Murray cut after Nadal's sensational exitRAFAEL NADAL was sensationally dumped out of Wimbledon on Thursday night 6-7 6-4 6-4 2-6 6-4 by unheralded Czech Lukas Rosol.
Rosol had been a 33-1 chance with bookmakers before the match with Nadal as short as 1-250 for victory with Paddy Power.
There was carnage on Betfair with just under £200,000 matched on Nadal at 1.01 and more than £5m traded at 1.05 or lower. Rosol himself was backed at 110.
Novak Djokovic was best at evens to retain his title in the wake of French Open champion Nadal's demise – the Serb was as short as 19-20 in a place – while Roger Federer was cut to 3-1 to win a seventh crown.
Rosol, who was a best-priced 2,500-1 with BetVictor, was just 50-1 with Ladbrokes to take the title, although he was way too short at 18-1 in a place.
Andy Murray, 13-2 from 12-1 after Nadal's exit, will face Marcos Baghdatis for a place in the last 16 after overcoming Ivo Karlovic 7-5 6-7 6-2 7-6. Murray made only eight unforced errors and he is 1-12 with Ladbrokes to see off his old rival Baghdatis.