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Rafael Nadal is 1/9 to win this year’s French Open after his nail-biting victory over Novak Djokovic. William Hill make David Ferrer 11/2 to upset the odds, having been 25/1 to win the tournament back in April.
The biggest bet on Ferrer at 25/1 was for €200 and came from a fellow Spaniard which could scoop a whopping €5,000.
“This Spanish punter will no doubt be happy that two of his fellow countrymen have reached the final, but there is no doubt in my mind who he will be supporting come Sunday," said William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly.
So fancied is Nadal to win the match against his compatriot, that he is odds on at 4/7 to win the match in straight sets.
Match betting: 1/9 Nadal; 11/2 Ferrer
Set betting: 4/7 Nadal 3-0 11/4 Nadal 3-1 8/1 Nadal 3-2
Question by P. W: Meaning of “Tipping my hand”? Is this an expression derived from Poker, where the player either unconsciously gives his hand of cards away through body language? Or has he consciously lowered that hand, so that everyone can see it?
Answer by Josie It means you unwittingly gave away a secret, not meaning to. As if your cards angled in such a way that someone else were to see them.
An example of the expression would be, “Ben was tipping his hand tonight. He was drinking a lot and started talking about Sarah…”
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Sebastian Vettel is 5/6 with William Hill to win the Canadian Grand Prix after his pole position saw him come in from 11/4.
Valtteri Bottas is 50/1 to win the race having been as long as 1500/1 to win the race before qualifying started. Bottas is 9/1 to finish on the podium.
“Bottas’ performance was incredible and there will no doubt be a couple of punters backing him to finish on the podium if not win," said William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly.
Fernando Alonso is the 10/3 second favourite to win while Jenson Button drifted from 16/1 to 125/1 to win the race.
Canadian Grand Prix winner: 5/6 Sebastian Vettel; 10/3 Fernando Alonso; 6/1 Lewis Hamilton; 12/1 Mark Webber; 16/1 Nico Rosberg; 18/1 Kimi Raikkonen; 50/1 Adrian Sutil; 50/1 Valtteri Bottas; 125/1 Jenson Button; 150/1 BAR
Canadian Grand Prix podium finish: 2/7 Sebastian Vettel; 1/2 Fernando Alonso; 11/10 Lewis Hamilton; 11/10 Mark Webber; 7/4 Kimi Raikkonen; 5/2 Nico Rosberg; 9/1 Valtteri Bottas; 14/1 BAR
After their capitulation in the first test, New Zealand are proving hard to back and William Hill have eased them out from 8/1 to 9/1. England are very much the favourites at 4/7 with Anderson (7/1) & Broad (10/1) being heavily backed to be named Man Of The Match.
"Despite the short price, we are taking three bets for England to every one for New Zealand," said William Hill spokesman Rupert Adams.
2nd Test: 4/7 England, 9/1 New Zealand, 9/5 Draw
7/1 Alastair Cook Top England Bat (1st Innings) & England to win the match
Team Of Top Batsman: 4/9 England, 13/8 New Zealand
William Hill are now odds on at 1/3 that Roberto Mancini will NOT be the Manchester City manager on day one of next season.
Roberto Martinez is currently the 15/8 favourite to take the vacant Everton job and it is just Even money that both today’s FA Cup final managers will no longer be in their current roles come day one of next season!
“The knives are out for Mancini and even an FA CUP victory may not be enough to save his job!" said William Hill spokesman Rupert Adams
Roberto Mancini Manager of Man City First Day Season 2013-14: 1/3 No, 9/4 Yes
Both Martinez & Mancini To Have Left their current jobs by Day one 2013-14 season: Evens
Next Permanent Everton Manager: 15/8 Roberto Martinez, 4/1 Malky Mackay, 4/1 Neil Lennon, 8/1 Phil Neville, 8/1 Vitor Pereira, 12/1 Duncan Ferguson, 16/1 others
I can’t say I was overcome with shock on Sunday afternoon when Rafael Nadal recovered from an early first set deficit against 12/1 column tip Nicolas Almagro to secure his eighth Barcelona title. It seems that currently Novak Djokovic is the only player on tour that can live with Nadal on the dirt but it remains to be seen whether he can sustain such a performance over the longer five set format. I personally managed to balance my book up a little when Almagro burst out of the blocks and into a 3-0 lead in the first set but that’s about as good as it got for him, with Nadal recovering to emerge victorious 6-4 6-3 in a shade over 90 minutes.
