It is men’s semi-final day at Wimbledon on Friday and it sees Andy Murray and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga go head head to head in what has the makings of a classic.
Looking at Murray to begin with, many people are tipping this to be his best chance of winning a Grand Slam as he is in great form, has the backings of his home crowd and doesn’t have to face Rafael Nadal at this stage.
The Scotsman has been extremely impressive at SW 19 so far and in the quarter-final against David Ferrer, faced his toughest test of the tournament.
Murray lost the first set but came back to win the next three, showing that he really means business this year.
This is the fourth semi-final that the Brit has been in at Wimbledon in as many years, however he has never made a final so will be looking to shake of his tag as the nearly man at the All English Tennis Club.
As for Tsonga, being the number five seed he is of very similar ability to fourth seed Murray and it is sure to be a tight affair.
The Frenchman is another player who has really impressed this year and finds himself in the semi-final at Wimbledon for the second successive time.
Tsonga beat number 10 seed Mardy Fish in the quarter-final and looked like he was on top of his game. He will be hoping that his serve is good again this time out to cause his opponents trouble.
The 27-year-old is also in search of his first Grand Slam and know that he will not get a better chance to reach a final.
It is all set for a great match between two players that are have similar ability and are exciting to watch.
With home advantage Murray is of course the favourite to make the final. You can back the world number four at 1.50 (1/2) with BlueSQ.
Tsonga knows that he will have to upset the odds and the crowd to win this match, he is being offered at 3.00 (2/1) with BoyleSports.
With these two players so evenly matched, this encounter could go all the way and be a five-set thriller. This happening is available at 3.80 (14/5) with Betfair.
Both these two men have had several four set matches in the tournament so far. You can back this at 2.60 (8/5) with VC Bet.
Someone could really turn on the style on Friday afternoon and wipe their opponent out in straight sets. This has odds of 2.55 (17/11) with BWIN.
Andy Murray could have too much for his French opponent this time out as he looks to be in a great run of form.
However, Tsonga could take the first set as Murray has started slowly in matches at SW 19 this year. A 7-5 win for the number five seed in the opening set has odds of 21.00 (20/1) with Bet365.