Posts Tagged ‘Australian Open’

Milan vs Inter (2012-01-15)

Thursday, January 12th, 2012

Milan vs Inter är helgens höjdpunkt i Europa och oddset på 2.02 för över 2.5 mål i matchen är ett givet Dubbla degen-spel. Inter kommer till San Siro med fem raka segrar i bagaget och har gjort nio mål de två senaste matcherna. I Milan finns Italiens skyttekung, Zlatan Ibrahimovic, som mycket väl kan utöka målskörden – Det är alltså upplagt för målfest i det heta Milanoderbyt — Milan vs Inter. Dessutom snackas det om Australian Open som börjar måndag 16 januari och en hel del ligafotboll från Skottland, Spanien och England.

 

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Follow all the action live down under in Australian Open

Thursday, January 20th, 2011

We’re sure you haven’t missed the ongoing Grand Slam Tournament in Australia where all the big stars still hanging in there. Nadal has a clean sheet and just defeated Ryan Sweeting and has only lost four games in the tournament so far.


 Federer had a tough time when he was up against Simon Gilles but finally went through in the last set. Sweden’s only star player Robin Söderling made it past the second round for the first time in his career when Müller was knocked out by 3-0 in set – will you back him to win the title?


At Expekt you can bet live on all the action from down under, and while you’re doing it, remember to include your bets in the OZ Open Tennis Challenge where you have the chance to win great prizes! There are still a huge amount of matches to be played – so join in on the action today and start placing your live bets at Expekt.


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Will Andy Murray win his first Grand Slam in Australian Open?

Thursday, January 28th, 2010

My English colleague Jonathan Deeley feels like a true Scotsman these days. He is not alone in Britain. When red-hot Scot Andy Murray is on fire, he brings all Britain together as a long-time suffering patient who has been without tennis treats forever and who suddenly sees the light and glorious candy.


I’ve been at Wimbledon a couple of times when Tim Henman did all his best to silence the critics and conquer SW19, but he never really made it poor Tim.


Murray, 22, reached the US Open final in 2008 and on Sunday he will be back in a Grand Slam final as the final show-down in Melbourne is around the corner. The Briton knocked out Marin Cilic 3-1 in set in his semi-final and has lost only a set on his way to the final.


Whatever the outcome, his Australian Open performance will add extra belief and interest at Wimbledon among the Britons. And if he makes it there this summer, well, I guess we all will feel a bit Scottish. After all, it was 74 years ago since Britain got a male Grand Slam singles champion.