Friday, June 27, 2008


The shocks continue at Wimbledon and still two days short of the second week, we have already lost Djokovic, Roddick, Davydenko and Sharapova. Ana Ivanovic was a net cord away from going out too and it has been a dream for "in running" traders on the exchanges.

Some very interesting matches today, with former champion, fallen on hard times, Amelie Mauresmo against the raincoat wearing Serena Williams, ironically at the first dry tournament for years. Looking at the new wave, Egbaston winner Agnieszka Radwanska, a former junior winner here, faces the youngest player in the tournament, Anatasia Pavlyuchenkova, who has already beaten Li Na, which was a very nice 2.94 winner for subscribers. This is a "must watch" game and a chance to make some notes for the future.

There is an incredible amount of young talent coming through in the women's game and no doubt, there will still be a few shocks in the coming day or two. However, Grand Slam events are always won by an established player and come the business end of next week, that will again be the case.

I have previewed three sporting events on the email today, with four actual selections, including my views on the winner of the Woman's Championship and also a strong bet for the football tonight. Unfortunately, these will have to be kept for subscribers and it will not be possible for me to post any selections on the blog today.

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Good Luck with your bets today.

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