Roger Federer versus Andy Murray Wimbledon Tennis Mens Final Betting Odds Preview

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It will be an all European men’s final from Wimbledon tennis as Roger Federer of Switzerland will do battle with Andy Murray the home town product residing in Great Britain. The Men’s Wimbledon Tennis Final is scheduled for 8AM Eastern Time Sunday over ESPN Television.

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The current betting odds from the 2012 Wimbledon Men’s Finals has Roger Federer the -200 betting favorite with Andy Murray the underdog bringing back +170 odds.

Roger Federer the number three ranked player in the world bested the number one player in the world Novak Djokovic in the semifinals in four sets to earn a trip to the finals on Sunday. Federer had a major scare in a third round match to Julien Benneteau as he fell behind by losing the first two sets but rallied to win the final three sets to advance into the Round of 16. Federer had three wins on tour in the 2012 ATP campaign including a win in the finals of the ATP stop in Dubai in early March by defeating Andy Murray in straight sets 7-5 and 6-4. In the two majors of this year in the Australian and French Open Federer was eliminated in the semifinals by Rafael Nadel in Melbourne and Novak Djokovic in Paris.

The twenty five year old Andy Murray will play in his first ever Wimbledon Final. He has made it to three previous major tournament finals and lost all three matches with two runner up finishes in the Australian Open and a second place finish in the 2008 US Open in New York. He had been eliminated in the semifinals of his previous three Wimbledon tournaments. Murray advanced to the Men’s Final on Sunday after defeating Jo Wilfied Tsonga of France in four sets on Friday afternoon. Thus far in the tournament Andy Murray has yet to go deeper than four sets to any one opponent. In the 2012 season Murray owns one tournament championship as the Brit was victorious in an ATP stop in Brisbane Australia just two weeks prior to the start of the Australian Open. Murray is currently ranked as the #4 player in the world. The last time a Brit took home the top prize at Wimbledon was some 76 years ago in 1936 as Fred Perry gained the achievement.

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