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Its a monumental day at Wimbledon as we reach the ‘business end’ of the tournament with plenty of high quality grass court action for tennis fans to get stuck into.
There is plenty of opportunity for fans and punters alike to watch all the action via laptop, desktop, online or via any mobile smart device with Bet365.
The Stoke based company have recently announced they are live streaming all the matches from Wimbledon across a multitude of platforms, enabling viewers to watch the matches ‘on the go’ in high quality as the the firm streams the action from SW19.
Even mobile users are catered for, as fans can now take in a game ‘on the go’ – there really are no excuses for missing out on any of the action!
There is plenty of British interest with both Laura Robson and Andy Murray featuring on Wimbledon Monday, as 19 year Robson faces up to Estonian Kaia Kanepi on Court 1, while Andy Muray faces Mikhail Youzhny on Centre court at around 14:30 GMT.
There should be plenty of thrills, spills and excitement, with Robson in particular playing some of the best tennis of her life as she finds herself in uncharted waters of the last 16.
The 19 year old has continued her fine streak of form, which began with her breakthrough showing in the US Open last September where she reached the fourth round, showing tremendous character and put in some gusty performances, first knocking out tenth seed Maria Kirilenko in the opening round, and disposing of Mariana Duque-Marino and Marina Erakovic to find herself still alive and kicking at SW19.
Despite showing a few signs of nerves which goes with her youthful spirit the Brit will go into today’s game with a little optimism, with her Estonian opponent ranked 8 places below her in 46th as the British public holds its breathe.
Andy Murray will be looking to once again reach the Wimbledon final as he takes on 20th seed Mikhail Youzhny after finding himself in the fourth round with relative ease.
Straight set wins over Benjamin Becker, Yen-Hsun Lu and Tommy Robredo in the opening week has found the Scot shortening across the board, with both patriotic punters and savvy tennis fans piling into his price to win the tournament at 11/8.
Fans will be hoping his path is clear to the final, where in all probability he will meet world number one Novak Djokovic, following the earlier exits of both Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer.
The Serbian is an overwhelming favourite to beat Tommy Haas in his fourth round matchup, currently unbackable at 1/10 to progress to the quarter finals.