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Murray after Queens Club hat-trick

Murray after Queens Club hat-trick

Summer has arrived in West Kensington

Punters know summer has arrived when we see the start of the Queens Club Championship at London’s West Kensington. Matches get underway on Monday, with the final played on Sunday. Coral have all the betting you need to mark the 114th edition, and you can have your say on the outright champion, or every match winner with us. Click now to get involved.

Murray hot favourite for sixth title

Andy Murray rates as the most successful player in this format, with five titles, currently one better than John McEnroe, who bagged four singles and one doubles during his career. The world number one secured his place in history by taking the prize last year, beating Milos Raonic in the final. 6-7, 6-4, 6-3 was the score that day.

It’s little surprise to see Muzza go into the week as the most likely winner according to our sports traders, 11/8 the price at the time of writing. 30-year-old Murray goes looking for a hat-trick, having also scored in 2015, and to add further confidence to backers, the Glaswegian has won four of the last six renewals.

Murray has been paired with Aljaz Bedene early in the week, but he’s nailed on to progress, as you would expect. 1/8 is Coral’s quote on him to stroll through, perhaps a play in your accumulators, but those after a bit more for their stake money can try 2-0 in the set betting at 4/11, giving us something smarter to work with.

Wawrinka big price for upset

This year’s tournament is expected to follow the form of last year, with 2016 beaten finalist Milos Raonic a strong second favourite. The Canadian pride is next in line, but there’s a chunky 13/2 if you fancy him to go all the way and better the effort of last time. A price that’s sure to catch the attention of value hunters.

There’s plenty to get excited about for those happy to cast their eye down the list, with Stan Wawrinka available at 9/1. The number two seed arrives in England with confidence onside, having finished runner-up behind Rafael Nadal in the French Open recently.

The 32-year-old Swiss star went down in convincing fashion to the Spaniard in Paris, but with that win taking Rafa’s tally to 10, it’s easy to forgive. After more? It’s worth knowing Grigor Dimitrov was the last winner of this title that wasn’t Andy Murray, so if you’re looking to oppose the jolly, a play on the Bulgarian makes sense, especially at 14/1.


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