Roger Federer vs Andy Murray Odds Australian Open Finals 2010: World No.1, Roger Federer [-180 ML], zipped through to his 22nd Grand Slam final where he will meet sports betting odds underdog Andy Murray [+145 ML]. Federer has started this year as though he has something to prove, and he is definitely making a statement after many thought his dominance had come to an end. Federer is coming off an impressive win against No.10th seeded Frenchman, Jo-Wilfried Tsonga.
The Swiss had complete control of the match, sweeping the Tsonga by a score of 6-2, 6-3, 6-2, in less than 90 minutes. “It’s nice going through a match like that,’’ Federer said. “I think against top players, it’s always positive if you can win the first set.’’
Federer has appeared in the last 18 of the 19 Grand Slam Finals. The only final he missed was the 2005 Australian Open. His experience and power is enough to intimidate anyone. Andy Murray will now face the unstoppable Swiss and try to cause the upset.
The Brit holds the 6-4 advantage in their overall matchups. Murray does have Grand Slam experience having played once before in the 2008 US Open. But it just so happened to be against Federer. Murray lost in straight sets against the top seed.