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US Open Tennis Betting Guide

The US Open is the final Grand Slam of each year and is certainly one of the most interesting tournaments of the year. The event is held at Flushing Meadows in the Queens area of New York and it's known for it's partizan crowds. The event therefore has a great coverage in the media, but nevertheless it is not even close to the most prestigious Grand Slam in Wimbledon.

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Novak Djokovic 2.50 2.62
Rafael Nadal 4.50
Andy Murray 6.00 6.00
Roger Federer 3.50 11.00
Stanislas Wawrinka 13.00 15.00
Juan Martin Del Potro 17.00
Grigor Dimitrov 17.00 19.00
Milos Raonic 26.00 26.00
Kei Nishikori 51.00 17.00
Jo Wilfred Tsonga 26.00 51.00
Marin Cilic 67.00 13.00
Tomas Berdych 34.00 67.00
David Ferrer 51.00 81.00
Ernests Gulbi 67.00 101
Nick Kyrgio 101 101
Gael Monfil 101 101
John Isner 101 101
Jerzy Janowicz 101 151
Richard Gasquet 101 151
Bernard Tomic 201 101
David Goffin 201 101
Dominic Thiem 301 201
Andreas Seppi 251
Philipp Kohlschreiber 251 301
Nicolas Almagro 301
Feliciano Lopez 201 401
Tommy Robredo 301
Fernando Verdasco 201 401
Kevin Anderson 501 301
Fabio Fognini 501 401
Denis Istomin 501
Steve Johnson 501
Lleyton Hewitt 501 501
Ivo Karlovic 501
Ryan Harrison 501
Ivan Dodig 501
Gilles Simon 501
Dmitry Tursunov 501
Marcos Baghdatis 501
Albert Ramos Vinolas 501
Jarkko Nieminen 501
Jurgen Melzer 501
Martin Klizan 501
Lukas Rosol 501
Julien Benneteau 501
Radek Stepanek 501
Benoit Paire 501
Guillermo Garcia Lopez 501
Roberto Bautista Agut 501 501
Gilles Muller 501
Jiri Vesely 501
Sam Querrey 501
Victor Estrella 501
Jeremy Chardy 501
Albert Montanes 501
Mikhail Youzhny 501
Vasek Pospisil 501
Federico Delbonis 1001
Kenny De Schepper 1001
Sam Groth 1001
Teymuraz Gabashvili 1001
Damir Dzumhur 1001
Evgeny Donskoy 1001
Dustin Brown 1001
Igor Sijsling 1001
Santiago Giraldo 1001
Benjamin Becker 1001
Carlos Berlocq 1001
Pablo Cuevas 1001
Frank Dancevic 1001
Adrian Mannarino 1001
Dudi Sela 1001
Pere Riba 1001
Tim Smyczek 1001
Joao Souza 1001
Leonardo Mayer 1001
Marinko Matosevic 1001
Paolo Lorenzi 1001
Marcel Granollers 1001
Alejandro Gonzalez 1001
Andreas Haider Maurer 1001
Lukas Lacko 1001
Dusan Lajovic 1001
Andrey Golubev 1001
DS Schwartzman 1001
Aleksandr Nedovyesov 1001
Juan Monaco 1001
Pablo Carreno Busta 1001
Blaz Rola 1001
Bradley Klahn 1001
Jan Lennard Struff 1001
Mikhail Kukushkin 1001
Montserrat Gonzalez 1001
Paul Henri Mathieu 1001
Yen Hsun Lu 1001
Michael Llodra 1001
Daniel Gimeno Traver 1001
Tobias Kamke 1001
Alex Kuznetsov 1001
Wayne Odesnik 1001
Edouard Roger Vasselin 1001
Pablo Andujar 1001
Jack Sock 1001
Matthew Ebden 1001
Robin Haase 1001
Simone Bolelli 1001
Sergiy Stakhovsky 1001
Filippo Volandri 1001
Blaz Kavcic 1001
Nicolas Mahut 1001
Donald Young 1001
Alejandro Falla 1001
Marcos Giron 2001
Jared Donaldson 2001
Noah Rubin 2001

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Serena William 2.62
Victoria Azarenka 5.00
Simona Halep 7.00
Maria Sharapova 8.00
Eugenie Bouchard 10.00
Petra Kvitova 13.00
Caroline Wozniacki 17.00
Agnieszka Radwanska 34.00
Ana Ivanovic 34.00
Garbine Muguruza Blanco 51.00
Angelique Kerber 51.00
Madison Key 67.00
Sloane Stephen 67.00
Jelena Jankovic 81.00
Flavia Pennetta 101
Lucie Safarova 101
Sabine Lisicki 101
Dominika Cibulkova 101
Ekaterina Makarova 101
Samantha Stosur 101
Casey Dellacqua 201
Carla Suarez Navarro 201
Elina Svitolina 201
Sara Errani 201
Camila Giorgi 401
Maria Kirilenko 401
Alize Cornet 401
Kirsten Flipkens 501

Unfortunately, the venue is definitely not the best when it comes to coping with bad weather. There is no roof in place at the moment and rain can greatly delay the tournament. The tournament is regularly blighted by bad weather and two full days were lost in the 2011 tournament to rain, even the threat of hurricanes have disrupted the schedule in recent years.

There are some other important things that you have to know. For example, the deciding set does not continue until it is won by two games. A regular tie-break is played instead. This might seem like a minor change, but it actually means quite a lot. Some players like the change, but there are also many players that would prefer the traditional system where a player is required to win by two clear games instead.

Since it is basically the last really important tournament of the season, players are looking to finish on a high note. There are many hard court tournaments just before the Grand Slam, but the performances might not be very indicative. The conditions are pretty tough and many players try to save some energy for the big one. Even Nadal used that strategy in 2010 – and it was certainly worth it.

Like Wimbledon, the US Open was once dominated by Roger Federer. In 2009, he was finally defeated by Juan Martin Del Potro after winning five consecutive titles. That was a huge shock at the time and the defeat certainly had a lasting effect on the player from Switzerland. 2012 saw Andy Murray achieve his first Grand Slam victory with an epic five-set victory over Novak Djokovic. It took Murray six minutes short of five hours to beat the Serbian to become the first British male since Fred Perry in 1936 to win a Grand Slam title. The ladies tourament saw Serena Williams claim her fourth US Open title with a 3 set win over Victoria Azarenka.

The artificial surface (DecoTurf) is quite quick and definitely favours players that are able to put some pace on the ball. Players that are able to step into the court and attack tend to do well in this Grand Slam. Most American players also raise their game for this event and it seems that home advantage plays a role in the tournament.

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