Quatro partidas de duplas e quatro de simples movimentam um dos mais tradicionais torneios do tênis desta quarta-feira, o US Open. Destaque para este dia são os jogos de Andry Murray e Serena Williams, que chegam como favoritos e pagam 14% e 25% de lucro respectivamente em suas vitórias, de acordo com estatísticas do Oddsshark.com/br.
Flushing Meadows has seen the usual suspects all make it through the first round and we have now been given some glorious props to bet on. I watched the market like a hawk for a bet other than the Outright Winner before the tournament began but I came up empty, empty and sad.
There looks to be a ton of value on every corner of the field here as it appears the reigning champ Novak Djokovic is dealing with an injury. He was on the brink of elimination in his Round 1 match and could be a candidate to get the early boot.
The 2016 US Open is just under a week away and futures for the final major of the year have been set. Notable changes to this year’s tournament include a retractable roof added to the main Arthur Ashe Stadium, the addition of a brand new 8000-seat grandstand stadium and a Roger Federer-free field for the first time since 1999.
As the fourth and final major tennis championship of the year, the US Open can be one of the most exciting event of the entire tennis calendar. If a player has successfully won the Australian and French Opens and Wimbledon, they are looking at the opportunity for a Grand Slam with the US Open. Unfortunately, we won’t see a Grand Slam winner in 2016, but the US Open will be an exciting betting event nonetheless.
For the second tournament in a row, seventh-ranked Milos Raonic and second-ranked Andy Murray will meet in the finals. Murray beat Raonic 6-7, 6-4, 6-3 in the final of the AEGON Championships, a Wimbledon warmup tournament, in their last meeting
Milos Raonic has two years of experience under his belt since his 2014 Wimbledon semifinal loss to the two-year-older Roger Federer. The two get set to square off in a rematch to decide one-half of the 2016 Wimbledon final.
Roger Federer could be in for a rematch of his 2014 Wimbledon semifinal with Milos Raonic if both men can move through their quarterfinal opponents. Rog will take on the ninth-seeded Croatian Marin Čilić in the quarters.
American Sam Querrey is coming off one of the biggest performances of his life in his upset over tournament favorite and world number-one ranked tennis player Novak Djokovic, and will have to follow that up in the Wimbledon quarterfinals against the sixth-seeded Canadian, Milos Raonic.
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