Wimbledon Women’s final : Sabine Lisicki v Marion Bartoli Live Streaming Service available for punters and tennis fans

After Andy Murray’s heroics, its the womens tennis final with Sabine Lisicki v Marion Bartoli live stream available with Bet365, who offer free bets in addition to a full service on Finals weekend from SW19.

It should be a bumper few days as we see Germans Sabine Lisicki taking on Marion Bartoli in the final, as well as the monumental clash between Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic on Sunday.

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women’s final at Wimbledon takes place on Saturday afternoon and although it isn’t the match many were expecting, we should be in for a superb encounter from SW19 as Sabine Lisicki and Marion Bartoli lock horns for the trophy.

These two have surprised plenty of people in reaching this stage of the tournament, but they now know they aren’t going to be any better chances to win a Grand Slam and with the way both women are playing, this isn’t going to be an easy encounter to call.

However, the bookies do have an odds-on favourite for this final as Sabine Lisicki is being tipped at 5/11 to win the encounter.

The German had a superb match with Agnieszka Radwanska in the previous round and she took the match in three sets. The final set lasted 16 games, but Lisicki took the spoils 9-7.

She should be full of confidence coming into this one, but the semi-final would have taken a lot out of her, both mentally and physically. However, momentum is such a big thing in Grand Slam tennis.

This is the furthest the world number 24 has ever got in a Grand Slam, but her record at Wimbledon is good as she made the last eight in 2010 and 2012, as well as the semi-final in 2011. She has been involved in a final at SW19 in the past as well as the German played in a doubles encounter in 2011, which she came runner-up in.

That knowhow could be a big advantage for the 23-year-old though and if she plays how she did for parts of the match against Radwanska, then we might see Lisicki get her hands on one of the most famous trophies this sport has to offer.

As for Marion Bartoli, she has been superb at Wimbledon this year and is yet to drop a set in the singles tournament.

She is ranked number 15 in the world, which is higher than her opponent, but Bartoli is being considered the underdog here as she is at 2/1 to take the match.

The 28-year-old should have plenty left in her tank after breezing into the final with a 6-1 6-2 victory over Kristen Flipkens, which was a performance that showed just what the Frenchwoman is capable of.

The furthest she has got at Wimbledon over the years was the quarter-final in 2011, so she doesn’t have much knowhow in this tournament, but that could suit her.

Bartoli might like being the underdog as she has been just that for the majority of the tournament. If she plays with the pressure off and gets her first serve going, there is no doubt she can win this Grand Slam.

Both players will be full of emotion ahead of this one and the women to put their nerves to one side first might prove to be the winner.

Although it isn’t the final many were expecting, it should still be a cracker as we are about to see a new champion at Wimbledon.

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