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Andy Murray e Serena Williams vencem o principal torneio de tênis do mundo e agora só pensam em conquistar novamente a medalha de ouro olímpica

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Raonic Looks to Make Canadian History at Wimbledon Final

For the second tournament in a row, seventh-ranked Milos Raonic and second-ranked Andy Murray will meet in the finals. Murray beat Raonic 6-7, 6-4, 6-3 in the final of the AEGON Championships, a Wimbledon warmup tournament, in their last meeting

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How To Bet The Ladies Wimbledon Final

Bettors are liking Serena’s chances to win her 22nd grand slam and move into a tie with Stefi Graf for the most majors ever won. 

According to Oddschecker, 60 percent of bets from a cross section of books had come in on Serena by Friday at noon, spiking her odds all the way to -400 at some spots. 

While you have to respect Serena’s six Wimbledon titles, I feel this price on Williams is way too inflated. 

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Milos Underdog vs Rog in Rematch of 2014 Wimbledon semifinal

Milos Raonic has two years of experience under his belt since his 2014 Wimbledon semifinal loss to the two-year-older Roger Federer. The two get set to square off in a rematch to decide one-half of the 2016 Wimbledon final.

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Master of Grass Federer 5-1 for Career Against Cilic

Roger Federer could be in for a rematch of his 2014 Wimbledon semifinal with Milos Raonic if both men can move through their quarterfinal opponents. Rog will take on the ninth-seeded Croatian Marin Čilić in the quarters.

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Raonic Rallies to Make Wimbledon Quarters to Face Querrey

American Sam Querrey is coming off one of the biggest performances of his life in his upset over tournament favorite and world number-one ranked tennis player Novak Djokovic, and will have to follow that up in the Wimbledon quarterfinals against the sixth-seeded Canadian, Milos Raonic.

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2016 Wimbledon Futures Odds

The biggest question entering Wimbledon is a simple one: Who can stop Novak Djokovic?

Simple to pose, but just about impossible to answer.

The No. 1 player on the planet is coming off a victory in the French Open, which is his second Grand Slam title in as many events in 2016, his fourth straight Grand Slam title overall and his fifth in the previous six slam events. At 29 years old, the Serbian maestro is playing the best tennis of his career and that makes life incredibly challenging for the rest of the field.

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