Wimbledon Betting – Top Four Seeds Remaining On Women’s Side

Wimbledon Betting – Top Four Seeds Remaining On Women’s Side

While many people are shifting their focus to NFL odds, UFC odds, Wimbledon is in the spotlight for the next few days. All of the buzz around the water cooler has been whether the Great Brit Hope, Andy Murray, will finally be able to break through and win for his fans or whether it will be Roger Federer once again. And on the women’s side, what started as a storyline is quickly becoming a reality as the Williams sisters are on a collision course for the finals.

On the men’s side, Feder, Murray, Novak Djokovic and Andy Roddick are all still present as they will curtail the field to a final four tomorrow. There’s a good chance Federer and Murray will be there as most handicapping software has projected that those two will be in the final.

Federer will take on Ivo Karlovic on Thursday while Murray – and his thousands of fans on Mount Murray – will take on veteran Juan Carlos Ferrero. Roddick will battle Lleyton Hewitt, which should be an exciting match. Hewitt has been another big storyline in Wimbledon as he is playing the quarter-finals for the first time in three years.

He might be a little spent facing Roddick after he needed five sets to down No. 23 seed Radek Stepanek.

On the women’s side, it looks like it will be an all-Williams sisters final as neither Venus nor Serena has even lost a set yet. Both will take on Russians in the sem-finals as Venus will take on No. 1 seed Dinara Safina while Serena will take on No. 4 seed Elena Dementieva.

Interestingly enough, all top four seeds on the women’s side are in the semi-finals, which means the system worked. The best players remain but the Williams sisters should dominate.

Those making their sports predictions know that Dementieva is a patsy and always falls short at Grand Slams. She’s never won a Grand Slam and typically fails in the semis.

On the other side of the draw, Safina will take on Venus and it might not be the matchup people expect. Safina has been pushed to her limits in her last two matches, going the full three sets with an unseeded German and No. 17 seed Amelie Mauresmo.

Safina might be a little more fatigued than Venus and considering Venus owns Wimbledon to begin with and hasn’t even lost a set either, should lead to another finals for her.

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