Elsewhere in Bucharest, it was slightly ironic to see Lukas Rosol secure his first ATP tour title on the same day as Nadal, considering Rosol’s sensational victory over the Spaniard at Wimbledon last year. Column pick Mikhail Youzhny suffered an early elimination at the hands of Victor Hanescu, meaning he was ultimately unable to build on a promising enough defeat to Novak Djokovic in Monte Carlo the week before.
If clay court tennis is your thing, the next seven days should be right up your street with more action on the red stuff with events in Germany and Portugal, headed by Janko Tipsarevic at the former and David Ferrer at the latter.
The BMW Open is the first of five tournaments on the 2013 ATP World Tour calendar, contested in Bavaria’s picturesque capital of Munich. Defending champion Philipp Kohlschreiber returns for a tilt at a third Munich title and whilst Germany are particularly well represented this year, Kohlschreiber is the only ‘home’ winner of the event since Michael Stich back in 1994 but in Kohlschreiber himself, along with Tommy Haas and Florian Mayer, I’d say they have a pretty good chance of enjoying similar success in 2013.
Fresh off the back of a semi final appearance in Barcelona, Kohlschreiber will fancy himself this week to make a decent attempt at defending his title in his homeland and a strong case can be made for him. A quick glance at last year’s semi finalists throws up names like Tommy Haas, Marin Cilic, Kohlschreiber, and Feliciano Lopez, all of whom I’d tend to associate with serves on the quick side, leading me to think conditions may not be as slow as clay sometimes can be. It’s for that reason, coupled with his tournament form that Tommy Haas is my pick this week. Despite his advancing years, Haas has enjoyed somewhat of a rejuvenation in recent months, returning to German number one and finding himself ranked as the world number fourteen coming into this week. He reached the final here in 2000 but hasn’t won the event in nine previous attempts. My hope is that it is tenth time lucky for Haas who should have benefited from sitting out the last three weeks. A slight concern is Haas’ lack of clay court tennis in 2013 but should the conditions prove as speedy as I feel they may be, the transition shouldn’t take someone of Haas’ experience too long to adapt to. He should be refreshed and hungry to confirm his place at the head of the German tennis table and if he can overcome a tricky looking second round match against either Ernests Gulbis or Jarkko Nieminen, the last four looks to be a minimum expectation for the man from Hamburg. In terms of a likely price, I’ve heard mentions of 7/1 being available and I’d be more than happy to take that.
Selection: Tommy Haas
The second event on the ATP World Tour this week comes from the Portugal Open which is played in Oeiras. My initial thought was that this was a new event on the circuit having not heard of Oeiras previously. It transpires it is actually the event won by Juan Martin Del Potro in Estoril the past two years and the locations remains unchanged. As far as the name change goes, I haven’t a clue why!
I don’t think I’m wide of the mark when I say David Ferrer wouldn’t have accepted a wildcard entry this week had he not have succumbed to a rather surprising defeat to Dmitry Tursunov in Barcelona last week and the rusty nature of his general play must have been alarming to him and fans alike. Knowing how successful Ferrer tends to be at these lower level events on the tour though, he simply can’t be overlooked, particularly as I have heard from one or two people that he may be available at a price of odds against once prices become available. I simply can’t ignore the price and with no Rafael Nadal to contend with, Ferrer should sweep all before him to seal his 21st career title and his third of 2013. The likes of Benoit Paire, Tommy Robredo, and Stanislas Wawrinka won’t make things easy for the Spaniard but I think we’ll see a different David Ferrer this week in Portugal than we did in Spain last week.