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Madison Keys v Sloane Stephens US Open Final Tennis Betting Odds & Preview

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This will be the first all-American women’s final at the US Open since the Williams sisters battled it out back in 2002. Venus was on the brink of making an appearance in this year’s final until she was edged out at the end of a gripping third set against world 83 Sloane Stephens in the semi finals. This has been nothing short of a remarkable run for Stephens. Back at the start of the year she had foot surgery and could barely walk, but here she is in her first Grand Slam Final appearance.

Madison Keys v Sloane Stephens US Open Final Odds

Madison Keys 1/2, Sloane Stephens 2/1 Stephens won 6-1 0-6 7-5 against Williams in the first of the two semi finals. Stephens only made her come back to the game this year at Wimbledon when she was ranked 957th in the world because of her 11 month absence from the game. Just two months on her, she has put together some stunning form to win 14 of her 16 games and she looks stronger than ever. Her foot doesn't seem to be an issue and she has looked pretty quick and dynamic is has to be said. She showed plenty of grit in hat final set against Williams as well and with her back against the wall at 30-30 and 5-5 in that last set, she produced some of her best tennis to battle through and break the Williams serve before closing out the match, winning 10 of the last 11 points. But those wobbles in her serve, particularly in the second set will be of some concern going into this one against the powerful Keys. Madison Keys will also be making her Grand Slam Final debut in this one and she barely had to break a sweat in her semi final against fellow American Coco Vandeweghe. Keys dropped just three games in the match to powder her way through in what was just the second Grand Slam semi final for the 22 year old in her career. She totally dominated Vandeweghe who had knocked out the top seed Karolina Pliskova in the previous round. So the final should be a fantastic spectacular between two young players who are in a fearless mode at the moment. There has only been the one previous clash between the two players and that was a couple of years ago in Miami, with Stephens winning that tussle in straight sets early in the tournament. There is a price of 6/4 at bet365 on the game going over 2.5 sets which looks tremendous value for the match. Based on what the two of them produced in their respective semi finals, it is Keys who gets the nod for us in this all-American showdown. She looks phenomenal against Vandeweghe and while Stephens faced the tougher semi final opponent, that may work against her in terms of the extra energy and emotional energy she had to put into that to get through. Keys looks the sharper of the two and can attack the serve of Stephens and a Keys 2-1 victory in the set betting at bet365 fetches a good price of 11/4. Online betting site Bet365 run a great tennis accumulator bonus where you can earn a bonus of up to 50% on accumulator wins. This offer applies to winnings on pre-match accumulators of 2 or more selections on To Win Match, First Set Winner and Set Betting markets for Singles and Doubles matches from any Grand Slam, ATP, WTA or Challenger Tour event, as well as Singles and Doubles matches from the Davis Cup, Fed Cup and Hopman Cup. The maximum bonus that you can receive is ÂŁ100,000. Register an account with online betting site Bet365 and earn a 100% matched deposit bonus as a welcome offer.
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Rafael Nadal v Juan Martin del Potro US Open Tennis Betting Odds & Preview

Rafael Nadal (Spain)
As expected, Rafael Nadal made pretty light work of his quarter final duel with youngster Andrey Rublev. It only took the Spaniard an hour and 37 minutes to crush his 19-year-old opponent and the gulf in class between the two was evident right from the off. There was much expectation that for the first time ever, we would get to see a Rafael Nadal v Roger Federer clash at the US Open in the semi finals this year, but instead, Nadal will meet Juan Martin del Potro, who stunned Federer in four sets in their quarter final battle. Federer hadn’t quite looked his sharpest throughout the tournament and he struggled to keep pace with the big-hitting Del Potro in their final eight duel. Del Potro got the first set on the board and after Federer had fought back to level the match in the second, there was a pivotal moment in the third set tie break when Federer wasted chances in the tie break to take the advantage of the match, but when Argentine Del Potro got his chance, he took it. Nadal is 2/5 odds-on favourite at bet365 to move through to the final from this match, with Del Potro at 13/5. It’s been a tremendous run from Del Potro, who has suffered through illness to come through some big matches. He is a former US Open winner from back in 2009 and with having had four surgeries on his hand since then, it has been a long way back for him. The victory over Federer came just 48 hours after his epic fourth round win over Dominic Thiem with him having saved two match points in the fourth set to fight back for the victory. So now we have a Nadal v Del Potro showdown and many punters will be expecting the winner of this semi final to go on and lift the title. These two last met at the 2016 Rio Olympics, with Del Potro winning in three. The Argentine has won the last two meetings with Nadal. But it is the Spaniard who is 8-5 up in the overall head to head. They have met at the US Open before, back in the 2009 title run for Delpo after beating Nadal in the semi finals. They have met once at Wimbledon and once at the French Open in their other Grand Slam clashes and Nadal won both of those. From previous hard court meetings, Delpo has won 5 of the nine clashes with Nadal on the surface. This may well be a battle that goes on and on, but Nadal 3-1 in set betting looks good value at 11/4 with bet365. Del Potro has put in much heavier work during the tournament than Nadal has, will that catch up with him? Online betting site Bet365 run a great tennis accumulator bonus where you can earn a bonus of up to 50% on accumulator wins. This offer applies to winnings on pre-match accumulators of 2 or more selections on To Win Match, First Set Winner and Set Betting markets for Singles and Doubles matches from any Grand Slam, ATP, WTA or Challenger Tour event, as well as Singles and Doubles matches from the Davis Cup, Fed Cup and Hopman Cup. The maximum bonus that you can receive is £100,000. Register an account with online betting site Bet365 and earn a 100% matched deposit bonus as a welcome offer.
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Kevin Anderson v Pablo Carreno-Busta US OPen Semi Final Tennis betting odds

