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Federer and Nadal, early favorites in Wimbledon Betting Odds

Written by Gaby Varji   
Sunday, 20 June 2010 12:31

Nadal and Federer Favorites at Wimbledon BettingRafael Nadal, world number one ranking, and Roger Federer, who together account for the last seven victories at Wimbledon betting , are favorites in the 2010 edition which starts on Monday, although his closest rivals will try to surprise.

The London tournament is considered one of the most prestigious of tennis, but this year coincides in full World Cup betting in South Africa, sporting limelight worldwide.

After witnessing the Spanish defeat against Switzerland, Nadal, big fan of the beautiful game could be even more motivated to beat his Swiss rival on the court.

The new winner of Roland Garros will be seeded number two, because the organizers reward the results achieved on grass, so Federer will as first on the list of competitors.

Rafa goes back to the British capital two years after winning the 'game of the century' in front of his opponent up. As in 2008, the Spanish attempt to chain the victory in Paris with victory at Wimbledon.

However, there is reason for caution. From American James Blake Andy Murray of Britain, through Sweden's Robin Soderling and American Andy Roddick, there are several candidates to complicate matters the two best in the world.

In the preparatory tournaments, Spanish fell in the quarterfinals at Queen's to compatriot Feliciano Lopez, while Federer gave the final in Halle Lleyton Hewitt, who broke his streak of fifteen consecutive losses to the Swiss.

Federer, meanwhile, will pursue his seventh Wimbledon title, which reached a record holding American Pete Sampras and snatch the number one Nadal, seeking his second win in London lands.

Federer will debut on Monday against Colombian Alejandro Falla, while Nadal will face the Japanese Kei Nishikori.

In the women, the 2010 edition could be the fall of Serena and Venus Williams after a decade to dominate the tournament.

Serena, seeded No. 1, will face Portugal's Michelle Larcher De Brito in the boot, while Venus (N.2) was measured at the Paraguayan Rossanna de los Rios.

In ten issues, Venus reached five times the title, while Serena took him on three occasions.

Only two players were able to break the hegemony of the U.S.: Russian Maria Sharapova in 2004 and France's Amelie Mauresmo in 2006, the only final since 1999 that the sisters were absent.

Also have to have the Belgian Justine Henin and Kim Clijsters, who return after three to four years off the track and could embarrass the sisters, while Italy's Francesca Schiavone, who won in Paris, could cause an upset.

With weather forecasts predict temperatures hovering around 20 degrees and no threat of rain until the fifth day on Monday will begin a renewed edition of the Wimbledon betting, which will offer 37 500 entries, 2,500 fewer than in 2009.

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