semi finalist at Wimbledon last year, so he has matched his best ever run at SW19. Berdych has dropped at least a set in all but one of his Wimbledon matches this season, and he has seen off a notable contender Dominic Thiem over five sets in the fourth round. But that extra work against Theim will have been balanced out by the short time on court against Djokovic in that quarter final match up. From three previous head to head games on grass, Federer is 2-1 up over Berdych. Federer just looks imperious at the moment and will be expected to march on towards yet another Grand Slam Final. Federer is just making things look so easy at the moment, holding his serve without any fuss and he hasn’t dropped a set so far in this season’s championship. He just hasn’t been phased at all and he won 90% of his first serve points against Raonic in that semi final. There is a certain sense of inevitably now that they will get his hands on the title again. Online betting site Bet365 run a great tennis accumulator bonus where you can earn a bonus of up to 50% on accumulator wins. This offer applies to winnings on pre-match accumulators of 2 or more selections on To Win Match, First Set Winner and Set Betting markets for Singles and Doubles matches from any Grand Slam, ATP, WTA or Challenger Tour event, as well as Singles and Doubles matches from the Davis Cup, Fed Cup and Hopman Cup. The maximum bonus that you can receive is £100,000. Register an account with online betting site Bet365 and earn a 100% matched deposit bonus as a welcome offer.
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Women’s Euro Betting 2017 – Winner Odds & Predictions

Football Betting
It has been a fantastic summer for international football, even without a major championship going on. We have seen a lot of ENgland’s youth across different levels competing, we have seen the Confederations Cup and now the reaction moves on to the much anticipated UEFA Women’s Euro 2017. This year’s edition is being hosted in the Netherlands and it starts on July 16th and runs through to the final on August 6th. This tournament is played every four years and for the first time this year, the tournament gets expanded out to 16 teams from the previous twelve. Germany are the reigning champions of Europe having beaten Norway in the 2013 Final and back then England did a terrible job in finishing bottom of their group. But after a tremendous amount of growth since then the Lionesses are going to The Netherlands as one of the front runners. The format for the event is pretty straight forward with four groups of four teams in the first stage and the top two from each of those groups go through to the knockout stage. Then it is just a straight shot to the finals.

Women’s Euro 217 Betting Odds

Germany Women 5/2, France Women 7/2, England Women 7/1, Sweden Women 10/1, Netherlands Women 10/1, Norway Women 14/1, Spain Women 14/1, bar 25/1 Euro Women 2017

Women's Euro Betting 2017 Promotion

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Women's Euro Betting 2017 Preview

There looks as if there is going to be some great matches to come down the line at the tournament this year and there could be a real scrap in some of the groups as well. No-one looks as if they are going to particularly have an easy time of things at the tournament, which is great for the fans watching on. For the draw, Netherlands were in Pot 1 as hosts and they were joined there by the top three teams in the world, Germany, France and England. They were split up over the four groups which panned out like this:

Women’s Top 8 Rankings

Germany, France, England, Norway, Sweden, Spain, Switzerland, Italy Group A Netherlands, Norway, Denmark, Belgium Not an easy group for the Netherlands as the hosts here because they will get a scrap from Norway in Portugal for the top spot in the group. Not only that, the Dutch are close to both Denmark and Belgium in the rankings as well, which suggests that this is going to be a very tight group. First up though, you can’t ignore the big 7/4 price at bet365 on the 2013 runners up Norway getting the group win in this one. Group B Germany, Sweden, Italy, Russia Probably one of the easier groups to call, because Germany should go out and take the win in this one. They are a powerhouse and even though Sweden are a pretty reliable bunch when it comes to taking on international tournaments, it’s hard to see them having enough to overhaul the Germans for the top spot in this one. Germany are 2/9 to win the group. Group C France, Iceland, Austria, Switzerland We will take back what we said above about being the easiest group, because of the big guns, France should have the easiest time in the group stage of the Women’s Euro 2018. The French are one of the favourites to go win the tournament outright and no-one in the group is likely to get the better of them. It would be a surprise to see them win all three games and they are 1/9 to win the group. Group D England, Scotland, Spain, Portugal England are 8/15 odds on favourites at bet365 to win Group D and move on through to the quarterfinals of the tournament. They will know though that they are going to face a spirited Scotland Women side in that battle and Spain won’t totally be a pushover either. The Lionesses will have some work to do in this group, but at the end of the day, it would be a total shocker if they didn’t qualify.

