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2015 US Open Tennis Betting Tips PT 2

It's also worth keeping your eyes peeled on Andy Murray here as he has shown in the past that he is more than capable of winning a major championship when he is genuinely on his game. While it's always tough to a genuinely fair price on Andy Murray when you are staking your wager in England or Scotland, it's worth remembering that he has done well here in the past and could be set to at least make the final – which brings in the idea of an each-way wager despite the relatively short price being offered on him right now.


Look for Andy Murray as he trades anywhere from 5/1 all the way down to a 4/1 margin with the majority of bookmakers floating him at a 9/2 margin at the time of this writing. Murray is best when he tends to start a tournament in dominant fashion and it's going to be interesting to see if he can kick that off here and then continue to sustain that momentum once he starts battling it out amongst the tougher contenders here.

The odds take a big jump as we get towards the likes of Stan Wawrinka who has been lenghthened out to a margin of around 11/1 as his shortest price with many other bookmakers now offering up price tags of about 14/1 or even 16/1 at the moment. He has been doing much better in recent tournaments and has now become a player who trades in the teens for an outright victory as opposed to hovering around the 50/1 or 66/1 range as he had done previously.

Rafael Nadal is an interesting story here with a few bookmakers still listing him as low as 13/1 to secure the US Open trophy – what a story that would be. But the fact remains that the vast majority continue to list him much higher than that – some putting him as high as a 28/1 margin for the outright victory. It's testament to just how off his game he really is as he has traded as the second favourite to win tournaments like this for several years now.

Marin Cilic can be backed anywhere from 25/1 all the way to a 50/1 margin (which makes him interesting on the each-way for the 50/1 wager) while Jo-Wilfried Tsonga can be backed at either 25/1 or as high as 66/1/  

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