India Arrived in Doubles at Wimbledon

Wimbledon came and went for the usual suspects.  No Novak upset in the finals this time.  Roger made a match out of it but fell in four sets.  Serena dominated another up and comer in straight sets.  So what lies for the future besides the Slam attempt at the US Open?  Apex Tennis Betting will look at the rankings on the women’s side.  Also an up and coming tennis power took three non-singles divisions on the lawn.  So without any further ado, let us read up on who fell the fastest in the fortnight.

Rock Bottom for Canadian

Serena is miles ahead of any woman in the game and now her ranking reflects it.  The #2 in the world is Maria Sharapova whom Williams treats as a rag doll.  The gap between them in rating points reflects that as she has twice as many as the Russian.  The person who fell most from grace has to be Genie Boucard who lost a ton of points in her rapid exit from this year’s tournament.  From 12th in the world all the way down to #26, she had better find her form fast lest she get into that unseeded danger zone that makes career comebacks oh so much more difficult.

India Scores Big at Wimbledon

Singles dominate the television coverage but wagering is readily available in the other forms at the majors.  42 year old Leander Paes teamed up with the original Swiss Miss, Hingis, for the mixed doubles title. 6-1 and 6-1 left little doubt in a final that took just forty minutes.  Hingis also found her way to the top in the ladies doubles with Sani Mirza.  This went the distance with a 7-5 win in the third and decisive set.  The boys division saw another doubles title go India’s way as Sumit Nagal was one half of the team that took that title.  Quite an accomplishment which will propel the tennis program of India to new heights in every division for the future.