Germany

Germany are eight-time champions of the Women’s Euro and they will be heavily backed going in this next edition to defend their title. They have won each of the last six editions of the tournament so someone is going to have a tough time breaking their dominance. On top of that, just for further proof of their greatness, they went and collected the Olympic Gold last summer as well. The are quality and class and they scored 35 unanswered goals in qualification, which included two wins over Russia who they meet in Group B here. What will give others a glimmer of hope is that they only finished second at the SheBelieves Cup, missing out to France. Their squad, which includes defender Josephine Henning, top class striker Anja Mittag and midfielder Lena Goessling, along with the talented youngster Sara Dabritz and new captain Dzsenifer Marozsan, they have depth, strength, talent and yep, pretty much everything.

France

Winners of the SheBelieves Cup this year, France are in a strong position to go on and make something special happen in the tournament. They have been disappointed in the tournament before though, but they have a squad which is packed with so much talent that it is enviable. Eugenie Le Sommer should shine again for them, arguably one of the game’s greatest and she has the goals to fire her country forward. But while the French play with a lot of style and panache, they also boast a brilliant defence directed by Wendie Renard. They got through the SheBelieves Cup with conceding just the one goal along the way. Germany are a very solid unit and extremely strong, France do have that extra touch of quality about them though and yes they disappointed last time out in the 2013 edition, but are much stronger right now.

England

The Lionesses really arrived back at the 2015 Women’s World Cup where they finished third there against all of the odds. Manager Mark Sampson will be targeting this tournament hard and England have the team spirit and ability to go out and win this one. The expectations of them is a little higher now after that epic World Cup run, but there will be question marks asked of their defence. England Women have never won a major tournament before, but they have finished runners up twice at the European Championship, back in 1984 and recently in 2009. They only collected one point form their three group stage competition, but should have a better run at this one. The Lionesses lost to France and Germany by one goal margins at the SheBelieves Cup but took a win over the USA there. Their team spirit isn’t going to come into question, just that extra quality in depth to match up to the lives of France and German down the line, may be. England will have a battle against auld enemy Scotland in the group, with Spain a tricky opponent as well.

Sweden

Sweden are reliable enough in the women’s game to expect them to follow Germany through the group stage. They lost out to Germany in the Olympic Final last year so they will get another mouthwatering shot against the Germans in the group stage, so watch out for that one on July 17th. Looking back to the 2013 edition there is further history between the two nations, with Sweden losing in the semi-final to the Germans there as well. The Swedes have long been a very solid force in the women’s game, but didn’t go well at the Algarve Cup, but smashed group opponents Russia along the way. They will benefit from the quality coach that is Pia Sundhage and they will look for top scorer Lotta Schelin to carry them. They are carrying one of the older squads into the competition through.

Predictions

Picking a winner out of this bunch really should come down to Germany or France at bet365. What makes this interesting is that if they both win their groups, they could meet in the semi final instead of the final. So that gives the winners of Group A and Group D a very decent shot at piling through to the final to meet one of them. Group A look the weakest and Group D is England’s group. So there is a huge incentive for the Lionessese to go and win their group and potentially face an easy quarter final opponent before perhaps Norway or Netherlands in the semifinal. The draw has been kind to England and they have to be worth a flutter. But if you are looking for a winner, the track record of Germany is just stunning and because of France’s failing at the Euros before, it has to be the Germans.
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Wayne Rooney 6/4 to score against Man Utd next season in EPL

Premier League Betting
Wayne Rooney’s return to Goodison Park has caught a lot of media attention. He has gone back to his boyhood club after the Toffees sold Romelu Lukaku on to Manchester United. While Rooney’s return to Goodison Park will delight the player, there is going to be pressure on him to perform and after only netting five league goals for Manchester United last season, Rooney will have to work hard to rediscover his scoring touch. It may very well be that Rooney ends up being second fiddle up front to whoever the Toffees go out and spend money on to replace Lukaku. Bet365 have quoted 6/4 on Rooney to score a goal against Manchester United next season in the Premier League bit he is an odds on price of 8/11 with the bookmaker to score less than nine league goals this season. He is 11/10 to over that mark. As a teenager with Everton, he scored only 17 goals in 77 appearances for them in the league so wasn’t prolific for the club. Arsenal’s Olivier Giroud has been touted as a potential replacement for Lukaku and it could end up being the case that much like last season, Rooney finds himself on the bench a lot. Giroud is as short as 5/4 to join the Toffees in the summer with the Gunners making a bid for Alexandre Lacazette. But going back to Rooney, he brings precious experience and leadership to the Toffees who have been on a bit of a spending spree this season. Rooney could make his debut in Everton's home match against Stoke on the opening weekend of the 2017/18 Premier League season and he's a price of 7/4 to net in the game. The other question is, will the move boost Rooney’s chance of getting back to the international scene? Certainly more games would help him out and he is 3/1 to be with England at the World Cup 2018 next summer in Russia. Bet365 have him at 100/1 to be the Premier League top scorer next season. Take advantage of some fantastic football betting products available at online betting site Bet365. For starters, there is their great 0-0 bore draw insurance available on all matches which offers great protection on your pre-match correct score, scorecast or half-time/full-time wagers. There are great each-way first goalscorer odds to be taken as well and you can enjoy extensive live in-play football betting as well as live streams from some of Europe’s top leagues. With cash out and partial cash out options available as well, sign up for an account with Bet365 and enjoy a 100% matched deposit bonus from them to get in on the action!
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Andy Murray v Sam Querrey Wimbledon 2017 Odds 12th July 2017

