The match-ups that everyone wanted pre-tournament have come into fruition.
Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Andy Murray, and Novak Djokovic are the players remaining in the men's tennis draw at the ATP Toronto event. If today's semfinal matches from Toronto do not get your blood going then you aren't a tennis fan.
Murray and Nadal are the two players who will be squaring off first and their match, along with the Federer vs Djokovic match, will be available on bet365's live streaming: go to bet365>live streaming>tennis if you are looking to watch the matches live online.
Both matches look to be tight and there is no heavy favorite in either. Nadal is priced at -142 (about 5/7) with either SkyBet or Boylesports while Murray has come in as an underdog at +142 with Bwin for the near overlay.
Nadal has a significant edge over Murray in terms of head to head play as the Spaniard has taken 8 out of 11 matches that he has played against the the UK's number 1 player.
Murray's three wins however have all come on the hard court surface as he has beat Nadal at the 2010 Australian Open, Rotterdam 2009, and at the 2008 US Open.
Rafa backers may be quick to point out that for the Australian Open match, Nadal was not at 100% and he looks as though he is now. However when you look at Nadal's recent history it is NOTHING BUT WINS for several months now with the exception of a lackluster match against Feliciano Lopez at London Queen's. Murray has several losses in that time span, one to Nadal specifically at Wimbledon and another to Sam Querrey in Los Angeles a couple of weeks ago.
Nadal is priced valuably with Boylesports at -142 and that is our recommendation as the true odds for this match are probably closer to -190 for Nadal vs +190 for Murray.
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