The US Open gets underway with Rafael Nadal, Andy Murray, Novak Djokovic, Laura Robson, Sabine Lisicki, Roger Federer, David Ferrer, & Tommy Robredo available to watch online with Bet365.
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It certainly looks to be one of the more exciting tournaments following Andy Murray’s success at Wimbledon this year.
The US Open gets underway from Flushing Meadows and as ever, we are all set for a thrilling two weeks in the final Grand Slam tournament of the year.
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The quality in the field is right out of the top drawer as Andy Murray looks to continue his Wimbledon success with victory at Flushing Meadows, New York. There have been five different winners in as many years in the US Open however, so the tournament is wide open.
When looking at the odds though, you can see that Rafael Nadal is the favourite to win the US Open this year as he is being offered at 2/1 with the bookies.
The Spaniard has been in cracking form throughout the last couple months and looks to be back to his best, so will be tough to beat in America over the next few days.
The number-two seed needs to be at his very best throughout the tournament though and although Wimbledon was held on the grass courts, he needs to raise his game at Flushing Meadows as he crashed out in the opening round at SW 19.
For many, Novak Djokovic is excellent value for the US Open as he has odds of 5/2 and is sure to be involved come the closing stages.
The Serbian has shown over the years just how good he is and he is extremely consistent in the big tournaments. It would be a big surprise if he didn’t make the semi-finals and after that, anything can happen.
Djokovic was a winner here in 2011 and lost in the final last year, so will be looking to bounce back with a victory this time out.
The man that beat the world number-one last year was Andy Murray and he can be backed at 17/4 to make it back-to-back titles here at Flushing Meadows.
Murray is the Wimbledon Champion of course and the only man to hold two Grand Slams right now, but he hasn’t been in the best of form leading up to this tournament.
What the Scot will be hoping is that he peaks at the right time and finds some form in the opening rounds, where he might not have to be at his absolute best to come out on top. There could be plenty of value in Murray.
In truth, the bookies find it tough to look past one of these three winning the US Open as Juan Martin Del Potro is next in the betting and can be backed at 16/1, with Roger Federer having the same odds.
These two have both lifted the trophy at this tournament in the past, but have to cause a bit of an upset to beat one of the big three.
The likes of Tomas Berdych and David Ferrer are out at 50/1 and over.
We should be in for another superb few days at the US Open and the competition looks tough to call right now. The opening rounds are key for players to build momentum and don’t be surprised if we see an early shock.
Bring on the action.