Tennis Betting

Tennis Betting 14-02-2019

Djokovic Motivated To Surpass Federer

[ad_1] Australian Open champion Novak Djokovic admits he still has “far” to go to overhaul Roger Federer but that is now a motivation for him. Novak Djokovic (9/4 – 2019 French Open Outright) has set his sights on surpassing Roger Federer’s record of 20 Grand Slam titles following his triumph in the Australian Open final. […]

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Tennis Betting 12-02-2019

Can anybody stop Novak Djokovic?

[ad_1] Novak Djokovic won his 15th major on Sunday with a 6-3, 6-2, 6-3 win over Rafael Nadal in the Australian Open final. His triumph over the Spaniard means he is the first male player to win seven titles in Melbourne. He was previously tied with Roger Federer and Roy Emerson on six. Djokovic was […]

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Tennis Betting 12-02-2019

Tsonga Fires Comeback Warning – Betfred Blog

[ad_1] Jo-Wilfried Tsonga showed signs that he could put his injury issues behind him and launch a serious comeback in 2019 after winning his first ATP Tour title since 2017 at the Open Sud de France on Sunday. The 33-year-old Frenchman has been a regular in the top-10 of the world rankings throughout his career, […]

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Tennis Betting 11-02-2019

Will Andy Murray’s hip surgery extend his career?

[ad_1] After only competing in seven tournaments in 2018, Andy Murray gave a tearful press conference on the eve of this year’s Australian Open, stating it could be his final tournament, despite his intentions to retire after Wimbledon this summer. The former world number one lost his opening round match against Roberto Bautista Agut. Despite […]

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Tennis Betting 21-01-2019

Aussie Open Could Be End Of The Road For Murray

[ad_1] Andy Murray (40/1 Australian Open outright) has revealed the Australian Open could be his last tournament as he will soon be forced to retire due to his ongoing hip problem. The Scot, who has two Wimbledon and one US Open title to his name, has been struggling to recover from hip surgery and has […]

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Tennis Betting 20-01-2019

10/3 Murray Hard To Back Down Under

[ad_1] With Andy Murray suggesting the 2019 Australian Open could be his last tournament due to a long-standing hip injury, it is hard to see the value in backing the former British number one at 10/3 to get the better of Roberto Bautista Agut in round one on Monday. Two-time Wimbledon champion Murray was in […]

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Tennis Betting 19-01-2019

Confident Kerber Ready For Melbourne

[ad_1] Angelique Kerber (8/1 Women’s Australian Open 2019) has warned her rivals that her form is trending nicely ahead of the Australian Open. The German won at Melbourne Park in 2016, a success that kicked off a magnificent year which also included finals at both the Olympics and Wimbledon, as well as a second Grand […]

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Tennis Betting 19-01-2019

Nadal Ready To Trial New Service Action

[ad_1] Rafael Nadal (9/1 Men’s Australian Open 2019) believes his new serving action is ready for the scrutiny of the Grand Slams as he completes his preparation for the Australian Open. The Spaniard has not played since knee pain forced him to retire from his US Open semi-final against Juan Martin del Potro and that […]

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Tennis Betting 18-01-2019

Federer Relaxed Ahead Of Australian Open Defence

[ad_1] Roger Federer believes his form at the start of the season has given him plenty of confidence going into the Australian Open. Defending champion Roger Federer admits he would love to win his 100th career title at the Australian Open this month but he is determined to not put too much pressure on himself […]

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Tennis Betting 17-01-2019

Boulter Through Despite Tie-Break Blunder

[ad_1] Katie Boulter says she is “pretty proud of herself” after overcoming a brain freeze and Ekaterina Makarova to reach the Australian Open second round. Britain’s Katie Boulter will hope to remember the rules against 11th seed Aryna Sabalenka in the second round of the Australian Open after beating Ekaterina Makarova in round one (Boulter […]

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Tennis Betting 17-01-2019

Murray Shows Class Despite Aussie Exit

[ad_1] Andy Murray has hinted he is not done yet despite his Australian Open exit while Roger Federer eased through to round two. Andy Murray’s battling five-set loss to Roberto Bautista Agut in the first round of the Australian Open proved just what a warrior he has been over the years. Having slipped two sets […]

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Tennis Betting 17-01-2019

Have we seen the last of Andy Murray?

[ad_1] After his heroic performance against Roberto Bautista Agut, Andy Murray has said he will make a decision on potentially career-extending hip surgery in a “week or two” It almost seemed as if Murray surprised himself with his performance against the Spaniard, maybe speaking too soon about a potential retirement. Murray’s emotional press conference on […]

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Tennis Betting 17-01-2019

13/8 Konta Expects Tough Muguruza Clash

[ad_1] Konta booked her spot in round two of the year’s first Grand Slam with a hard-fought, three-set victory over Australia’s Ajla Tomljanovic. In a match lasting nearly three hours, the British number one prevailed 7-6 (7-4) 2-6 7-6 (10-7), showing signs she is returning to the form that saw her reach the Melbourne Park […]

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Tennis Betting 16-01-2019

Anderson Exits As Fresh US Faces Emerge

[ad_1] Wimbledon finalist Kevin Anderson was a high-profile casualty at the Australian Open, losing to Frances Tiafoe on a day when American tennis fans were given a glimpse of a brighter future on the men’s side. The fifth-seeded South African was beaten on a hot day by the 20-year-old American, despite taking the first set […]

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Tennis Betting 14-09-2018

Greenberg: Serena Williams’ US Open final controversy never should have happened | Get Up! | ESPN

Mike Greenberg discusses why the debate in Serena Williams’ ’ United States Open last match never ever ought to have taken place, and Maria Taylor and Jalen Rose respond to exactly what they saw in Serena’’ s match. Read more: youtube.com [fcrp_feat_sc sc_id=”18347″]

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