Advantage Serena: Women's Wimbledon final preview
Serena Williams -600 vs. Adnieszka Radwanska +400
There is only so much you can say about this one. If Radwanska somehow manages to find a way to win, it will go down as one of the all time upsets at the All England Club.
Not only has Williams won four titles here, according to NY Times Writer Ben Rothenberg she has also held serve at Wimbledon 92 percent of the time. Scary.
Serena is also 190-4 in grand slams when winning the first set. And you'd have to think nerves are going to play a major factor for Radwanska considering this is her first grand slam final so winning the first set is a tall order.
There is also the matter of serve. Radwanska has an efficient one, but it's not the strength of her game. She's known as a player who can track down balls with abandon and Mary Joe Fernandez even called her a 'human backboard' during Thursday's telecast.
Serena on the other hand has the most feared serve in the women's game and has racked up 84 aces at Wimbledon. To put that into perspective, second most is Sabine Lisicki with 34.
If you don't like the price of Serena -600, you can also get her to win in two sets at around -190.
If Williams wins, it will mark her fifth Wimbledon title and she would be the first 30-year-old female grand slam champ since Navratilova won the 1990 Wimbledon at 33.
Williams is 2-0 against Radwanska but the two haven't met since 2008.