Riding an impressive end of season catch-up wave of great playing and palpable determination, Andy Murray has done it again and taken the Japan Open title from arch nemesis and world #2, Rafael Nadal. With this win, Murray inches closer to the world #3 position as legendary Roger Federer begins to nip at the heels of freedom 55.
After a gripping, and ultimately failed first set against the stylish Rafa, Murray went on to defeat Nadal 3-6, 6-2, 6-0 in what amounted to an impressive show of force.
While Murray’s stated objective this season is to reach world #3 ranking, he still has a steep uphill battle ahead of him, and we don’t wish him any one-on-one’s against the now bullet-proof Novak Djokovic.
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The 2019 Travers Stakes will mark the 150th running of Saratoga's midsummer derby, and oh, what a race it is shaping up to be. Tacitus and Code of Honor enter as heavy co-favorites, but this one-and-quarter-mile heat is known for its underdog-friendly track. Which horses represent this year's best bets? Let's find out, together!
The 2019 British Open, also known as The Open Championship, is set to tee off for the 148th consecutive year, and the betting field is super interesting. In something of a weird twist, last year's winner, Francesco Molinari, is considered a long shot while bigwigs like Brooks Koepka, Tiger Woods, Rory McIlroy and Dustin Johnson pace the field. Who should you bet on? Don't sweat it. We've got you covered.
Betting on All-Star games in professional sports is tricky. The absence of stakes turns every team into a wild card. Major League Baseball at one point addressed this by giving home-field advantage in the World Series to the winner, but that's no more. Still, there's value to be had and money to be made betting on the 2019 MLB All-Star showcase.
The 2019 NHL draft is just around the corner, and everyone's wondering who the New Jersey Devils will take with the No. 1 overall pick. Most of the public is debating between Jack Hughes and Kaapo Kakko, but will it definitely be one of them? Or should you be more inclined to bet on the field?