Maria Kirilenko: +30000
As a sports bettors, our wagers shouldn't be affected by appearances but that doesn't mean it doesn't happen. We here in the Covers.com news room often find ourselves betting on the hotter women on tour even when it's a bad bet. Here are a few lovely ladies we'll be rooting for during Wimbledon which starts Monday. Russian beauty Maria Kirilenko kicks off our list at 300/1 at bet365.com.
Julia Goerges: +8000
There's something we need to get off our chests. We love boobs... I mean, we love Julia Goerges. The 16th-ranked woman in the world has never made it past the second round of Wimbledon but we're betting on a deeper run this year for the 22-year-old German.
Dominika Cibulkova: +12500
An abdominal injury took away this Slovakia native's chance of doing some damage at the French Open but she's looked good in the grass warm-up tourneys.
Ana Ivanovic: +6600
If looks could kill, our girl Ana wouldn't have to worry about her dying talents. She'd just stare down her opponents and they'd crumble to her goddess beauty. Anyway, Ivanovic used to be a candidate to win at every slam event but this is 2011, not 2008.
Caroline Wozniacki: +1000
Wozniacki has owned the top ranking in women's tennis for the better part of a year but she can't seem to maintain her focus or up her game in the later stages of slam tourneys. She's made it to the fourth round at Wimbley the past two years. She's never sniffed a final at the All-England Club.
Maria Sharapova: +450
Outside of vintage 90s Anna Kournikova, it doesn't get any sexier than Maria Sharapova on the courts. And unlike her Russian comrade, Sharapova can play. It's been a few years since her last major tourney win, but she's been knocking on the door. bet365.com have her as the second favorite, behind Serena Williams, to win Wimbledon.
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FHM Sexiest Woman In The World 2015 Prop Odds
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Can bettors blame their losing wagers on these red-hot WAGs?
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"Kirilenko & Ana Ivanovic are my two favs."
1* Free Play Blues.
I think the home side is worth the price of admission in this spot. Both teams have for the most part played extremely well all year, but each is stumbling towards the finish line. In a situation like this, I don't think that home ice advantage can be overlooked and feel that it will ultimately help in deciding the outcome of this contest. After winning seven of nine, the Canucks have dropped two straight, including a 4-3 OT loss to Dallas on Saturday. To say this is a revenge game for the home side would be an understatement I think as Vancouver has won five straight in the series. The Blues will be hungry, they're just 1-2-2 in their last five and have lost four of six at home. I am going to call Vancouver's Eddie Lack and St. Louis' Brian Elliot a "wash" tonight, but note that the Canucks are just 4-5 (-2.1 units) following a loss by four goals or more in overtime this season. The desperation level in which St. Louis plays with tonight will be the difference, consider a second look at the BLUES in this one.AAA Sports
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