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Roddick and Blake favorite for 2007 Davis Cup finals

The USA tennis players Andy Roddick and James Blake favorite to win their matches from the 2007 Davis Cup finals.

Roddick and Blake favorite for 2007 Davis Cup finals Today is the start of the 2007 Davis Cup finals and the U.S. team will look to win the title after 12 years of no-go, when they face the tennis players from Russia. Despite the controversies surrounding the 2007 Davis Cup, the betting on the tennis competition is in full speed, with the first two players posted as favorite to win their Friday matches. In the first Davis Cup match in Oregon, U.S. Andy Roddick will meet the Russia's Dmitry Tursunov and the American player is a heavy favorite listed with odds on winning the match at -500 at the web sportsbook Bodog Sports. Dmitry Tursunov is underdog with a money line of +330. In the set betting props for the 2007 Davis Cup, Andy Roddick is favorite to beat Dmitry Tursunov 3-0, this result with odds 5/4, followed by Roddick 3 - Tursunov 1 at 11/5 and Andy Roddick 3-2 pays out 7/1.

 In Game 2 a couple of hours later, another U.S. player, James Blake, is again a favorite by odds, the bookie had listed Blake with a line -170 and his Russian opponent, Mikhail Youzhny, hold underdog odds of +130. Set betting favors James Blake 3-1 with odds 9/4, followed by James Blake 3-0 at 3/1 and Mikhail Youzhny 3-1 at 5/1. United States are odds favorite to win the 2007 Davis Cup at 1/4 and Russia hold odds on winning of 11/4 at Bodog Sports.

 Published on 11/30/2007

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