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Wimbledon Live Stream from SW19 – Watch Matches as Andy Murray & Roger Federer take the stage

All eyes will be on SW19 in London as Wimbledon 2017 is finally upon as Andy Murray, Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic and the returning Rafael Nadal look to take all the beating as we enter the first weeks’s play.

There’s plenty of opportunity to watch the action with Bet365, who announced this week that they have live feeds from all courts at Wimbledon, meaning you don’t have to miss a single point of play.

You can watch and bet on all the action through desktop, laptop, ipad, iphone and android devices with Bet365 in high quality, and they’ll also offer a free £200/€200 bet to new customers to bet in play and in running on the games as you watch! Exclusive to Caughtoffside.com, claim here!

Popular firm Bet365 has announced they are live streaming all the action from SW19 live online through the Bet365 website – enabling punters and fans to watch all the action through desktop, laptop or mobile smart phone platforms. There’s now definitely no reason to miss any of the games!

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We are all set for a thrilling couple of weeks from SW 19 as the third Grand Slam of the year – Wimbledon – gets underway this week and once again, the tournament is sure to entertain the millions watching.

Many British tennis fans have been waiting for so long for a home nation player to challenge for one of the biggest prizes that the sport has to offer and now we have that in the shape of Andy Murray as he is being tipped as the 9/2 second favourite to win Wimbledon this year.

The Scotsman is playing some of the best tennis of his life right now and after a few years of struggling to cope with the quality of Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer, he finally seems to be at their level.

Murray comes to this tournament as a Grand Slam winner and he knows all about the highs and lows at Wimbledon as he lost in the final last year, but then won Olympic gold just a few weeks later. He is going to have the support of his home fans and as long as he comes through the opening rounds well, there is no reason why he can’t win this year.

The first round sees Murray take on Benjamin Becker, which should be a straight forward clash for the Scot.

As ever though, Roger Federer is sure to be in contention and if records are anything to go by, we will see him in at least the quarter-finals as he has reached that stage in each Wimbledon tournament since 2003.

Federer proved a lot of people wrong when winning at SW 19 last year as well and if he claims his eighth title here, he will become the most successful man in the open era at Wimbledon. His latest odds are 10/1.

However, it looks as though world number one Novak Djokovic is going to be tough to stop.

He lost to Nadal in the semi-finals of the French Open and we know the Serbian isn’t a man that likes losing, so he will come into this one desperate to come out on top.

Djokovic is the 5/4 favourite to win his second title at this Grand Slam.

Nadal can then be backed at 5/1 and it will be interesting to see how he plays on the grass courts as we last saw him losing in the second round at Wimbledon last year and after that, he spent a lot of time out injured.

We know just how much talent the man from Spain has though and if he can get a bit of momentum going in the early rounds, he is going to be tough for anyone to beat.

David Ferrer is the number four seed, but he is out at 80/1 to win the tournament, so the bookies don’t give him much of a chance. If any outsider is to upset the odds, it might be Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and he can be backed at 40/1.

We are seeing something special in men’s tennis right now as the four best players will go down as greats of the game, so it is tough to see anything other than a scintillating couple of weeks at Wimbledon.

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