The US Open tennis takes place this week as Andy Murray once again goes in search of his first major, with fans able to watch a high quality live stream of the action through Bet365 and their live streaming service, available for every match at Flushing Meadows.
In the womens draw,Serena Williams is once again the player to beat over the next two weeks as the best female tennis players in the world compete in the US Open at Flushing Meadows.
With the final Grand Slam of the season getting underway on Monday, there is plenty of excitement in the year ahead of what should be two excellent weeks of tennis.
As mentioned, the favourite to be successful is Serena Williams. The American became Wimbledon Champion once again earlier this year of course and followed this up with a gold medal at the London 2012 Olympics.
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If she can win another US Open title, it would surely complete the most memorable spell of her career. This is especially the case when you consider the injury problems she has had over the last year or two.
So, who can compete with the American at a venue where she has been crowned Champion on three previous occasions?
The second favourite is Victoria Azarenka. The 23-year-old began the year with victory at the Australian Open and after following this with a semi-final finish at Wimbledon, she will want to end the year in style.
She definitely has the talent to achieve success, but it is worth noting that she hasn’t progressed past the 4th round at the US Open as yet.
You then have Maria Sharapova. Everyone knows that on her day, she can beat anyone in the world. It is just about whether she is in the right frame of mind to find her best form at the right time.
She has won all four Grand Slams at some stage – including this year’s French Open – but has she got it in her for the second of 2012? We shall see.
Petra Kvitova and Li Na are then genuine contenders, as are the more experienced duo of Kim Clijsters and Venus Williams.
With the likes of Agnieszka Radwanska in the mix too, it should be a competitive and action packed fortnight of US Open tennis.