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What a surprise semi final line up we have in this one. You won’t have found many punters picking either of these to be at this stage of proceedings ahead of the tournament. Spain’s Carreno Busta has had a great campaign, having dropped just the one set on his way to the semi finals. He powered his way comfortable past Diego Schwartzman in the quarter finals in straight sets and looks pumped up and full of energy. The 26-year-old has no track record at the US Open which hinted that he would get this far, never before having been past the third round. But earlier this year he did make it the quarterfinals of the French Open which was, until now, his best ever run in a Grand Slam. So he has already gone one better and he is going into his one as they heavy 2/1 underdog at bet365 and that will be based on his former defeats at the hands of Anderson. South Africa’s Kevin Anderson’s two wins from two meetings with Carreno-Busta happened in Casablanca back in 2013 and this year at the ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Canada, which was on the hard court. But Anderson is ranked 13 places beneath Carreno-Busta in the world rankings at the moment and he hasn’t won an ATP title this year, whereas the Spaniard has. Carreno-Busta went to the US Open with a 30-18 season win/loss record, while Anderson had a 23/15 record. Anderson is 2/5 odds at bet365 to win this duel, but the South African has no prior Grand Slam form to speak off. He has been past the fourth round just once before in his career which was at the US Open two years ago. This is a player, who has never made it past the quarter finals of an ATP Masters Series tournament either so for him to be such a short price is a bit surprising. He won his first three matches without dropping a set but was taken to four in the fourth round against Paolo Lorenzi and then had an epic duel with American Sam Querrey in the quarters. Anderson took down Querrey in a late show in New York with a 3-1 set victory but three of the four sets played were settled only by a tie break. That was some match, but Anderson held his nerve but you have to feel that that may have taken something out of him and Carreno-Busta will have had more of a rest. At this stage of the game, there is nothing wrong with backing the younger Spaniard to make a go at this. Anderson is more experienced, but this is uncharted territory for him as well and Carreno-Busta 3-1 in set betting for a price of 13/2 with bet365 screams value. Online betting site Bet365 run a great tennis accumulator bonus where you can earn a bonus of up to 50% on accumulator wins. This offer applies to winnings on pre-match accumulators of 2 or more selections on To Win Match, First Set Winner and Set Betting markets for Singles and Doubles matches from any Grand Slam, ATP, WTA or Challenger Tour event, as well as Singles and Doubles matches from the Davis Cup, Fed Cup and Hopman Cup. The maximum bonus that you can receive is £100,000. Register an account with online betting site Bet365 and earn a 100% matched deposit bonus as a welcome offer.
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Venus Williams v Sloane Stephens US Open Semi Final Tennis Betting Odds

