Mardy Fish Odds
Mardy Fish has steadily climbed the men’s world rankings since turning professional in 2000.
He replaced Andy Roddick as the American No.1 in April 2011, although he himself has now been overhauled by John Isner, and arguably reached the peak of his career to date in 2010 and 2011 when he reached seven ATP World Tour Finals, winning three of them.
He is also an excellent doubles player and Mardy Fish odds are always worth backing in doubles tournaments in the USA, as all of his titles have come on home soil and five of those eight titles were on hard courts.
Mardy Fish odds are longer at the French Open
Fish has the longest odds when on clay as the surface is less suited to his style than others.
The surface reduces the power of his big serve and he is unable to get into the net as often as he would like to.
He reached the third round of the 2011 French Open and that is his best achievement to date at Roland Garros.
With Fish approaching 30-years-old, it’s hard to see him improving on that record and the Mardy Fish odds at the French Open are sure to get longer.
The hard courts offer the best Mardy Fish odds
The majority of Fish’s ATP World Tour Titles have come on hard courts, and he has been a finalist at four Masters events in North America.
His success on home soil and on hard courts makes Fish a safe bet in the first week of the US Open so punters would be well advised to take advantage of his odds during this period.