Wimbledon

Little chance for Anderson

2014-06-30 12:15
Kevin Anderson (AFP)
Cape Town - Bookmakers have given South Africa's Kevin Anderson little chance of upsetting defending champion and home-town favourite, Andy Murray, in their fourth round clash at Wimbledon.

Leading bookies Ladbrokes have Murray on offer at 1/20 to progress to the quarter-finals, while Anderson can be backed at 9/1.

Anderson, seeded 20th for the tournament, became the first South African to reach the fourth round at Wimbledon in 20 years.

The Murray v Anderson match is scheduled to be the second match on Centre Court on Monday, after the Alize Cornet v Eugenie Bouchard clash starting at 14:00 SA time.

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