Tennis Betting
A straight sets victory in the fourth round was just what Andy Murray needed and he pulled it out of the bag against Benoit Paire on Centre Court on Monday. With Johanna Konta having gotten through to the last eight as well, this is the first time since 1973 that there has been a Brit in the last eight of both the men's and women's draws at Wimbledon in the same year. This is the 10th straight Wimbledon quarter final appearance for Murray now and aside from a slow start on his serve, Murray laid down enough dominance against Paire to come through in straight sets. It was a good test nonetheless for Murray because the Frenchman threw all sorts of unpredictable stuff at him, from big serves to drop shots and volleys. So Murray was kept on his toes but he marches through now to meet America’s Sam Querrey for a place in the semi finals. Murray and Querrey did meet up earlier this year in the Australian Open Andy Murray won that one in straight sets. The world number one dominates the head to head against Querrey 7-1 and his only defeat against the American was in the final of California back in 2010. This is a big quarter final match up and it is worth looking at a Murray 3-1 set victory at bet365 for a price of 11/4 because the Brit still does look vulnerable in dropping sets. He can be backed at 4/5 with Bet365 to win in straight sets. But his class and experience should win out against the American. Querrey has had some epic battles to get to the quarter finals. In the third round he just managed to outlast Jo-Wilfried Tsonga over five sets and then he was back in another five set duel as he battled South Africa’s Kevin Anderson on Monday. While Murray was cruising through in straight sets, Querrey had to dig deep including having to bounce back from losing a 13-11 tie break in the fourth to get past Anderson. So Murray should be comfortable in this one to find his way through to the semi finals. Those extended matches that Querrey has battled through in the last two rounds won’t help his chances in this one and Murray hasn’t dropped a set in his two previous clashes with the American on grass. One of those was at Wimbledon back in 2010 in the round of sixteen which Murray eased through. Murray is 1/7 odds on for the match win in this one with Querrey out at 9/2. Online betting site Bet365 run a great tennis accumulator bonus where you can earn a bonus of up to 50% on accumulator wins. This offer applies to winnings on pre-match accumulators of 2 or more selections on To Win Match, First Set Winner and Set Betting markets for Singles and Doubles matches from any Grand Slam, ATP, WTA or Challenger Tour event, as well as Singles and Doubles matches from the Davis Cup, Fed Cup and Hopman Cup. The maximum bonus that you can receive is £100,000. Register an account with online betting site Bet365 and earn a 100% matched deposit bonus as a welcome offer.
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Johanna Konta v Carolina Garcia Wimbledon 2017 Tennis Betting Odds – July 10th, 2017

Tennis Betting
Remarkably after having started the tournament at a hefty 12/1 price, Johanna Konta is now 7/2 outright favourite to win the women’s title on the grass at SW19. That’s a turnaround. What really set up her for that tag of favourite was her dramatic win over Donna Vekic in the second round. Coming out as the victor in that epic duel showed that Konta can handle the pressure and that she certainly has the grit that she needs to go on and do some damage in this tournament. Already this is her career best run at Wimbledon and she steps out into fourth round action against Caroline Garcia on Monday. Konta is 4/11 at bet365 to win the match, with Garcia out at a not-unappealing 9/4 price. This will be another serious test for Konta though, who came through in straight sets against Maria Sakkari in the third round. Being in this part of the draw, she got the entire weekend off as well, so that will help her as she pushes on into the second week. But these two have already met this season and Garcia was the victor in that one. The French player won it on a final set tiebreaker and that was the fourth meeting between the two players and the head to head stands a 2-2. This will be the first time that they have met on grass though. Konta has already shown her grit in the tournament and she will face a player who has a lot of that too because Garcia is a fiery character who punches hard. Garcia is a very tough player and has come through the tournament without having dropped a set. Konta is going to have to be at her best in his one. Youngster Garcia is one of those players who really has the look about her in terms of being a future Grand Slam champion, the 23 year old is maturing nicely now in her career after an electric start and then a dip. Going into the tournament Garcia carried a 21/13 win/loss record for the season with no titles, going up against the 29/9 win/loss record of Konta and her two titles. But this looks as if it could be close and a Konta 2-1 set betting punt is a good 11/4 price at Bet365 looks value. Online betting site Bet365 run a great tennis accumulator bonus where you can earn a bonus of up to 50% on accumulator wins. This offer applies to winnings on pre-match accumulators of 2 or more selections on To Win Match, First Set Winner and Set Betting markets for Singles and Doubles matches from any Grand Slam, ATP, WTA or Challenger Tour event, as well as Singles and Doubles matches from the Davis Cup, Fed Cup and Hopman Cup. The maximum bonus that you can receive is £100,000. Register an account with online betting site Bet365 and earn a 100% matched deposit bonus as a welcome offer.
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Johanna Konta v Maria Sakkari Wimbledon Tennis Betting Odds & Preview – July 7th, 2017

