There is such a gulf in class between the top, well let’s be generous and say the top five in the world, and the rest of the ATP field that picking semi finalists for this season’s Wimbledon should return some pretty profitable value.
But when you start scrutinising a little more about things, there is likely only to be a winner coming from two of those five.
It will be a toss of a coin between world number one Novak Djokovic and Britain’s own Andy Murray, between them having won three of the last four editions.
Second seed Roger Federer with a win in Halle recently and Murray with his win at Queens, are showing good grass form and are running at 6/1 and 5/2 respectively to win Wimbledon 2015 with Coral.
But Murray should have an advantage over Federer, but the big blockage for them both and everyone else who is dreaming of Wimbledon success this year, is of course Novak Djokovic.
Djokovic’s slip in the final of Roland Garros to Stan Wawrinka was a huge shock considering how dominant he has been this season in the top tier events.
But that will probably make the Serbian even hungrier to bounce back and is a 5/4 quote as favourite to do so. Wawrinka goes at 14/1 a couple of marks longer than Rafael Nadal.
With Murray going as third seed there is likely to be a clash between against either Djokovic or Federer at the semi final stage.