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Novak Djokovic remains the unsurprisingly prohibitive favourite as the 2012 US Open Men's Tournament begins to get to its business end. The round of 16 is finally upon us and there hasn't been too many dramatic changes or upsets at this point and we still have a very competitive race within the top 3.


Djokovic has been playing particularly well, but it's the second favourite who has become much more prominent in the wagering after living-legend Roger Federer didn't even have to play his way into the quarter-finals. He was due to face off against Mardy Fish, but the American withdrew prior to the match starting.

Fish had taken a few months off this year because of what doctors have declared an accelerated heartbeat. He is still recovering from a medical procedure at the start of the summer and it's probably for the best that he didn't line up. Federer will remain in good shape for this and you expect him to be particularly fresh for his face off against Tomas Berdych as both of them cast a leery eye towards the semi-finals.

Andy Murray holds steady as the third favourite in this one after he took care of Canadian Milos Raonic without facing a single break point. He is ready to roll against Marin Cilic on Wednesday and will go into that one as the firm favourite.

Murray has made a habit of reaching quarter-finals as this is his eighth consecutive qualification in a major championship.

As it currently stands, Djokovic can be backed at a slim 5/4 price, but you reckon that many of his fans will see that as a solid wager. There are still plenty of other competitors in the race for this tournament win but he is usually able to find another gear and he doesn't lose his nerve when playing in finals matches.

Roger Federer has been trimmed to 9/4 with most major bookmakers while Andy Murray continues to offer value to his fans at a 3/1 price – many observers have tipped him to make the final at the expense of Federer and he could finally be in the frame for his first major championship win.

Andy Roddick, playing in his last tournament, is still in the mix and trades at a 100/1 price. Juan Martin Del Potro is at 11/1, David Ferrer is at 40/1 alongside Tomas Berdych.  

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