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ATP Tour Finals
Federer let a golden opportunity slip to claim his 18th Grand Slam when losing to eventual winner Cilic in the US Open semi-finals. The 33-year's chances to add to his tally look to be decreasing with every passing month, so back Djokovic for a 5th crown.
Williams claimed her 18th Grand Slam title at Flushing Meadows to draw alongside Evert and Navratilova to go third on the all-time list behind Graf and Court. Back Serena to win her first Melbourne title since 2010 and a staggering 6th in total at Coral.
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On the back of Andy Murray's 2013 claiming of the Wimbledon crown, tennis is at the peak of popularity in Great Britain, and Coral.co.uk is the only place you need to look to obtain the best prices on the back-and-forth racquet sport. With four Grand Slams taking place every year, there are plenty of betting opportunities for punters to sink their teeth into, and Murray will be a popular Australian, French and US Open selection, will also be well-backed to once again claim the Wimbledon title for many years to come. There are other reasons to consider Coral's tennis odds however, not least the immense range of different types of matches that take place within the sport. Men's and women's singles and doubles competition is present at each of the sport's four Grand Slams, with mixed doubles matches also a regular feature of the game. With tennis' top tournaments taking place on a variety of surfaces too, Coral.co.uk customers should consider this before investing in the outright winner market of a particular competition. Rafael Nadal, for example, has a strong preference to perform on clay courts, and thus, the eight-time French Open winner is always towards the head of the market for that particular Grand Slam.