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Venus Williams produced an epic showing to get past Petra Kvitova in the quarter finals of the US Open this week. Veteran Williams was the slower starter of the two but managed to turn around the first set as Kvitova struggled to find her range. It was a different story in the second with Kvitova taking the set and looking the stronger of the two. But Williams wouldn’t lie down and took the match in a final set tie break. The crowd probably played its part too with heavy support for Williams, especially as she suffered a break early in the deciding set. So now she goes into battle with fellow American Sloane Stephens for a place in the final of the US Open. If Venus makes it, it will be the third Grand Slam final of the year and the last time she achieved that was back in 2002. The last Grand Slam title win for Williams was at Wimbledon 2008 and her two US Open titles were won back to back in 2000 and 2001. She is probably going to have another epic scrape on her hands against Stephens who battled her way to the final four with a three set victory over Anastasija Sevastova. She has been taken to three sets in three of her five matches at Flushing Meadows this season so it is worth looking at three sets for a price of 11/8 with bet365. Stephens goes as the 13/10 underdog at bet365 to produce the win, with Williams trading at 8/13 odds-on. This will be just the third match between the two Americans. The first of those was in Miami back in 2013 which Stephens won and then again the underdog triumphed when they met at the France Open in the first round of the 2015 edition. Neither player has won a WTA title this year and for Stephens, this has been something of a remarkable run because she had foot surgery in January and only started her comeback at Wimbledon where she lost in the first round. Stephens has never been beyond the fourth round at the US Open before so her being in the final four is a huge surprise. Her best ever run in a Grand Slam prior to this was a semi final loss at the Australian Open back in 2013. She hadn’t been past the fourth round of any of the last 13 Grand Slam appearances before Flushing Meadows this year. Can she pull off the win though? Remarkably Williams just wouldn’t tire against Kvitova but that enduring game in the last round has to have taken something out of her and while she was challenged on her serve a lot by Kvitova, the veteran goes as favourite here and a Williams 2- result in set betting at bet365 returns a price of 3/1 which looks great. Online betting site Bet365 run a great tennis accumulator bonus where you can earn a bonus of up to 50% on accumulator wins. This offer applies to winnings on pre-match accumulators of 2 or more selections on To Win Match, First Set Winner and Set Betting markets for Singles and Doubles matches from any Grand Slam, ATP, WTA or Challenger Tour event, as well as Singles and Doubles matches from the Davis Cup, Fed Cup and Hopman Cup. The maximum bonus that you can receive is £100,000. Register an account with online betting site Bet365 and earn a 100% matched deposit bonus as a welcome offer.
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Boylesports offer US Open Tennis Double Winnings

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You know that it is going to happen at some point in the tournament at the US Open 2017. You will have made your match selection and then you are going to be made to sweat because that player happens to lose the first set before pulling off a big recovery to put the win on the board. With so many matches to come from Flushing Meadows at the US Open, the final Grand Slam of the season, then there is plenty of betting to get stuck into. Will Roger Federer be able to continue his tremendous season by adding a third Grand Slam title to the trophy cabinet? Will the in-form Nadal be able to steal it away from under his nose? Get Double Winnings as a free bet at Boylesports if your player loses the 1st Set and wins the match. There is a maximum stake of £20 per customer and a maximum bonus of £500 free bet per customer. The offer applies to all US Open Men’s Singles Matches and is on winning pre-match single bets on Match Betting market only. One qualifying bet per customer (first bet placed on match). Your selection must lose the first set but win the match. Initial stake and returns will be paid out in cash with the winnings doubled as a free bet. Register an account with Boylesports and place a bet of £10 or more at odds of EVENS (2.0) or greater, and receive £30 in FREE BETS.
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US Open Men’s Singles Offer at Paddy Power 2 Up – You Win

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Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal are the only two of the big four in tennis to be making their way into the main draw of the US Open. Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray have had to pull out because of injury and joining them on the sidelines is the current US Open champion Stan Wawrinka. So the talent at the top in the men’s draw is a little thin on the ground. Will Nadal add to his French Open title this year? Will Federer claim his third Slam of the season? Or will one of the challengers like Alexander Zverev or Grigor Dimitrov land their first Slam title? There is some big tennis action to come from Flushing Meadows over the next fortnight and Paddy Power have a great US Open tennis betting offer going. Back a match winner in any US Open Men's Singles match and your bet will be paid out in full if your selection is winning by 2 sets, regardless if the selection goes on to win the match or not. Applies to all US Open Men's Singles matches from Monday, August 28th to Sunday, September 10th. Your bet will be paid out in full if your selection is winning by 2 sets in the match regardless if your selection goes on to lose. If your selection is leading by two sets and goes on to win the match your bet will not be paid as a winner twice. When you partially Cash Out a bet; the remaining part of your stake will be treated as a live bet and will be considered a stake in the same way as a regular single bet. Paddy Power also run weekly tennis loyalty offers where you get a free bet based on the value of your average stake if you make 50 bets on tennis in a week. They also give a FREE BET back to the value of your stake if your selection in a match retires after the first set of the match and that applies to all ATP, WTA and Grand Slam matches. Register an account with online betting site Paddy Power and earn up to £30 worth of free bets as a welcome bonus from them. Plus you can also join the VIPP Club as well. Each week place 5 bets of £10 or more and get a £10 bet for the following week. To register for the weekly free bet, log in with your new or existing Paddy Power account and opt into the promotion.
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Ladbrokes offer US Open Money Back Special

