Rafael Nadal Out of 2009 Wimbledon Odds: Moments ago it was announced that the world’s top-seeded player and reigning Wimbledon champion, Rafael Nadal, will not be defending his Wimbledon crown at the All England Club this year.
After struggling with tendinitis in his knees for a portion of the season, the Spaniard decided to take doctor’s advice and rest his aching knees for some time. “Unfortunately this year I won’t be able to play at Wimbledon,” Nadal said in a new conference.
Nadal made the announcement just moments after losing a second warm-up match in two days, 4-6 7-6 10-3 to Switzerland’s Stanislas Wawrinka.
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In those 2009 Wimbledon Odds, Roger Federer [4/5] had been listed as the Sports Odds favorite to capture his 15th career Grand Slam title, and finally pass Pete Sampras in tennis’ all-time list.
Andy Murray [11/4] has been awarded the second best Sports Odds to win the 2009 Wimbledon Odds. Murray had been listed better than Rafal Nadal [11/2] in the Sports Betting Odds to win the 2009 Wimbledon Odds crown.
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