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US Open Tennis Odds

US Open Tennis Odds

Roger Federer won the US Open in five consecutive years from 2004 to 2008

Flushing Meadows may not be the most attractive of tournament titles but each year the US Open attracts the world’s best tennis players for the fourth and final Grand Slam tournament of the season. First played back in 1881 as the United States National Championship, it wasn’t until 1968 did the Open era begin and New York’s West Side Tennis Club hosted the US Open for the first time.

US Open tennis odds with Ladbrokes

Since the turn of the Open era, the home crowd has witnessed favourites such as Arthur Ashe, Stan Smith, Jimmy Connors, John McEnroe, Pete Sampras and Andre Agassi all lift the US Open trophy. But not since Andy Roddick in 2003 has an American won the men’s singles at Flushing Meadows and punters looking to place a US Open tennis bet should study the Europeans in the US Open tennis odds.

The women’s game has always been good to the American’s looking for a home favourite with the likes of Serena and Venus Williams, Lindsay Davenport and Martina Navratilova lifting the title over the years. The women’s US Open tennis odds are always a lot more open than the men’s with no single player dominating the game, and there is always plenty of value to be had betting on the women’s US Open tennis odds.

Bet on the US Open with Ladbrokes

In 2005 the courts at Flushing Meadows were given blue inner courts to make it easier to see on television, and with every court adorned with floodlights, play can go on long into the night. The American networks now cover the US Open throughout the prime time slows and the high television ratings make it a huge betting event. The US Open tennis odds are some of the most competitive of the season and Ladbrokes.com offer odds on a number of US Open tennis betting markets.

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