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So there is two big weeks of tennis coming up then from Flushing Meadows as the US Open is underway. The men’s draw has been decimated by the withdrawals of Andy Murray, Novak Djokovic and the reigning champion Stan Wawrinka. Victoria Azarenka and Serena Williams are the notable absentees from the women’s draw and seventh seed Jo Konta fell at the first hurdle. But what that means is that we could be in for some really wide open action from both draws this season. So the final Grand Slam of the season is here and Ladbrokes have a great Money Back Special for the tournament which focuses on Set 1 Correct Score betting. At Ladbrokes Get Money Back as a free bet on losing first set correct scores at the US Open. It is simple to get a piece of this action as well because you just place a single bet on the Set 1 Correct Score on the opening match played on the Arthur Ashe Court (each day session) and if your bet loses Ladbrokes will refund your stake as a free bet up to £10 The offer will be available from 6 am each day of the event and this specifically applies to a Set 1 Correct Score bet in the first match of each day session on the Arthur Ashe Court. Both new and existing customers can take advantage of this and the offer applies to single bets only. It applies to pre-match bets only as well. Register an account with online betting site Ladbrokes and earn a free £50 bet as a welcome bonus from them. Just follow our links to get signed up and then after making your initial deposit, place your first stake on the new account and the bookmaker will match the value of it up to the maximum value of a £50 free bet. Just register using the promo code F50 and there is a limit of one free bet per customer.
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Simona Halep v Maria Sharapova US Open Tennis odds

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Simona Halep v Maria Sharapova is the most talked about match in the first round of the US Open. What a stunning, high profile showdown you have to look forward too in this one. Halep is 4/9 odds on favourite at bet365 to land the win in the match and march on in what is a pretty tough quarter which also contains outright third-favourite Johanna Konta who could be waiting for a quarter final showdown.

Simona Halep v Maria Sharapova US Open Tennis odds

Simona Halep 4/9, Maria Sharapova 7/4 This is Maria Sharapova’s first Grand Slam campaign since coming back from her ban. She has played four tournaments since her comeback but from a decent a run to the quarter finals of Stuttgart on clay, she has produced nothing of note. She has just the one hard court game under belt this season which was a first round win over Jennifer Brady in Stanford which took Sharapova three sets to pull of before withdrawing. But she has a 6-0 head to head record against Halep. The last time that Halep and Sharapova met was in the WTA Finals back in 2015 which, of course, Sharapova won. This will be the first meeting between the two at the US Open and only the second Grand Slam match up after their clash in the final of the 2014 French Open when the Russian had to dig pretty deep in the final set to hold off Halep. What is Sharapova's fitness going to be like? How match sharp is she going to be? There are questions over Halep’s mental strength and we have seen that again this year in losing the French Open final against Jelena Ostapenko and then in the quarter finals of Wimbledon to Jo Konta when Halep just couldn’t close out the second set and couldn’t hold herself together in the decider. Her Australian Open campaign this year ended in a first round loss. But Halep has been the far busier of the two in the build up and is carrying form. Halep lost a semi final duel with Elina Svitolina in Toronto at the Rogers Cup and then immediately turned around and won Cincinnati where she saw off Johanna Konta in the quarter finals before taking down US Open outright favourite Garbine Muguruza in the final itself. So maybe she is just peaking for this hard court challenge and is carrying the form to pull this off. This is a huge match for Halep, because if she gets through this, then just imagine what that will do for her mental fortitude going forward. This is a massive early test but Halep can pull it off. Online betting site Bet365 run a great tennis accumulator bonus where you can earn a bonus of up to 50% on accumulator wins. This offer applies to winnings on pre-match accumulators of 2 or more selections on To Win Match, First Set Winner and Set Betting markets for Singles and Doubles matches from any Grand Slam, ATP, WTA or Challenger Tour event, as well as Singles and Doubles matches from the Davis Cup, Fed Cup and Hopman Cup. The maximum bonus that you can receive is £100,000. Register an account with online betting site Bet365 and earn a 100% matched deposit bonus as a welcome offer.
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US Open Betting 2017 Women – Winner Odds & Predictions

