The men’s quarter-finals at Wimbledon take place today and we are all set for four great matches as players look to make it to the final four.
World number one and favourite Novak Djokovic goes up against Florian Mayer and it is a match that the Serbian is expected to win as he has odds of 1/25 to be victorious.
Djokovic will know that Mayer is a top quality player though who can upset the odds if he is not at his best. The German has already beaten the highly rated Richard Gasquet in the last round.
Roger Federer is the first man to step onto centre court today when he goes head to head with Mikhail Youznhy.
Federer has had plenty of tests on the way to the quarter-final but now knows he has a great chance of winning his first Grand Slam since 2010. Looking at a betting offer for the 30-year-old, you can back him at 1/7.
Youznhy has been impressive at SW 19 so far though and is capable of spring a surprise or two. He is available to make the semi-finals at 13/2 with Boylesports.
Andy Murrary and David Ferrer also meet each other today in one of the pick of these quarter-final ties.
Murray has been extremely impressive this year and knows this could be his best chance to come out on top at Wimbledon.
Ferrer is an opponent that is more than good enough to go all the way at SW 19 though, against Juan Martin Del-Potro last time out he looked world class and took the match in three sets.
This is a match between two players at the top of their game at the moment, however Murray is the favourite to reach the final four with odds of 1/2 with Paddy Power. Ferrer is being offered at 19/10.
The final encounter to look at is between Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and Philipp Kohlschreiber. Both players have shown that on their day they are amongst some of the best around.
Tsonga put in a top performance against number 10 seed Mardy Fish in the last round so will be full of confidence this time out.
Kohlschriber is also in great form though, winning his last three matches in straight sets.
It is the Frenchman who is expected to progress though. You can back him at 1/3 whereas the German has odds of 7/2.