The grass court season has arrived - don't tell WTA Nurnberg they are still playing on clay - and it's that time of year where the British press inundate us with "can/will Andy Murray win Wimbledon?". The answer is he can. Whether he will we'll find out in a month. Before then we have action at Queen's where Murray is to return from injury and is priced up as the pre-tournament favorite at 2/1.
The Overrule likes the look of Kevin Anderson 33/1 positioned in the second quarter of the draw with a possible last eight meeting with Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and a semi-final clash with Murray on the horizon. The South African reached the last eight last year but doesn't have the greatest history on grass which might come as a surprise with a good serve.
Anderson is over priced due to being drawn in Murray's half with the Scot far too short considering we haven't had a chance to see him play since the lay off. The Overrule will back Anderson with half a point each-way which means half a point on Anderson to win the tournament at 33/1 with another half point on half of those odds to reach the final. If Anderson can reach the last four we'll have scope to further assess our position later in the week.
0.5* Kevin Anderson win Queen's (each-way) at 33/1 (Betfred) (each-way terms 1/2 odds 1-2 places)