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ATP Miami Sony Ericsson Open Tennis Betting Odds

Written by Matt Stevens   
Wednesday, 21 March 2012 06:54

2012 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 OddsRafa Nadal faces the second ATP World Tour Masters 1000 betting event this year but this time is in Miami, looking for his first wound in a course that started with no 'bite' more than a trophy in doubles, where Novak Djokovic, the defending champion, and above all, Roger Federer start as favorites. Join Now to Bet on this Game!

The world number two, finalist last year, in 2005 and in 2008, comes wrapped in doubt after his stint in Indian Wells, where he fell in the semifinals in the single frame, but won the doubles title with Marc Lopez.

Rafa Nadal suffered a lot in the California desert to break in the quarterfinals to David Nalbandian, one of the players that best have taken the measure, and was eliminated in semis against Roger Federer, champion.

Now, get to a stage where it still has not registered its name in the list of winners - is one of the four Masters who still resist him with Cincinnati, Paris and Shanghai - and where last year conceded the second of six Novak Djokovic defeats.

However, the overwhelming favorite Roger Federer is tied in the California desert a record 19 Masters Nadal himself, and added his fourth title in Indian Wells, 73 to his credit, the third year - after Rotterdam and Dubai - and chained his fifteenth consecutive victory.

The Basel, unstoppable in the beginning of course, has two titles in Florida, in 2005 and 2006, losing to Andre Agassi in what was his first final of a Masters in 2002.

The world number one, Novak Djokovic, the Open champion in Australia, try to cut the doubts about his fitness after losing to John Isner in the semifinals at Indian Wells against Andy Murray in Dubai .

While the Scottish champion in 2009, attempt to show that his loss to Guillermo Garcia-Lopez in the second round of Indian Wells was only a mole in a season in which, under the baton of Ivan Lendl has won Brisbane, made the semifinals in Melbourne Park and end in Dubai.

David Ferrer will have the same aim. Champion in Auckland, Buenos Aires and Acapulco, the Javea lost in the third round of California, but will try enjugarlo in Miami, where it has the semifinals in 2005 and 2006 as best result.

The rest of the 'Navy', Nicolas Almagro and Fernando Verdasco will try to focus on a win line, while Feliciano Lopez look tempranera forget his defeat at Indian Wells.

Furthermore, the rest of the picture, John Isner attempt to show that its end in Indian Wells was not chance, Juan Martin del Potro will want to take another step to return to the 'top-ten' and players like Jo-Wilfried Tsonga or Berdych Tomas end with its irregularity.

Finally, the event will be special to Chile's Fernando Gonzalez, who recently announced more than a month could the end to his career in this event. The 'Bomber Queen, "which reached number five in the world, depleted by injuries, will say goodbye this week with eleven titles under his belt and three Olympic medals - one gold, one silver and one bronze

ATP Miami Sony Ericsson Open Tennis Betting Odds:

Novak Djokovic: 13/8
Roger Federer: 3/1
Andy Murray: 5/1
Rafael Nadal: 6/1
Juan Martin Del Potro: 16/1

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