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Wimbledon Tennis: Sunday 12th July
An incredible fortnight at the All England Tennis & Croquet Club has led us to the perfect climax as two of the world’s greatest ever players collide for the 2015 Men’s Wimbledon title.
British fans would have obviously loved to have seen Andy Murray in the final, but this certainly isn’t a bad substitute. Roger Federer. Novak Djokovic. Five sets. Wimbledon final. What else could you ask for on a Sunday afternoon?
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Wimbledon Tennis 2015 Women’s Final Review
Wimbledon finals weekend has already been a marvellous occasion that we’ll all remember for many years to come. The reason: Serena Williams completed the Serena Slam again.
The world number one managed to clinch her fourth consecutive Grand Slam trophy in straight sets, but she was tested by underdog Garbine Muguruza. The Spaniard broke Serena’s serve in the very first game, but the American powerhouse bounced back to take the first set 6-4.
Serena then raced into a 5-1 lead but dropped two services games to give Muguruza hope. However, Williams broke back to complete another 6-4 set win and cement another historic milestone. Both players were brilliant throughout the tournament, but it’s hard to argue against the eventual winner.
Wimbledon 2015: Men’s Final – Novak Djokovic V Roger Federer Preview
The whole world will be tuned in to Sunday’s Centre Court showdown as the timeless master takes on the world’s current best player in what should be an absolutely thrilling final.
World number one, Djokovic has rarely had to reach top from over the past two weeks but has still found his way to the final with perhaps just one scare against Kevin Anderson. The defending champ will be confident after last year’s final win, over Federer, but knows he still has a huge job on his hands.
Federer has been in great form this week, particularly against Andy Murray, and will be eager to make amends for last year’s five-set final loss. Even at 34, Federer has the winning mentality, and will be hopeful of extending his head-to-head lead to 21-19. We’ve already seen Serena become the oldest Women’s Grand Slam champion of the Open Era this weekend, will we now see Federer score another victory for the veterans?
It should be an intriguing battle. If it’s half as entertaining as last year, then we’re certainly in for a treat.
Wimbledon Tennis 2015: Novak Djokovic V Roger Federer Betting Tips
Sunday’s finalists are two phenomenal players and either man is capable of lifting the title on their day. The tight nature of their rivalry is reflected perfectly by the betting odds, as Djokovic is priced as the 4/5 favourite by Bet365. Federer is available at 11/10.
From a sporting perspective, we hope we get a final every bit as good as last year’s showdown. Federer has been brilliant at SW19, and the seven-time champion certainly has a shot.
However, we think Djokovic’s incredible backhand will prove to be too much, even for the incredible Swiss superstar. We think FedExpress will take a set, but can see the world number one making amends for his French Open final loss by claiming a second Grand Slam of the year.
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