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William Hill have priced up who will win the most career Grand Slams and Roger Federer is the 4/7 favourite with Nadal 5/4 to overtake the Swiss master.
Despite only winning one Slam in 2013, William Hill believe that Novak Djokovic is the most likely multiple winner of the Grand Slams in 2014. Novak is 7/4 to win two, with Nadal 6/5 to win one and Murray Evens to also win one.
Roger Federer failed to win a Slam in 2013, but you cannot write him off just yet and he is 5/2 to win at least one slam in 2014.
“There is no obvious signs of any break through players and it looks like the ‘Big Four’ will continue to dominate the sport for some time,” said William Hill spokesman Rupert Adams.
Number Of Nadal Slams in 2014: 7/2 None, 6/5 One, 2/1 Two, 9/1 Three, 50/1 Four
Number OF Djokovic Slams in 2014: 4/1 None, 7/5 One, 7/4 Two, 7/1 Three, 40/1 Four
Number Of Murray Slams in 2014: 17/10 None, Evens One, 4/1 Two, 20/1 Three, 150/1 Four
Roger Federer To Win A Slam IN 2014: 2/7 No, 5/2 Yes
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