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2012 US Open Men's Tournament Odds


Despite Andy Murray being tipped for an extremely strong showing in the 2012 US Open by two former Grand Slam winners, Novak Djokovic remains the outright betting favourite to take the title and continue what's been a very strong series of performances at the highest level for tennis' current reigning #1.


Andy Murray has been knocking on the door for quite some time and almost was able to get it done at the British Open before just falling a step short. A resurgent Roger Federer rolled back the years and channeled another impressive performance.

After a bit of an up-and-down outing in his first match of the tournament, Murray has progressed to the next stage and will be looking to gather momentum and put some of his mistakes behind him. Punters can find Andy Murray trading at around 9/2 with most major bookmakers.

With Rafa Nadal not in this tournament, Roger Federer is sitting as the solid second choice with a price of around 5/2 while Djokovic is trading at around 6/4 to sweep another grand slam. The bookmakers are incredibly confident that one of the "big 3" is going to take the US Open that they've trimmed the price down to a 1/6 listing for one of them to get the victory.

Anybody looking to back the field will find a price hovering around 5/1.

The bookmakers also favour a Djokovic vs Federer final with Djokovic at 2/5 to get to the final while Federer trades around 4/5. Andy Murray is a tempting 8/5 to make it to the final - that's actually not a bad option for those who think it's going to be yet another there-or-thereabouts performance from the Scotsman. The closest competitor to the Big 3 is Juan Martin Del Potro who is available at a 5/1 price to make the final and a hefty 17/1 to get the victory.

Should the winner of the 2012 US Open be a 1st-time winner of the tournament, punters are looking at a 2/1 price tag.  

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