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ATP Umag - Rosol v Cilic

ATP Umag - Rosol v Cilic

Marin Cilic is through to the quarter-final stage in Umag, where he will meet Lukas Rosol for a spot in the final four of the tournament. This marks the third time these to competitors will meet on the professional tour, with Cilic leading the head-to-head series 2-0 with the most recent contest taking place at Rotterdam earlier in the year. Cilic’s opponent is Czech Republic’s Lukas Rosol, who defeated pere Riba in the second round to set up the quarter-final encounter. He defeated Riba 7-6(4), 6-1 in 74 minutes to pick up his 23rd win of the season. The world No. 43 is looking to capture his first ATP World Tour title of the season this week in Umag. He has finished runner-up on two occasions and has captured two titles on the Challenger circuit.

Hungarian Grand Prix

Hungarian Grand Prix

Nico Rosberg won in Germany to take a 14-point lead in the drivers' championship, but he'll need to look over his shoulder this weekend. Team-mate and title rival Lewis Hamilton has won four of the seven F1 races he's entered at this track and has to be considered the favourite this weekend. Jenson Button is also something of a Hungary specialist with two wins, while Fernando Alonso and Kimi Raikkonen have one apiece. Sebastian Vettel has none—the Hungarian is the only established grand prix on the 2014 calendar the four-time champion has never won.

World Matchplay Darts

World Matchplay Darts

The best darters in the world have travelled to Backpool for the 2014 World Matchplay, one of the biggest events on the darts calendar. Phil Taylor will defend his title against a stocked field of competitors, with Michael van Gerwen expected to be his main rival for the title and the £100,000 reward waiting for the victor. The Power hasn't been at his best in 2014 but always comes through when he has his back against the wall, so expect plenty of excitement over the course of the next week. Check our our head to head markets here!

ATP Atlanta Open

ATP Atlanta Open

The 2014 US Open Series begins with the Atlanta Open as some of the ATP’s finest tune up their games on American hard courts. John Isner, who captured the title in 2013 when he saved two match points during a battle with Kevin Anderson which was the tallest ATP World Tour final on record, headlines a quarter packed with American players. World no. 18 Kevin Anderson has enjoyed an excellent season, reaching the round of 16 at all three Grand Slams as well as ATP World Tour finals at Acapulco and Delray Beach. Follow all the action in every match with Head-to-Head betting, live in play and Outright Markets.

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