U.S. Open Men's Odds

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NEW YORK (TheSpread) – The final grand slam event of the tennis year is the 2012 U.S. Open. Here is a look at the odds to win this year’s men’s singles title.

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According to oddsmakers, Novak Djokovic is the favorite to win this grand slam event, as he has odds of 3/2 to win. Other short odds to win are Roger Federer (5/2) and Andy Murray (4/1). Rafael Nadal, the 2010 champion and last year’s runner up, will not compete due to injury.

Djokovic is the defending champion of the U.S. Open and he has reached the finals three of the last five times. Djokovic has won four of the last seven grand slam events and reached at least the semifinals in his last nine grand slam events.

Federer won the U.S. Open five years in a row from 2004-08. He has bowed out in the semifinals the last two year. He is coming off a win at Wimbledon. But that was his first grand slam victory since 2010.

Murray has yet to win a grand slam event in his career, but he did just win the Olympic Gold Medal in London, beating Djokovic and Federer in the process. Murray has reached the semifinals in six of the last seven grand slam events, but appeared in just one U.S. Open finals in seven attempts.

The 2012 U.S. Open Championships take place from August 27 to September 9 from the Flushing Meadows in New York City. For complete odds to win the men’s single title, see below.

Men's 2012 U.S. Open Odds to Win – Aug. 27-Sept. 9 – New York

Novak Djokovic 3/2 

Roger Federer 5/2 

Andrew Murray 4/1 

Juan Martin Del Potro 10/1 

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 28/1   

John Isner 50/1 

Milos Raonic 50/1   

David Ferrer 50/1

Tomas Berdych 66/1 

Bernard Tomic 80/1

Andy Roddick 100/1

Mardy Fish 100/1 

Marin Cilic 150/1 

Gael Monfils 150/1 

Richard Gasquet 150/1

Janko Tipsarevic 150/1 

David Nalbandian 150/1

Fernando Verdasco 150/1  

Alexandr Dolgopolov 200/1 

Stanislas Wawrinka 200/1 

Gilles Simon 200/1  

Feliciano Lopez 200/1 

Marcos Baghdatis 200/1

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