U.S. Open Men's Odds

The 2009 U.S. Open tennis tournament kicks off Monday, Aug. 31 and Roger Federer has opened as the favorite to take the final grand slam championship of the season.

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Oddsmakers from online sports book SPORTSBETTING.com has made Federer an 11/10 favorite to win. Other short odds to win are Andy Murray (5/2), Rafael Nadal (7/2), and Andy Roddick (5/1).

Federer has won the past five U.S. Open championships, defeating Murray and Roddick in past finals. Federer is coming off the French Open and Wimbledon championships.

Murray lost in three sets to Federer in the 2008 U.S. Open, which was his first grand slam championship finals appearance in his career.

Nadal is returning from injury which kept him out of Wimbledon. Nadal is a six-time grand slam championship winner, but has never won the U.S. Open.

Roddick won the 2003 U.S. Open, his lone grand slam championship, but his five-set loss in the Wimbledon finals showed signs that he may be playing the best tennis of his career.

The U.S. Open tennis tournament will start on Monday, Aug. 31 and run through Sunday, Sept. 13. The tournament takes place in Flushing Meadows, N.Y. For complete odds on the men’s tournament, see below.

Mens 2009 U.S. Open Odds to Win – Aug. 31-Sept. 13 – Flushing Meadows, N.Y.

Roger Federer 11/10    

Andy Murray 5/2    

Rafael Nadal 7/2    

Andy Roddick 5/1    

Novak Djokovic 15/2    

Juan Martin Del Potro 8/1    

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga 18/1    

Fernando Verdasco 33/1    

Fernando Gonzalez 40/1    

Robin Soderling 50/1    

Nikolay Davydenko 50/1    

Marin Cilic 66/1    

Tommy Haas 66/1    

Richard Gasquet 80/1    

Gilles Simon 80/1    

James Blake 100/1    

Sam Querrey 100/1    

Ernests Gulbis 100/1    

David Ferrer 100/1    

Tomas Berdych 100/1    

Lleyton Hewitt 100/1    

Stanislas Wawrinka 100/1    

Gael Monfils 100/1    

Marat Safin 125/1    

Ivo Karlovic 125/1    

Janko Tipsarevic 125/1    

Marcos Bagdatis 125/1    

Field (Any Other Player) 12/1

Bet on 2009 U.S. Open

Posted: 8/30/09 7:52PM ET

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