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We may still be trapping the traditional Wimbledon tennis finals but its time for players to move past the All England Club and get started putting their sights onto Flushing Meadows for its 2019 U.S. Open Tennis Championship, which begins on August 26??at new york.
Oddsmakers have not gone too far off the beaten path with their favorites to win the mens and womens draws at the U.S. Open as Novak Djokovic (+125) and Serena Williams (+350) are the chalk picks to emerge victorious.
These two were also tabbed as the faves in the past years edition of this tourney with Djokovic winning his next U.S. Open name while Serena dropped at the final to Naomi Osaka, whod 50-1 odds to win the championship before the start.
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Novak Djokovic is the clear-cut preferred to acquire the 2019 U.S. Open and also how hes been playing as the 2018 French Open, its hard to dispute that. He has won four of their previous five key championships (like the 2018 U.S. Open) plus hes played at the mens final at Flushing Meadows in seven of their last nine years. Additionally, it is worth noting that he didnt play 2017 due to injury.
Djokovic has been amazing. Since 2015, he is played six significant championships on difficult surface and won five of them, with his only loss coming into Stan Wawrinka at the 2016 U.S. Open final. Outside of Djokovic, there isnt really a case to be made but for the likes of Rafael Nadal or Roger Federer.
The two remaining players of these menstripod in Nadal and Federer faced each other at the Wimbledon semifinals, with Federer moving before falling to Djokovic in a five-hour final. Nadal (+400) is the only person besides Wawrinka who??can claim that he defeat the Joker on a hardcourt at a major, and Djokovic swept Nadal in straight sets at the Australian Open in January.
As for Federer (+500), ever since his elongate of domination from 2004 to 2008 when he won the U.S. Open every year, he hasnt fared well in Flushing Meadows. Since 2009, he has made two thirds and got bounced by John Millman this past year in the fourth round. I think Federer is not a terrific bet when playing the hardcourt and I would rather take a flyer on Juan Martin Del Potro (+2000) or even John Isner (+6600) compared to bank on Fed to win me cash.
Here are the complete gaming chances for the 2019 U.S. Open mens attraction:
Odds at August 12
Building a significant tennis closing would normally be the pinnacle of an average womens player but also for Serena Williams (+350), it is just another stepping stone in her pursuit of bliss. Williams fell short at Wimbledon for the second year and since the arrival of her child, it has been made by her but hasnt been able to close it out. Williams has been the favored in three of the previous four decades at the U.S. Open and only missed four in a row due to becoming a parent.
In the 2018 U.S. Open, Williams made it on the final but it turned into a debacle with the judge and she subsequently lost to Naomi Osaka (+700), whos third on the oddsboard and has been quite good on the hardcourt. On top of winning the U.S. Open in 2018, Osaka also won the Australian Open back in January.
Naomi Osaka are my pick to win the championship but banking on her could be tricky because repeat winners at the U.S. Open??are tough to find. Outside of Serena Williams winning three from 2012 to 2014, Flushing Meadows hasnt seen a participant win in years as Monica Seles at 1991-92.
There are a number of worthy contenders at the top of the listing such as Wimbledon winner Simona Halep (+700), French Open winner Ashleigh Barty (+1000) and??2017 U.S. Open winner Sloane Stephens (+1800) but it is such a crapshoot with womens tennis. You might be better off waiting until the closing and just taking the underdog, which is a technique that has worked in several of the five big womens tennis leagues.
Here are the complete gaming chances for the 2019 U.S. Open womens draw:
Curious at BetOnline at August 12

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