Wimbledon Quarterfinal: Andy Murray vs Sam QuerreyPublished July 12, 2017 by Sol FH
The world's No. 1 gets set to take on the American Sam Querrey and the action starts today at 13:00 GMT.
What an incredible week it has been at Wimbledon so far and the action is only getting better, as we enter the world of Men's quarterfinal match-ups. Today we will be able to watch all four of the matches, with the action starting out with Murray vs Querrey on Center Court and Muller vs Cilic on Court 1, followed by Raonic vs Federer on Center Court, and Berdych vs Djokovic on Court 1 directly after.
Most die-hard tennis fans want to see another Federer win. This is mainly to see if the relatively "old" Swiss tennis star can still win another Wimbledon title, which would be an incredible addition to his already stellar season, but it seems as if the best in the world, Andy Murray has somehow been forgotten. Murray is the defending Wimbledon champion, but has had a rather inconsistent year as the No. 1 seed, as his reign came just as Federer and Nadal decided to breathe some fresh life back into their careers this year and have won all the hardware up until this point.
Murray and Querrey have met in the past eight times. Murray has come out and said that he does not like playing against a player with the style that Querrey has, but Murray has won seven out of eight of those matches and looks to make it to the semifinals with another big win today. The last time they met at Wimbledon was in 2010, and Murray won that match. It was however in that same year that Querrey did get the win at Los Angeles. Earlier this year, Murray demolished Querrey at the Australian Open, 6-4, 6-2, 6-4, which is what is expected to be the outcome tonight.
Wimbledon Odds and Betting Markets
Murray is the favorite to win today with bet365 Sports backing his win with odds of 1.14. Sam Querrey is not too far off at 5.50, but expect Murray to win this match with relative ease.