2014 US Open Betting Odds

The US Open is the only major left in the 2014 season, and it seems as it will go between the World’s best once again without many surprises. This time the prize money will go up to $38 million, and the tournament will be played USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center from August 25th to September 7th.

us_openThe US Open is the only major left in the 2014 season, and it seems as it will go between the World’s best once again without many surprises. This time the prize money will go up to $38 million, and the tournament will be played USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center from August 25th to September 7th.

Novak Djokovic, recent winner in Wimbledon, is listed +170 to win at the US Open.  Nole is one of the most complete players in the World and the previous year he won in England, ended up also winning in New York.

“You know going into a match with Novak, it’s always going to be tough,” Roger Federer said about getting beat by Nole in Wimbledon final. “Sometimes rough physically, because we play athletic points. I can only say congratulations today.”

Rafael Nadal is the second-favorite and current Champion of the US Open, listed +250 to repeat his 2013 performance.  Nadal looked bad in Wimbledon, just like a year ago, but the weeks of rest will only allow him to be at his best when the last Open arrives late in August.

Andy Murray is +350 in the tennis odds, but since he won Wimbledon a season ago he hasn’t been the same; he doesn’t have the same poise and perhaps have forgotten his best version.

Roger Federer is +700, which is awfully high for who is arguably the best player in tennis history, but the number allows you to understand where he is on his career, and how hard winning a major has become for him.

Frank Lorenzo

MTS co-founder Frank “Let It Ride” Lorenzo has been betting on sports since he was legally allowed to do so. (Did he do so before then, too? No comment.) He enjoys very strong coffee, neon lights, and passing on his wealth of betting knowledge to anyone who will listen.

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