Maria Sharapova +281
Fresh off her first French Open crown, Maria returns to the All-England Club where she stole the hearts of the tennis world with a title in 2004.
Serena Williams +311
Serena's health and motivation are in question after a shocking first-round exit at the French Open. However, Williams is still the best in the world and is priced accordingly.
Petra Kvitova +535
The defending Wimbledon champ is coming off a semifinal showing at the French Open. She currently ranks fourth in the world.
Victoria Azarenka +708
Azarenka had a disappointing showing at Roland Garros and dropped in the Wimbledon odds heading into the tournament. She made it to the semis at Wimbledon last year.
Kim Clijsters +1,743
The veteran is always dangerous when healthy, but has rarely been 100 percent in recent tournaments. Clijsters won at Wimbledon back in 2003.
Venus Williams +3,032
Venus owns Wimbledon with five titles at the All-England Club, the last coming in 2008. However, after losing in the final in 2009, she's only made it to the quarters and the fourth round the past two years.
Agnieszka Radwanska +3,032
Radwanska is currently ranked third in the world and has only been as far as the quarterfinals at Wimbledon, in 2008 and 2009.
Caroline Wozniacki +4,550
Wozniacki has bowed out in the fourth round at Wimbledon the past three years. The former world No. 1 is still looking for her first Grand Slam title.
Angelique Kerber +4,550
Kerber is ranked No. 8 in the world but has only made it as far as the third round at Wimbledon. She advanced to the quarters at Rolland Garros this spring.
Sabine Lisicki +6,065
Lisicki had a breakout year in 2011, including a trip to the Wimbledon semis. She was shocked in the first round of the French Open and was knocked out in the second round at the AEGON Classic.
Ana Ivanovic +6,065
Ivanovic, a former No. 1, has slid to No. 14 in the rankings. She's gone as far as the semifinals at Wimbledon in 2007, but hasn't gotten past the fourth round since, including a first-round exit in 2010.
Tsvetana Pironkova +10,026
Pironkova made a semifinal showing at Wimbledon in 2010 and played her way to the quarterfinals last year.
Julia Goerges +15,667
The 23-year-old German is No. 25 in the world and advanced as far as the third round at Wimbledon last year, snapping a skid of back-to-back first-round losses.
Jelena Jankovic +15,667
Jankovic has made four fourth-round showings at the All-England Club but hasn't been able to get over the hump. Last year, she was dropped in the opening round at Wimbledon.
Vera Zvonareva +15, 667
Zvonareva made it to the Wimbledon final in 2010, but followed that with a third-round exit last year.
Dominika Cibulkova +15,667
Cibulkova, ranked 13th in the world, made it to the quarterfinals at Wimbledon last summer. She is, however, coming off a strong French Open in which she upset former world No. 1 Victoria Azarenka in the fourth round.
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"Why in the hell is Venus on this list? I thought this was a list of tennis "hotties" who actually have a shot to win. She is neither."
These two teams have now played FIVE of their last six games over the total when playing in Anaheim...
My free play is on Anaheim/Tampa Bay Over at 10:35 ET.
Anaheim rallied from a 2-1 deficit in the third period to defeat Winnipeg 4-2 in the opening game of this series. The Ducks' top-line of Corey Perry and Ryan Getzlaf got rolling in that final period, as Perry scored twice while assisting on Getzlaf's goal that ended the game. It is hard not to conclude from that onslaught that Anaheim's superstars are a level above and beyond the capable but unspectacular set of defensemen that the Jets have to offer. The dilemma for the Jets’ head coach Paul Maurice is that if he focuses too much of his players and energies on that dynamic duo of Perry and Getzlaf, that will open up opportunities for Ryan Kesler who anchors a very powerful second line for the Ducks. The over is now 12-4-6 in Anaheim's last 22 games in the Western Conference quarterfinals after Game 1 of this series finished over the toatl of five. The over is also 5-1-1 in the Ducks' last seven home games against teams with a losing record on the road. Goalie Frederik Andersen was up to the task in the opening game by stopping 25 of the 27 shots Winnipeg peppered him. However, Andersen remains a question mark between the pipes given that he had a mediocre 2.56 goals against average and .906 save percentage after the All-Star break prior to Thursday's game. If it were not for John Gibson's upper body injury, Andersen may not have been head coach Bruce Boudreau's choice to be in net to begin this series. Gibson will be ready to go sometime during this series which means Andersen will be looking over his shoulder. He can blow up at any time in this series.
Winnipeg will likely play this game fast-and-loose after blowing that 2-1 lead on Thursday. Stealing Game 2 of this series remains a luxury rather than a necessity for this team, which should remain confident that it can win this series despite being an 8-seed. The Jets have now played NINE of their last 13 road games over the number against teams with a winning percentage over .600 on their home ice. However, the concern this team has but will not dare mention out loud is that goalie Ondrej Pavelec has lost his magic after an incredible second half of the season, where he culminated his 1.98 goals against average and .932 save percentage with three straight shutouts on the road. While Pavelec's play definitely put his team in a position to win the opening game of this series, the fact remains he gave up four goals on just 33 shots. His Game 1 numbers are reminiscent of his unspectacular 2.86 goals against average and .908 save percentage career numbers that he began this series with rather than the lightning in the bottle numbers he put up in the second half of the season after winning his job back from backup Michael Hutchinson. These two teams have now played FIVE of their last six games over the total when playing in Anaheim. Expect another game to finish over the number in Game 2 of this series. Take the over.
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