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Murray Slashed For Sports Personality And 4/1 To Follow It Up With OZ Open
Andy Murray has finally done it, he is a Grand Slam Champion and his victory in Flushing Meadows has seen his odds for Sports Personality slashed by William Hill from 6/1 to 5/2. Bradley Wiggins is the 6/5 favourite, while Mo Farah is the same price as Andy.
Murray will undoubtedly be wanting to build on his fantastic successes next year and is Even money to win one Grand Slam in 2013 and 4/1 to win two.
“Having finally broken his duck, we are the shortest price ever on him grabbing a Grand Slam in 2013,” said William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly. “But the 4/1 for him to win two is undoubtedly going to be very popular indeed.”
The Australian Open is the next Grand Slam and Murray is 4/1 to win that, while Wimbledon is 5/1 to be the next Grand Slam silverware that the Scotsman gets his hands on
After reaching three Grand Slam titles this season, Murray is 10/1 to go one better and reach four in 2013.
William Hill were more than happy to pay out the near quarter of a million pounds to punters who had backed Murray to come good in New York.
“After the Olympics, punters were always going to want to back Murray at Flushing Meadows, but we dangled the additional carrot of 5/1 for him to do so and we have ended up paying out the largest sum ever on a US Open Winner,” said William Hill spokesman Joe Crilly. “We are more than happy to do so as Murray has almost single handedly increased betting turnover over the years.”
Murray number of slams in 2013: 4/5 none; 1/1 one; 4/1 two; 40/1 three; 150/1 four
When will Murray win his first/next Slam: 4/1 Aus Open 2013; 18/1 French Open 2013; 5/1 Wimbledon 2013; 11/2 US Open 2013; 4/5 first Slam after 2013
*bets void if no/no more Slams won before 2020
10/1 Murray to reach all the G/S Finals in 2013
7/2 Andy Murray to win the ATP World Final 2012
Sports Personality: 6/5 Bradley Wiggins; 5/2 Andy Murray; 5/2 Mo Farah; 10/1 Jess Ennis; 25/1 David Weir; 50/1 Ellie Simmonds; 100/1 Jonnie Peacock; 100/1 Sarah Storey; 100/1 Sir Chris Hoy; 150/1 Ben Ainslie; 150/1 Greg Rutherford; 150/1 Rory McIlroy; 200/1 Alistair Brownlee; 200/1 Charlotte Dujardin; 200/1 Hannah Cockroft; 200/1 Jason Kenny; 200/1 Laura Trott; 200/1 Victoria Pendleton