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Andy Murray slashed to win Grand Slam
Andy Murray finally exorcised his Wimbledon demons by winning the gold against Roger Federer in the final of the Olympic Men's Tennis Singles. It was all easy for the British player who won in straight set against the Swiss who was never in the match. The final result was 6-2, 6-1, 6-4. It was impressive how the Scot managed to regain confidence so quickly after last month defeat on Centre Court and many pundits think that this could well be the turning point of his career. Bookmakers have immediately updated the markets where Andy Murray is featuring. He is now 5/1 from 10/1 to be named Sports Personality of the Year 2012. Considering the way how he destroyed the current world number one, Ladbrokes have now made the Briton their 7/2 second favourite to win the US Open, just behind Novak Djokovic at 7/4.
He is now 6/4 to win his first Grand Slam in 2013 with punters that are already committing some serious money on him. Ladbrokes spokesman told tennisbetting365 that Andy Murray was imperious against Federer and that this will give him a boost of confidence that he can finally win a major event. For the British number one this was the 'biggest victory' of his career and he also become the first player to win a gold medal for Team GB since 1908. Federer didn't seem in good shape and probably he also paid the fact that he had to endure a very long semi-final. He surely looked as he was already happy with what achieved so far this summer.
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