Tennis Betting: Sampras believes that Murray is the one to beat at the US Open

Andy-Murray-Free-WallpaperPete Sampras and many tennis betting fans believe that at next month’s US Open, Andy Murray is the one to beat, and he backed the player to clinch more titles at Wimbledon.

Sampras, seven-time champion famous for his very good tennis odds, and who was always a favourite with True live Betting fans, was delighted with Murray’s first Wimbledon victory earlier this month, even though he is confident that in the near future no other player will be able to surpass the seven titles record that he shares with Roger Federer.

“I don’t know if someone in the next 10 years will be able to win five or six Wimbledons,” said the American.

“This was Andy’s time at Wimbledon. It was Andy’s event to go and get and he did it. He’s definitely the man to beat at the US Open.

“I think the biggest thing for me is Murray in the past 12 months has just stepped up.

“Roger and myself, our game on grass was so dominant. I think Murray can win some more and Novak Djokovic, but I don’t think that dominant game is out there that’s going to win it seven times. But I could be wrong.”

In the meantime, tennis betting fans learned that Federer will continue testing a larger and new racket, hoping to put into play at the US Open, which will get underway on August 26.

Last week, tennis betting fans saw that Federer started testing the 98-square-inch racquet in Hamburg – there he was beaten by Federico Delbonis in the semi-finals. True Live Betting fans learned that he will again use the racket the Swiss Open in Gstaad taking place this week, and the tennis odds will be very closely followed in this competition.

“So far, I’m happy with this change, but I need many hours on the court to see if this is a good decision,” he said.

“I haven’t yet taken the decision on whether to use it in the US Open. I still need to think it over.

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“There are players who have experienced problems when they changed racquets, Fernando Verdasco and to some extent Novak Djokovic.”

Tennis betting fans all over the world are keen to see how Murray continues to do, and price per head services can’t wait to see the player clinch even more titles in future matches.