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Wimbledon Tennis: Friday 10th July
Wimbledon 2015 has been a brilliant event thus far, and the drama could be about to be cranked up another gear as we enter Men’s semi-final day.
Just six sets separate the four remaining stars from the Grand Slam title, and it should be an exciting day at SW19 as we find out which two players will join the Women’s finalists in this weekend’s tantalising finals.
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Wimbledon Tennis 2015 Day 11 Review
Women’s semi-final day was a cracker at SW19 as all eyes were focused on Centre Court for the epic showdown between Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova.
The American world number one is bidding to complete the Serena Slam and made absolutely no mistake in taking another step towards another historic achievement by powering her way to a 6-2, 6-4 triumph. Some will be disappointed with Sharapova’s performance, but you really can’t beat Serena when she’s in this form. If she wins Saturday’s final then she will have won the last four Grand Slams in a row. Incredible.
Before that, Garbine Muguruza battled through to her first ever Grand Slam final by beating Polish starlet Agnieszka Radwanska 6-3, 2-6, 6-3. The Spaniard will now be hoping to achieve her dream by ending Serena’s.
Ladies’ semi-final day was a cracker. Now it’s over to the men.
Nation Gripped By Wimbledon Fever Ahead Of Blockbuster Semi
Centre Court will be gripped for Men’s semi-final day and we’ve got two absolutely mouth-watering prospects at the All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club. Prepare yourselves for a phenomenal day of action.
First up, defending champ Novak Djokovic takes on surprise package Richard Gasquet for a place in Sunday’s final. The French underdog is a solid player, but has surpassed expectations by reaching the last four. Can he cause a major upset by dethroning the world number one?
British fans will hope so, because Andy Murray is still in the hunt for SW19 glory. The No.3 seed takes on another Wimbledon favourite, Roger Federer, in what should be one of the best matches of the entire fortnight.
It should be a scorcher of a day in London and you can follow the action live with Bet365.
Wimbledon Tennis Day 11 Betting Tips
It’s a clash between two firm favourites as Murray and Federer stake their claims for a place in Sunday’s final. This semi-final has all the makings of a classic and the contrasting styles of play should make for an intriguing battle.
This will be Murray’s hardest challenge of the tournament so far, and it could go all the way. However, we think that could be the Brit’s biggest strength. The only way we see Federer winning is if he does it early. For that reason, we’re backing the 2013 champion to reach another final.
[quote_center]Andy Murray to win @ 5/6 with William Hill[/quote_center]
The other semi-final has an air of inevitability around it and most people will be fully expecting to see Djokovic ease through.
We can’t see much value in the handicap or set betting markets, so are going for a first set score. Of course there is a degree of luck involved, but we’re going for 6-3. Surely it can’t be another 6-4?
[quote_center]Novak Djokovic to win Set 1 6-3 @ 7/2 with Paddy Power[/quote_center]