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The professional tennis season can be grueling with tournaments taking place almost every weekend and with the next WTA tennis tournament on the way, you can wager on your favorite players or even predict the winner at codigopromocion.es. We look at some of best matches in tennis history:

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1. Roger Federer vs. Andy Roddick, 5-7 7-6 (8), 7-6 (5), 3-6, 16-14,

2009 Wimbledon Final

American tennis player Andy Roddick had the misfortune of playing against Roger Federer over several tennis matches, with Roddick losing four Grand Slam finals to Federer including the 2009 Wimbledon Final. Although Roger Federer has written history, this year’s odds show that somebody else will be Wimbledon’s winner. If you want to wager on this year’s tournament and predict the winner, you can have access to the latest tennis odds by using this code.

Roddick’s 2009 Wimbledon Final loss to Federer has been labelled the “most painful” of all of the Grand Slam defeats he endured, the American managed just one Grand Slam victory during his career.

2. Monica Seles vs. Steffi Graf, 4–6, 6–3, 6–2,

1993 Australian Open Final

Monica Seles was at the top of her young career in 1993 having already won the two previous Australian Open Finals.

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Her Grand Slam win against Steffi Graf was not only a great women’s final, but it was Seles’ last prior to the on-court stabbing she suffered in April of that year. After falling behind Graf in the first set, Seles battled back showcasing her fiery youthful play.

Seles was formidable when she played Graf, unfortunately just a few months later the incident prevented her from reaching greater heights.

3. Rafael Nadal vs. Roger Federer, 6-4, 6-4, 6-7, 6-7, 9-7,

2008 Wimbledon Final

Rafael Nadal met Roger Federer in the 2008 Wimbledon Final as a rising star in men’s tennis. The match was billed as a changing of the guard as Nadal was on his way up in the sport and Federer was meant to pass the torch.

The two top-ranked men’s tennis players in the world battled for nearly five hours with Nadal coming out on top. The win gave Nadal a double French Open-Wimbledon, the only other two players that ever achieved this were Rod Laver and Bjorn Borg.

4. Bjorn Borg vs. John McEnroe, 1-6, 7-5, 6-3, 6-7 (16), 8-6,

1980 Wimbledon Final

Bjorn Borg and John McEnroe played the most famous tiebreak in the history of tennis during the 1980 Wimbledon Final. The two tennis players were in the prime of their careers. The drama of the match began at 6-6 with set points and match points occurring at a near endless rate. With the score tied at 16-16, McEnroe eventually won on his seventh set point.

McEnroe’s ability to comeback time and time again had been pushed to the limit, despite going deep into the fifth set, Borg prevailed to win his fifth straight Wimbledon title.