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We are all set for another cracking day of action at Wimbledon and after Rafael Nadal’s shock exit in the first round yesterday, every player will be aware that they can’t take anything for granted in Grand Slam tennis.
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Serena Williams is one of the first players on court this afternoon as she locks horns with Mandy Minella and there is no doubt the American is the big favourite to win this one.
Williams comes to SW 19 in the form of her life and she is looking to win this tournament for the sixth time and for the fourth time in five years. Williams comes here as the French Open champion as well, so confidence is high and it is no surprise she is at 1/100 to take this opening round match.
We will see world number one Novak Djokovic in action today as well as he takes on Florian Mayer, who is a player with plenty of experience, but he shouldn’t give the Serbian any problems.
Djokovic is one of the most professional players in tennis and he is sure to give it his all this afternoon, especially in the opening stages. The number one seed is a 1/33 shot to come out on top and is at 5/19 to take this one in straight sets.
Djokovic doesn’t have Andy Murray or Roger Federer in his side of the draw, so if he can get some momentum going, he should make the final.
One man that might have plenty to say about that is David Ferrer as the Spaniard is ranked as the number four seed and gets his tournament underway at 4.30pm.
Ferrer goes up against Martin Alund and after watching his fellow countryman crash out yesterday, he will be aware that he is Spain’s biggest hope of winning this Grand Slam. As he is in his 30’s, he knows there might not be too many more chances to reach the latter stages of these big tournaments.
Alund will be quietly confident in this one, but it is all about Ferrer and if he plays as we know he can, there is no doubt he will come out on top. If you fancy a bet on the underdog, he is at 33/1.
With Nadal’s exit, a number of the players often on the fringe of reaching semi-finals and finals will be confident they can do something special at SW 19 this year and we see Richard Gasquet in action today against Marcel Granollers.
Gasquet is a 1/14 shot in his first round match and if he plays well, he is sure to sail through to the second round.
It might also be worth keeping an eye on Tomas Berdych’s match against Martin Klizan as the former has shown in the past just how strong he can be on the grass.
We are all set for a cracking day of action and although we might not see the big shock that we did yesterday, there is sure to be plenty of entertainment from Wimbledon.