There has been a huge movement on the Scotsman to win BBC Sports Personality of the Year award
After winning his second Wimbledon title and third Grand Slam of his career, Andy Murray now finds himself the clear favourite to take home his third BBC Sports Personality of the Year award in four years. Murray is as short as evens with selected bookmakers but this time two weeks ago, before he played his first game at Wimbledon, you could have got odds of 16/1.
Another Brit who had a superb weekend was Lewis Hamilton. He won his fourth British Grand Prix as he chases down his third consecutive World Championship. Hamilton has already won the BBC Sports Personality of the Year award back in 2014 and if he can claim his fourth Formula One World Championship, he will be among the favourites come December. You can currently get odds of 16/1 but if you move quickly Sky Bet and Coral have odds of 50/1.
Jessica Ennis-Hill holds the record for most podiums without a win at the BBC Sports Personality of the Year awards having finished in the top three on four separate occasions. If Ennis-Hill can win her second Olympic Gold in Rio this summer, she must be considered a real favourite to finally win the award. You can currently get odds of 11/1 but, you can expect these to rapidly change if she has a successful summer.