Tennis Betting
The field for the women’s US Open draw looks pretty evenly matched when you scan down the list of the main contenders. So the draw becomes all important here for your US Open tennis betting because that will be the thing which really is going to have a huge bearing on your picks here. For example, if you were thinking about backing Simona Halep or perhaps Maria Sharapova, then you are in a tough opener because they have been paired up in the highlight of the first round draw. That’s because Sharapova comes in as a wildcard for the tournament and created this heavyweight clash that neither of them will have wanted here. But on the up side of that, the winner of that one should have a pretty clear run to the fourth round, so there is value in taking a stab on one of them to actually go deep into the tournament. The big first round match coming out of the draw didn’t really have a huge effect on the post-draw odds at the US Open betting and just to add extra confusion into things, Jo Konta could be waiting down the line in that fourth quarter of the bracket as well. As cliched as it gets, the women’s draw is wide open and you are looking some big odds, even on the short priced front runner for the Flushing Meadows action. Here we will try and break it all down to see where the value lies.

US Open Betting 2017 Women Odds

Garbine Muguruza 4/1, Karolina Pliskova 13/2, Elina Svitolina 10/1, Jo Konta 11/1, Simona Halep 11/1, Madison keys 14/1, Angelique Kerber 20/1, venus Williams 20/1, Caroline Wozniacki 20/1, Maria Sharapova 22/1, Jelena Ostapenko 25/1, Coco Vandeweghe 25/1, petra Kvitova 28/1, Sloane Stephens 28/1, bar 40/1

US Open Betting 2017 Women Promotion

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1st Quarter Winner Preview

Karolina Pliskova 2/1, Coco Vandeweghe 8/1, Agnieszka Radwanska 8/1, Svetlana Kuznetsova 10/1, bar 12/1 World number one Pliskova will be very happy with this draw. She was a runner up at last year’s US Open of course and she gets some easy games to open with back in New York. What that should allow her to do is just easier herself into the event nicely and get through the first week without breaking too much of a sweat and over-exerting herself. That’s a solid 2/1 at bet365 on her to win this quarter and it’s hard to really pull out a strong competitor. It’s a cruise to the fourth round of Pliskova and then naturally it gets tougher, of the contenders, Vandeweghe in front of her home support is more than capable of getting close.

2nd Quarter Winner Preview

Elina Svitolina 5/2, Madison Keys 9/2, Angelique Kerber 7/1, Jelena Ostapenko 9/1, Anastasia Pavlyukova 14/1, bar 16/1 This is a tricky second quarter here although Svitolina is the favourite to win it outright and she’s not unappealing. Fortunately for her she really avoids most of the real dangers in the draw. There could be a second round match against Eugenie Bouchard, but that should be pretty easy for Svitolina to handle, given her recent form at the Rogers Cup and perhaps Daria Gavrilova in the third round could be one of those tricky competitors. It’s nothing that Svitolina should be sweating over but the a fourth round match against Madison Keys may be her big test. So then you have Ostapenko, Pavlyuchenkova and Kerber and young Daria Kasatkina all smacking around for supremacy in the other half of the second quarter. That’s a tough section to touch.

3rd Quarter Winner Preview

Garbine Muguruza 6/4, Caroline Wozniacki 6/1, Venus Williams 7/1, Petra Kvitova 9/1, bar 20/1 A pretty stacked quarter here with tournament outright favourite Muguruza at 6/4 with bet365 to win it. That’s a short price on the Spaniard who really doesn't have a tremendous, world-beating game on the hard courts at all, despite a recent decent showing in Cincinnati. Fortunately for her, and this is important, is that William and Kvitova aren’t likely to be major threats going into the second week which will help the Spaniard out, which leaves Caroline Wozniacki. The Dane reached the finals of the Rogers Cup recently, a very good run and although she was torn apart by Svitolina in the final, it suggests a bit of form on the hard court and not terrible value to win this quarter to oppose Muguruza with.

