I've said this several times now and it's a shame that it's becoming so repetitive – Murray is cursed to live in an era where two other giants bestride the game and one of them – Djokovic, seems to be taking tennis as a sport to a completely different level than we've ever seen before. The destruction of Federer in the semi final was an awesome display of tennis. Some of the best I've ever seen. It's not that Federer was poor either, he just couldn't compete with the all round game that Djokovic has invented for himself. Despite a horror show against Nishikori where he racked up an unheard of 100 errors the Serb has improved his game again since last year and it is going to take something dramatic to happen for Murray to end up victorious in the final. ...
Nick Kyrgios V Andy Murray US Open Tennis Betting Tips
Andy Murray has urged fans to give his US Open first round opponent a break after he abused Stan Wawrinka by making unsavory comments about his girlfriend.
Kyrgios is reported to have said “My mate banged your missus” among other crude insults but Murray is trying to take the heat out of what could be a red hot encounter.
Let's hope Kyrgios doesn't start making some derogatory remarks about Kim Sears or there will definitely be fireworks. On second thoughts that might make for some cracking entertainment.
US Open Tennis Betting Preview 2015
We live in an age where giants stride the tennis game.
Federer, Djokovic; Nadal and Murray are a quartet of players fit to grace any era of the sport. That they are all competing against each other in the same relative time frame is a spectacle for tennis fans. This event could well be the sun setting on that golden era though so make the most of it.
In 2013 I Picked Murray to beat Djokovic in the final on a whim. There will be no repeat of that betting spur of the moment this year though. It's a cold calculating world out there and we need to keep an edge to keep moving forward.
Andy Murray has been brilliant in the Australian Open so far and in his opening four matches, he is yet to drop a set. The Scotsman looks determined to win another Grand Slam after his success at the US Open back in September.
He heads into the quarter-final in fine form and is sure to be confident of another straight forward victory against Frenchman Jeremy Chardy, who has reached the quarter-final of a Grand Slam for the first time in his career.
bookie so highly.
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Denis Istoman is good odds to provide a shock upset.
Here is a nice bet for value – Denis Istoman is a massive 8/1 dog to beat Andy Murray in the third round of the ATP Tour in Brisbane and that is a price that is just begging for action.
Istoman managed to pull off a shock win against native Leyton Hewitt in the second round and you can guess how that went down with the Australian crowd - winnning 7-5 7-5 and setting up his third round clash with an out of sorts Murray.
Don't bet on Murray winning! Unibet are offering to refund your bet if Murray wins. Get on Federer or Djokavic at Unibet Despite Rafael Nadal being forced to pull out through injury, the US Open – set to get underway next week – is still filled with quality and has all the ingredients of yet another fantastic Grand Slam tournament. There was disappointment when the Spaniard announced he wouldn’t be fit, but this takes nothing away from the men that will be competing. The final Grand Slam of the season should throw up come epic battles. The favourites to be in contention for success will need no introduction with Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer the two men to beat, available at 6/4...
Federer Express Derails Murray
As I tipped back in June Roger Federer won the Wimbledon men's singles title for a record equalling seventh time and even if he never wins another tournament he will go down as the greatest tennis player ever to play the game.
Sampras has the same amount of Wimbledon wins but "Pistol Pete" was not as fluid and graceful player as Federer.