Whilst not an epic five setter there was plenty of swings in the Mens Final market at Wimbledon yesterday on BETDAQ as shown on our exclusive TIMELINE.

Federer went into the match as the 1.49 favourite on BETDAQ as he tried to emulate Pete Sampras’s record of seven titles but it was Andy Murray (2.97 at the start) who made the early running as he bid to win his first Grand Slam.

Murray got an early break in set 1 and although Federer broke back, Murray also broke to lead 5-4 and held his serve to win the first set. With Murray a set up there was little in price between the two players on BETDAQ with Federer 1.97 and Murray 2.

In set 2 it looked destined to go to a tie-break until Federer broke Murray to win the set 7-5 to level the match.

Set 3 saw the rain delay whilst the roof was closed and Federer was poised to win the third game of the set at 40-0. Federer wrapped up that game on resumption and the turning point of the whole Championship came in the sixth game of the third set – a game that stretched 20 minutes, that saw Federer come back from 0-40 down on the Murray serve, 11 deuces and six break points saved by Murray before Federer finally converted a break point and his price crashed from 1.45 to 1.2 as he went 4-2 up and went on to win the set. 2-1 Federer.

Set 4 turned on the fifth game when Federer got a break in the fifth game wich saw him trade at 1.04 from 1.18. There was no way back from Murray who did trade as favourite for the title on BETDAQ towards the later stages of set 2 but it weas to be Federer’s day again on Centre Court.