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I thought there was nothing wrong with Murray's bow by the way. He played well too...
So, did they buckle or rise to the challenge? Will they be playing the 4-4-2 and will Gerrard be stuck on the left wing. Will Fabio insist on playing an out of form player above the leagues top goal-scorer for England. All the questions and more have been answered today, and although I can say I was not alone in thinking that the manager hasn't proved us wrong, the result is what matters at the end of the day.
Just a quick look at Wimbledon, (I know, another tournament on at the same time as the World Cup!) bad light has stopped play when the score (in games) is 59-59! That is an obscene score! Bad light and fresh legs tomorrow could see more unbelievable scores being achieved!
Another cracking day at the all England club (ironically a year where no English men are in the draw). Nadal looked on song and Murray made me hover over the mouse in the first set and then breezed through the next without breaking into a sweat. He even looked to be enjoying his tennis again...did I speak to soon. Well I don't think so, he was tested in the first set and this was a guy that wasn't that good. I can't help but see weaknesses still. Granted he has got more physically strong and he has some awesome shots that he can call on to use when he needs them but there is something I can't put my finger on...It made for good viewing though, and I was happy to watch someone playing the game well which I can only imagine will be a million miles away from what I'll be feeling watching the England game tomorrow.
On that note, nothing less than a win En- ger- land!
What a start! I was late back from work in the morning and my mate texted to check what side I was on the Federer match. At this point I'm thinking back to Nadal's exit at Queens...Surely "The Feds" can't be nearing being knocked out, AND why am I late to my computer?!
It wasn't that Federer was playing badly he was just against an in-form opponent. By the fifth set he had managed to tire Falla and was comfortable. By 2-0 in the fifth set you couldn't even get 1.01 on Federer. The early backers would have been sweating a bit on this one.
Richard: What are Murray's chances? Well I'm thinking he's not going to do too well this year I'm afraid. I could be wrong, and really want to be. He looked out of sorts at Queens which he's normally pretty solid at. He's losing a lot of ATP points as he hasn't hit the form he had last year. Having said that, if/when England get knocked out the country will be looking to him to perform (which is actually the way Murray prefers it). It would be foolish to look past Nadal and now Federer getting through a tough opener to take the glory.
I'll be very interested in any other opinions...in the comments! :)
With all the real focus being on Group C we wanted to see how the US would play against Slovenia to see what we could glisten from the performance. Well it turns out that we might have a match on when England faces Slovenia. When the USA pushed in the second half they started to get better chances and their 2-2 draw is probably fair. Slovenia's first half goals were very impressive though and I do feel a little sorry they couldn't hold onto the win.
England can take the fight to everyone else in the group tonight with a comfortable win against Algeria. Moyes has predicted a Rooney hat-trick and since he got the goal scorer and final score correct in the USA match I am feeling confident too!
There were goals aplenty today. Argentina still looking a promising force and potential champions and picking up a match ball to take home when Gonzalo Higuain scored Argentina's first hat trick at a World Cup in 12 years. Messi was at the heart of things but it was Higuain tapping them away.
France were looking pretty battered by another promising team, Mexico. The other match of the day saw an unlucky Nigeria being beaten by Greece. Going down to 10 men did the damage as they were leading but had the chance to take home the spoils and didn't take it. Another keeping incident stole Greece's win. The more goalkeeping errors makes Green slightly less green...lets see what we can do tomorrow!
Is anyone trading the football, it seems a bit bouncy this tournament?
Thank you to all those who kindly left a comment on Delivering Happiness and were entered into a draw to win an advance reading copy of the book.
I can announce today that my lovely assistant drew out of the hat....George Palmer. If you could email me your address I will stick the book in the post to you. I hope you enjoy the read, and feel free to leave a review on here or on your own blog!
Many thanks to everyone, and I hope I have more goodies to give away in the future.
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Links of interest
- Adapt & Survive
- Betfair Analytics
- Blog of Tim Ferriss
- Cash or Crash
- CRM blog
- Free Under Over Soccer Picks
- Full-time Traders Mindset
- JS' Betfair Journal
- Mind Games
- My Sports Trading Journey
- Peter Webb blog
- Probability Theory (Peter Webb)
- Productive Firefox
- Professional Gambler
- Scraping a Living
- Sports Betting News
- Trading Tennis