U.S. Open Tennis Odds Update after Aussie Millman upsets Federer

US Open Tennis Odds Update

U.S. Open Tennis Odds Update after Aussie John Millman’s stunning upset over 20-time Grand-Slam Winner, Roger Federer

Men’s U.S. Open Winner

Players ladbrokes
Novak Djokovic
Rafael Nadal
Juan Martin Del Potro
Marin Cilic
Dominic Theim
John Isner
Kei Nishikori
John Millman

Best Bet – Wimbledon champion, Novak Djokovic at $2.25 to back-up by winning the U.S-Open-title, now that the draw has opened up after John Millman’s huge upset over the Swiss-great, Roger Federer.

 

Best Value Bet – Kei Nishikori has the game to win a major and plays a tired Marin Cilic in his next match. Outstanding value on Nishikori to win the U.S. Open at $26.00.

 

Most Patriotic Aussie Bet –

US Open Tennis Odds Update 2

Can John Millman become the first Aussie man to win in New York since Lleyton Hewitt in 2001?

The bookies doubt it. At $51.00, surely Millman is worth a patriotic-bet of a few dollars?

Women’s U.S. Open Winner

Players ladbrokes
Serena Williams
Sloane Stephens
Madison Keys
Naomi Osaka
Karolina Pliskova
Anatasjia Sevastova
Carla Suarez Navarro
Leisha Tsurenko

 

Best Bet – 2017 U.S. Open Champion, Sloane Stephens to back-up in New York at the good-odds of $4.33.

 

Best Value Bet – If she gets past Serena Williams, Czech superstar Karolina Pliskova’s odds of $13.00 to win the 2018 U.S. Open will drop dramatically. Get-in-now for the best odds-on-the-market.

 

Most emotional betUS Open Tennis Odds Update 3

Mum’s the world over will want to have a bet on new Mum, Serena Williams to win the U.S. Open at $2.50.


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