Roger Federer begins his assault on the 2012 Wimbledon title this week as he takes on Spaniard Albert Ramos, as Bet365 offer free bets and are live streaming this game with the Tennis Live stream, service online, available to all footybunker.com visitors.
Federer – who has six Wimbledon titles to his name – will be setting his sights on a seventh success this year, but he knows how difficult it will be with the likes of Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic standing in his way.
However, with the support of the passionate British crowd who have grown to love the World No.3 over the years, Federer will hope for some of his best tennis to all of the way once again.
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In terms of his attitude ahead of the tournament, he is ready to end the Nadal and Djokovic dominance of recent months. The top two players in men’s tennis have won the last nine major titles between them and Federer wants to get involved.
Speaking ahead of the first round against Ramos, Federer said: “It’s my time of the year now. I fancy my chances here and at the U.S. Open. It’s exciting times ahead.”
It is exciting times for Ramos too of course. He will be relishing the contest against former World No.1 Federer and it is certainly a good stage to display his talent.
At 24-years-old, he has never made it beyond the first round at Wimbledon and it would certainly be some story if he managed to this year.
Ramos did achieve a career high World ranking earlier this year though, so he will be in decent spirits going into this first round match. Arguably the biggest game of his career so far, he will be hoping to relish the moment.
There is no doubt that Federer will need to be off his game for Ramos to succeed though. The Swiss No.1 doesn’t often let up in the opening rounds at Wimbledon either.
Looking at the odds for this one, Federer can be backed at 1/100, while Ramos is the massive outsider at 40/1.