If you want to be the best you have to beat the best and so, therefore, you must play Roger Federer along the way. The Swiss legend is 4/5 fav with to get two wins from two but Murray has the edge; the Scot leads 8-5 in the head to head record.
This is a record 2nd only to Nadal and with Murray leading the 2010 head to head 2-1, that 11/10 quote os looking good. Murray plays well in front of a patriotic crowd and with his 2 wins this year over Federer coming in finals, he has all the credentials to take this one. Murray to win 2 sets to 1 is a 7/2 chance at Paddy Power.
In the days other match, Robin Soderling is Coral’s 1/2 fav to beat David Ferrer, the Spaniard coming in at 9/5 with Boylesports. It has to be said both players looked outclassed in their opening games but both bring good form to the competition. The odds should be much closer together than they are and Boylesports’ 4/6 about Ferrer with a +1.5 set handicap should be exploited.