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2015 US Open Tennis Betting Tips PT 1

Things are definitely starting to get interesting over in Flushing Meadows in Queens, New York just a quick trip across (or under) the east river from New York City. The US Open is always a fascinating tennis tournament and this year promises to be in a similar vein thanks to all of the action and excitement we have come to expect from the globe's top tennis contenders.


As many would initially suspect we have a lot of the usual suspects lined up for a go at things here and you can also assume that there is a few really solid opportunities to make money – not just in the match betting but in the outright tournament betting as well.

It probably goes without saying that current world #1 ranked champion Novak Djokovic is trading as the outright favourite to win the Men's US Open Singles Tournament and the best price you'll find on the Serbian sensation is an 11/10 price right now.

There are a number of other top outfits with prices of even money but you'll find the majority going into 10/11 and even 5/6 on him to emerge the winner of the 2015 US Open Championships. With the type of dominance we have seen from him over the past few seasons – coupled with the significant decline of Rafa Nadal – his hammerlock on a number of these big tournaments has gotten even stronger lately.

Following Djokovic you'll find the likes of Roger Federer trading as high as a 3/1 margin for the outright score here while a 5/2 price – or even an 11/4 – seem even more common amongst the top continental bookmakers. The Swiss Master has really been able to use the past couple of tournaments to indicate why it's not worth counting him out just yet – and that he will probably be hanging around tennis' upper echelons for quite some time yet to come.

Look for him to make it all the way to the final and wind up facing off against Novak Djokovic specifically with a 13/8 margin being floated by several bookmakers for that favourite men's final clash.  

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