4th Quarter Winner Preview

Jo Konta 7/2, Simona Halep 10/3, Sloane Stephens, Maria Sharapova 8/1, Dominika Cibulkova 14/1, Ashleigh Barty 16/1, Shuai Peng 16/1, bar 22/1. Where do you start with this one? This isn’t the greatest draw for Konta, but then again you look at everyone in contention in this quarter and there isn’t a better hard court player there than Konta. Her big tough challenge could be in Sloane Stephens in the fourth round. But Konta avoids the Sharapova/Halep winner until the quarter finals. Konta has a bit of prior with Halep this season, beating her in the quarter finals of Wimbledon, but she lost in the quarters of Cincinnati against her recently in two very tight sets. If that comes down to a mental battle on the big stage, then you would have to favour Konta in that one. Halep’s mental fortitude, which fairly is questionable after her missed chances at winning a Grand Slam this year, will have to be on point out of the gate against Sharapova. We are going to stick with Konta here simply because she has the hard court data to back her up, plus Halep is a bit flaky and Sharapova is just such a big unknown in this.

Outright Winner Preview

The playing field is so level in this one, but it should make for a great tournament and don’t be surprised to see early big guns fall in this one because there are a lot of good young players around like Ana Konjuh, Ashleigh Barty, Daria Gavrilova, Jelena Ostapenko, Daria Kasatkina and Katerina Siniakova which are some to watch out for. Of course, there is a high focus on that Halep v Sharapova match up. But both are worth looking past in terms of the outright winner. Time and time again Halep has fallen short because of what appears to be a lack of mental strength when the pressure is on and there has to be question marks over Sharapova's fitness and match sharpness. Muguruza isn’t worth the short price because of her lack of threat on the hard court so out of the front runners it’s easier to hone in on Konta, Svitolina and Pliskova. Svitolina is a future champion, no doubt, but right now with the edge in form, favouritism goes to Pliskova with a good back up bet on Konta.
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Bet365 Tennis Acca Bonuses at US Open 2017

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The US Open 2017 will round off the tennis Grand Slam season and the fields for both of the draws could end up being pretty wide open. The men’s draw are missing key names in Novak Djokovic and the reigning US Open champion Stan Wawrinka, while the are fitness concerns over Andy Murray, Roger Federer, Marin Cilic and Milos Raonic with the latter three all having to pull out of Cincinnati, the final big warm up tournament in the US Open Series. So will Rafael Nadal, who is the only one of the big four to have remained fit all year, storm his way to success or will young Alexander Zverev make a big run to the title having beaten Federer in the final of the Rogers Cup recently?

US Open Winner Odds

Roger Federer 11/8, Rafael Nadal 5/2, Alexander Zverev 7/1, Andy Murray 13/2, Nick Kyrgios 14/1, Marin Cilic 14/1, Grigor Dimitrov 16/1, Dominic Thiem 20/1, Milos Raonic 20/1, Juan Martin del Potro 20/1 The women’s draw is even more wide open with Garbine Muguruza going is as narrow favourite ahead of Karolina Pliskova. Two notable names that are missing from the women's draw are Serena Williams and Victoria Azarenka. You have so many evenly matched players at the head of the market, it is a tough call on the women’s side of things. Britain’s Johanna Konta is right in there at a price of 10/11 with ebt365 to win the tournament, with only three players in at a shorter price then her in the market. This really could be a wonderful, fascinating tournament at Flushing Meadows.

Women’s US Open Winner Odds

Garbine Muguruza 9/2, Karolina Pliskova 7/1, Simona Halep 9/1, Johanna Konta 10/1, Elina Svitolina 10/1, Madison Keys 14/1, Maria Sharapova 14/1, Venus Williams 16/1, Angelique Kerber 16/1, Petra Kvitova 20/1, Caroline Wozniacki 20/1, Jelena Ostapenko 20/1, Coco Vandeweghe 20/1.

US Open Promotion

With so much great tennis betting coming from New York over the two weeks, why not take advantage of one of the best tennis betting offers that are out there? Online betting site Bet365 run a great tennis accumulator bonus where you can earn a bonus of up to 50% on accumulator wins on your betting, and this applies to all matches at the US Open 2017. This offer applies to winnings on pre-match accumulators of 2 or more selections on To Win Match, First Set Winner and Set Betting markets for Singles and Doubles matches from any Grand Slam, ATP, WTA or Challenger Tour event, as well as Singles and Doubles matches from the Davis Cup, Fed Cup and Hopman Cup. The maximum bonus that you can receive is ÂŁ100,000. Register an account with online betting site Bet365 and earn a 100% matched deposit bonus as a welcome offer.
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