Tennis Betting
Johanna Konta will be hoping for an easier match up in the third round than the one she got against Donna Vekic in the second round. Konta had to dig deep to pull off that win over Vekic, 7-6 (7-4) 4-6 10-8 on Centre Court. That was as good as tennis matches get really and it had everything in the high-quality dual. But the extra exertion that Konta had to go through to get past Vekic, who had beaten Konta recently in the final of Nottingham, needs to be redressed with a quick win here. This will be Konta's first match against Greek player Sakkari. So this is unknown territory for both as this is the first time that they will have faced each other and it is the first time that Konta has been past the second round of Wimbledon. Konta has a 29/9 match record for the year, while Sakkari is at 14/16. So what will that epic win over Vekic have done for Konta? It has to have done here self belief the power of good you would imagine. While there is a worry about tiredness, you are table about a role model of professionalism, so she should handle this fine. Konta is a price of 4/11 at bet365 to in the match 2-0 in set betting and that is just what she needs. Sakkari pulled off a win over Kristyna Pliskova in the second round, but that was a three-set match for the Greek player as well. So she had an extended match last time after having fallen a set down. But the youngster, being ranked 101st in the world, shouldn’t pose too big of a threat to Konta who should sweep this without losing a set. A nice Konta -5.5 game handicap looks value at 4/6.

Johanna Konta v Maria Sakkari Betting Odds

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Johanna Konta v Donna Vekic Wimbledon betting odds – 5th July 2017

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After racing through the first round of Wimbledon against Su-Wei Hsieh, looking free and easy after her big injury scare at Eastbourne in the build-up week, Johanna Konta will target a place in the third round on Wednesday. In this second round battle, she will face Donna Vekic, which makes for a fascinating contest because these two recently met up in the final of Nottingham and heavy underdog Vekic won the day. That was a tight three set game though and the Total Sets at bet365 on over 2.5 is a decent 6/4 punt. You would hope that Konta would be a little more comfortable this time around though on the big stage and a Konta 2-0 set victory returns a price of 4/6 with Coral. In that recent meeting at Nottingham, Konta raced away with the first set and it turned around in a tiebreak at the end of the second set.

Johanna Konta v Donna Vekic Wimbledon tennis odds

Johanna Konta 1/4, Donna Vekic 3/1 The previous meeting between the two players was in Cincinnati back in 2016 on hard court, which Konta won in straight sets. So far this year, Konta has posted a 29/9 win/loss record for the season, claiming nearly $2million in prize money. As for the youngster Vekic, she is at 24/17 in the win/loss record for the season but she has picked up that title at Nottingham. This is where you would really expect Konta to step up to the plate and show her mettle even though it isn't (if she wins) going to be her toughest match at this Championships. Konta has two titles to her name this season and after she was rattling along well in Eastbourne, she pulled out of the semi-final stages after her fall in her win over Angelique Kerber in the quarter-finals. That meant we missed a potentially great showdown between her and Pliskova. There will be pressure on Konta to get through this one as she goes back as favourite, even though she has actually only won two singles matches in six years at Wimbledon. Konta is a better hard court player without a shadow of a doubt than she is grass, but her runs in Nottingham and at Eastbourne should have filled her with more confidence. She is getting there technically on the surface. If Konta can get through this then she would potentially faced Kristyna Ploskiva in the third round and then two-time Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova could be waiting in the last sixteen. Online betting site Bet365 run a great tennis accumulator bonus where you can earn a bonus of up to 50% on accumulator wins. This offer applies to winnings on pre-match accumulators of 2 or more selections on To Win Match, First Set Winner and Set Betting markets for Singles and Doubles matches from any Grand Slam, ATP, WTA or Challenger Tour event, as well as Singles and Doubles matches from the Davis Cup, Fed Cup and Hopman Cup. The maximum bonus that you can receive is £100,000. Register an account with online betting site Bet365 and earn a 100% matched deposit bonus as a welcome offer.
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