Wimbledon 2014: 199/1 Dimitrov into 8/1 for title after thrashing Murray

No joy in SW19 for Andy this year
No joy in SW19 for Andy this year

Grigor Dimitrov has been backed into around 9.08/1 to win Wimbledon after dumping out holder Andy Murray in straight sets this afternoon, having traded at a high of 200.0199/1 to pick up the title...

"Number one seed Novak Djokovic continues to head the market for the men's title, now trading at around 1.9420/21 after Murray joined Rafael Nadal in dropping out of the running unexpectedly early."


The Bulgarian rarely looked in danger as he brushed aside an under-par Murray, in a win that was matched at a high of 5.79/2 on the Betfair Exchange.

The 3-0 correct score, meanwhile, was matched at a huge 34.033/1 in the Set Betting market.

Number one seed Novak Djokovic continues to head the market for the men's title, now trading at around 1.9420/21 after Murray joined Rafael Nadal in dropping out of the running unexpectedly early.

The Spaniard was knocked out by rising star Nick Kyrgios on Tuesday, with the Australian rated as a 22.021/1 outsider in the winner market.

Djokovic did not have it all his own way against Marin Cilic this afternoon, having to come back from 2-1 down to eventually win in five sets. He was matched at a high of 1.758/11 in the Match Odds market with the 3-2 correct score trading at 17.016/1.

Roger Federer remains on course for an 18th Grand Slam title after coming from a set down to beat compatriot Stanislas Wawrinka 3-1, a set score that was matched at 5.24/1 In-Play.

The seven-time Wimbledon champion is available to back at around 3.613/5 in the winner market, a victory that would make him the only man in history to win eight Singles' titles at the All England Club.


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