2004 Wimbledon Tennis Odds

June 21, 2004

2004 WIMBLEDON
FORECASTS
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ODDS PLAYER THE SKINNY
3-2
Roger Federer 17 straight wins on the grass gives the "New Sampras" the clear edge.
3-1
Tim Henman

The Dream Draw + Paul Annacone + good record against Roddick = good for for Tiger Tim.

5-1
Andy Roddick Will Babolat his way deep into week two, and if the guys above falter, watch out.
12-1
Sebastien Grosjean Probably the best player in a thin section of the draw.
15-1
Lleyton Hewitt

Former champ out to show last year was a fluke.

20-1
Marat Safin Blisters should be okay for the softer grass of Wimbledon. Too bad the draw isn't.
25-1
Mardy Fish Is in a good section of the draw where he could easily do a lot of damage.
30-1
Mario Ancic Nalbandian's exit gives this Croat a coast to the fourth round.
30-1
Sjeng Schalken Dutch vet knows how to play on the grass, and how to play long matches.
30-1
Mark Philippoussis Flip's been a bust since the Australian Open. Time to get into shape.
40-1
Xavier Malisse X-Man is a former semifinalist and a good darkhorse pick in an open section of the draw.
40-1
Ivan Ljubicic The odd Croat is dangerous on any surface, especially the grass with the big serve.
50-1
Alexander Popp Has been to the QF at Wimbledon twice, and could have been a semi last year.
50-1
Srichaphan/Karlovic Tough opener for both these guys, but the player who gets thru will be dangerous until the Fed Meeting.
60-1
Wayne Arthurs Big server is in a good section, but probably past his prime.
60-1
Guillermo Coria Looking to forget the French Open, and quick. The big servers in his section should help him do that.
Semifinals: Federer d. Grosjean; Henman d. Roddick
Final: Federer d. Henman

 

Women:
Semifinals: Capriati d. Kuznetsova; Venus d. Myskina
Final: Venus d. Capriati

 

 



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