U.S. Open Men's Odds


FLUSHING MEADOWS, NY (TheSpread) – The 2013 U.S. Open is the final grand slam tennis event of the year. Here’s a look at the odds to win the men’s singles title.

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According to oddsmakers at Bovada.lv, Novak Djokovic is the favorite to win this tournament, as he has 37/20 odds. Other short odds to win are Rafael Nadal (11/4), Andy Murray (3/1) and Juan Martin Del Potro (10/1).

Djokovic won this event back in 2011. He has reached the finals the last three years and has a total of six grand slam titles to his credit. Djokovic has reached at least the semifinals in his last 13 grand slam events.

Nadal won this tournament in 2010. He was unable to play in last year’s tournament. He is a 12-time grand slam champion but has only reached the finals in one of his last three grand slam events.

Murray is the defending champion of this event. His win a year ago was his first grand slam championship. He has since won Wimbledon in his home country of England. Murray has reached the finals in his last four grand slam events.

Del Potro won this tournament back in 2009. It is his only grand slam championship. He has not reached the finals of another grand slam event since winning the U.S. Open.

Bet on U.S. Open Odds

The U.S. Open will take place from Aug. 26-Sept. 9 from the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows, New York. For complete odds to win the Men’s U.S. Open Title, see below

Odds to win the Men’s 2013 U.S. Open

Novak Djokovic 37/20 

Rafael Nadal 11/4 

Andy Murray 3/1 

Juan Martin Del Potro 10/1 

Roger Federer 14/1 

John Isner 33/1 

Tomas Berdych 40/1 

David Ferrer 66/1 

Jerzy Janowicz 66/1 

Ernests Gulbis 100/1 

Grigor Dimitrov 100/1 

Milos Raonic 100/1 

Kei Nishikori 150/1 

Stanislas Wawrinka 150/1 

Tommy Haas 150/1 

Alexandr Dolgopolov 200/1 

Bernard Tomic 200/1 

Janko Tipsarevic 200/1 

Marcos Baghdatis 200/1 

Mardy Fish 200/1 

Richard Gasquet 200/1 

Sam Querrey 200/1 

Ryan Harrison 300/1

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