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The fourth and final major of the Tennis season gets underway at Flushing Meadows this week after another fascinating year for both the Men and Women’s game.
Serena Williams and Rafael Nadal might be the top seeds not to mention the bookies favourites to add to their title haul for the year but with six different players winning the three majors to date this year another exciting tournament awaits fans.
Nadal has already claimed the French open title this year, the 12th Grand Slam of his career and with Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray winning the Australian Open and Wimbledon respectively it is very difficult to predict a winner.
Nadal is the 7/4 to win the tournament with Djokovic, who despite being regarded as one of the best hard court players has lost three finals this year (Indian Wells, Miami and Montreal) 2/1 and defending champions Murray 7/2.
The “big three” won’t have it their own way however with the 6ft 6” Juan Martin del Potro, a winner here in 2009 and the current world number 6, a tempting 10/1 and one of the few capable of making life difficult for the favourites, as too will last year’s top seed and former world number 1 Rodger Federer.
The Swiss star, seeded seventh, has endured a year to forget but given his pedigree discount him at your peril. The 32 year old, a veteran in tennis terms, is a very generous 16/1 to win the trophy he has lifted five times before.
Federer is in the same side of the draw as Nadal and with the Spaniard eager to atone for missing last year’s event, Federer will need to re-discover his form, quickly, if he is to upset the odds.
Czech star Tomas Berdych, a semi-finalist last year, may only have one career title under his belt but he is the current world number 5 and is showing good form this year and at 40/1 is worth a punt.
American hopes rest on the shoulders of world number 14 John Isner whose previous best at Flushing meadows is the quarter-finals in 2011. The 28 year old is 66/1 to seal a home soil victory.
Thankfully for US Tennis fans, the women’s draw offers their best chance of glory with Serena Williams the 8/11 favourite to claim a fifth title. While the men’s draw looks to be a very open affair the women’s side of the draw appears to be more straight-forward.
Williams is certainly a woman in form, losing just four matches all season on her way to 8 titles. Her most likely challengers will come in the shape of Victoria Azarenka (5/2) and Agnieszka Radwanska.
Azarenka is the current Australian Open Champion and Qatar open Champions and has emerged as Williams biggest rivals over the last 12 months. The Belarussian was just 6 when the younger William turned pro but she has not let her opponents experience get in her way winning 2 of their three meetings this year.
Radwanska meanwhile has won two tournaments this year, the most high profile being the Apia International in Sydney. The World number 4 has never gotten past the fourth round at Flushing Meadows however and with Li Na, the 2011 French Open winner, in her side of the draw the Polish 24 year old has her work cut out to improve on her record in New York.
There are a number of former winners in the draw with Sam Stosur, a winner in 2011, 28/1 to repeat that feat and 2004 winner Svetlana Kuznetsova 125/1 to turn back the clock and relive her success from 2004.
Sadly the Maria Sugarpova, sorry Sharaprova, won’t be on court after she pulled out injured. Given that she has lost to Serena Williams in three finals already this year it’s probably better if the 2006 winner who shadows as a sugar mogul watches this one from the sidelines. The French open 2014 is probably a good bet for the Russian.
Another who misses out is Maria Bartoli, this year’s candidate for the surprise of the year be it her success at Wimbledon or her decision to retire in August while Wimbledon runner up Sabine Lisicki, the darling of London in July, is a 50/1 outsider having lost 2 out of three games since that final defeat.