One of the great British sporting weekends that could be ruined by the atrocious British weather. This relentless and ridiculous amount of rainfall could play havoc with the Wimbledon finals, the British Grand Prix and the one-dayers against Australia.

At least the roof will save things on Centre Court as we look forward to a historic weekend with a British play in the men’s final on Saturday. I have mixed feelings having tipped Roger Federer at 5.5 at the start of the tournament. Punters are favouring Federer on the Daq as he’s available to back at 1.54, with Murray at 2.74.

My recent theory has been to back the player out of the big three that goes out of the French Open at the earliest stage. With the crazy scheduling it is so hard to go all the way to the final on clay in the French Open and then re-charge in time for two weeks on grass. Novak Djokovic looked like he ran out of gas on Friday. In such a long tennis season I find it madness that two of the year’s highlights, the French Open and Wimbledon – on two surfaces that could not be more different – have to be back-to-back.

Murray has had the ‘sign’ over Federer of late but the Swiss genius looks a man on a mission to regain his title and number one status and looks set to break British hearts on Sunday afternoon.

The women’s final could be a rout. Serena Williams should have far too much power for Radwanska. Radwanska is a great competitor but even some of my ground shots carry more weight than hers and I can easily see her being blown away by Williams. I’ll be going low and games and backing Williams on Betdaq’s handicap.

No Frankel or Camelot at Sandown this weekend and So You Think was a late withdrawal but it’s still an interesting renewal of the Eclipse. I was really taken by Farhh at Royal Ascot and wanted to back him to turn the form around with So You Think and even in the latter’s absence will still be backing him at a shorter price. Farhh is the one really bright light amongst the Godolphin battalion and can establish himself as a star on Saturday.

Friday was a nightmare day for many contenders in the Tour de France with as bad a crash as I have ever seen in this race. On Saturday they enter the mountains for the first time and the cream will come to the top en route to the finish up at La Planche Belle Filles. I hope Team Sky and Bradley Wiggins will be to the fore and then he can put the field to the sword in the time trial on Monday.

The star of the first week has been cycling’s new golden boy, Peter Sagan. With Box Hill to climb nine times on the Olympic route, which will severely test and probably knock out the out and out sprinters like Mark Cavendish, it looks tailor-made for Sagan. With Cav making the market, Peter Sagan will be a great bet to win the Olympic road race. He is a machine.

Another supposed machine, Usain Bolt, has started to drift on Betdaq to win the 100m in London. I wonder if he may soon trade odds against (currently 1.84/1.9 see below) as rumours circulate about his fitness on the back of two defeats to Yohan Blake in the Jamaican trials.

Finally, it’s a big weekend for the Sky Sports team at Silverstone as we show the British GP for the first time and it should be a brilliant race on the Sky Sports F1 channel. It’s been a field day for the layers so far this season with so many different winners and they must be licking their lips again, especially with the shocking weather forecast for Sunday. Sebastian Vettel headed Betdaq’s market at around 3.8 going in to qualifying but it’s a brave man who tries to predict the outcome.

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