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    Bit early I know and will do a full preview once the warm up tourneys and draw is made but five outsiders who stand out at the minute who I feel might shorten in the lead up with good results are below

    Keys 25-1
    Pliskova 66-1
    Vanderweghe 80-1
    Bouchard 90-1
    Pironkova 100-1

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    But what about the men tournament? Do you think Roger Federer has a chance in Wimbledon against Djokovic? Nadal is not about talking, well known that Rafa will not play because of injury..

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    No idea as do not follow men's tennis

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    It is a pity, anyway, I really want Roger Federer to win this tournament at the end of his amazing career!

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    Keys, Pliskova and Vanderweghe have all shortened nicely. None of them been given a great draw either. Pironkova and Bouchard have drifted slightly. I will be taking a chance on Petra Kvitova lifting the trophy and she is currently a best priced 14-1 with Unibet and as she has proven before if she is on form on grass then she is unstoppable.

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    A few first round matches where I think a few ticks could be gained here and there

    Bouchard at around the 1.40 price is too short against a player who loves the grass and all out attacking style could cause her problems
    Garcia is too short against Buyukakcay @ 1.20 currently
    Cibulkova at 1.40 is too short against a player in Baroni that cause anyone problems
    Diyas good price against Friedsam around the 2.40 mark
    Muguruza @ 1.30 against a player who can raise her game and very comfortable on grass, considering no one is sure how she will react after the French Open this price is a gift to lay at
    Watson @ 1.50 and Jankovic @ 1.35 are two players who again I expect to not have straight forward matches against beck and Voegele so their price to lengthen

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    Serena Williams looks too short to start against Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova who has looked very impressive so far this tournament, Lay of Serena at 1.12 could yield a few ticks as i think it could be quite close.

    Cibulkova is too short at 1.42 against Vesnina who similar to Pavy has been impressive and looked in excellent form while Cibs is always vulnerable with her service games

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    I like over 3.5 sets in Fed v Cilic today seems to be a good price at 1.8 as well. Think Cilic is hard to play and normally picks up a set.

    Tsonga is seriously overpriced today think the handicap might need a look.

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