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tennis odds US Open 2020

The US Open 2020 for men: Winner

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Alejandro Davidovich Fokina
Alexander Bublik
Aljaž Bedene
Andreas Seppi
Andrej Martin
Attila Balazs
Bernard Tomic
Cameron Norrie
Damir Dzumhur
Dennis Novak
Dominik Köpfer
Egor Gerasimov
Federico Delbonis
Feliciano López
Gianluca Mager
Grégoire Barrère
Hugo Dellien
Ivo Karlovic
James Duckworth
Jaume Munar
Jeremy Chardy
Jiri Vesely
Kamil Majchrzak
Kwon Soon-Woo
Leonardo Mayer
Lloyd Harris
Márton Fucsovics
Marcel Granollers
Marco Cecchinato
Martin Klizan
Nicolás Jarry
Pablo Andújar
Peter Gojowczyk
Philipp Kohlschreiber
Prajnesh Gunneswaran
Ricardas Berankis
Roberto Carballés Baena
Salvatore Caruso
Stefano Travaglia
Steve Johnson
Tennys Sandgren
Thiago Monteiro
Thomas Fabbiano
Tommy Paul
Vasek Pospisil
Yüichi Sugita
Yasutaka Uchiyama
Novak Djokovic2.502.50
Rafael Nadal5.004.50
Roger Federer9.007.00
Daniil Medvedev10.008.00
Dominic Thiem11.008.00
Stefanos Tsitsipas15.0013.00
Alexander Zverev21.0017.00
Marin Cilic41.0034.00
Stanislas Wawrinka41.0041.00
Nick Kyrgios51.0026.00
Milos Raonic51.0034.00
Félix Auger-Aliassime51.0051.00
Denis Shapovalov67.0067.00
Juan Martin Del Potro81.0034.00
Kei Nishikori81.0041.00
Karen Khachanov81.0051.00
David Goffin81.0067.00
John Isner81.0067.00
Grigor Dimitrov81.0081.00
Andy Murray101.0015.00
Kevin Anderson101.0041.00
Andrey Rublev101.0051.00
Alex De Minaur101.0067.00
Gaël Monfils101.0067.00
Matteo Berrettini101.0067.00
Roberto Bautista-Agut101.00101.00
Hubert Hurkacz126.00126.00
Borna Coric151.0067.00
Kyle Edmund151.00101.00
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga151.00151.00
Jannik Sinner201.0081.00
Diego Schwartzman201.00151.00
Pablo Carreño Busta201.00201.00
Francis Tiafoe251.00251.00
Taylor Fritz251.00251.00
Fabio Fognini301.00126.00
Daniel Evans301.00301.00
Lucas Pouille301.00301.00
Reilly Opelka301.00301.00
Alexei Popyrin401.00401.00
Jan-Lennard Struff401.00401.00
Richard Gasquet401.00401.00
Sam Querrey401.00401.00
Benoit Paire501.00501.00
Fernando Verdasco501.00501.00
Filip Krajinovic501.00501.00
Guido Pella501.00501.00
Miomir Kecmanovic501.00501.00
Nikoloz Basilashvili501.00501.00
Pierre-Hugues Herbert501.00501.00
Ugo Humbert501.00501.00
Yoshihito Nishioka501.00501.00
Christian Garín601.00601.00
John Millman701.00701.00
Gilles Simon801.00801.00
Mikhail Kukushkin801.00801.00
Pablo Cuevas801.00801.00
Adrian Mannarino1001.001001.00
Albert Ramos1001.001001.00
Casper Ruud1001.001001.00
Corentin Moutet1001.001001.00
Dusan Lajovic1001.001001.00
João Sousa1001.001001.00
Jordan Thompson1001.001001.00
Juan Ignacio Londero1001.001001.00
Laslo Djere1001.001001.00
Lorenzo Sonego1001.001001.00
Mikael Ymer1001.001001.00
Radu Albot1001.001001.00
Elias Ymer2001.002001.00

The US Open is the last Grand Slam of the calendar year, a truly prestigious competition with perhaps the most controversial, entertaining and enthusiastic crowd of the world. This year, the crowd took a strong dislike to the eventual finalist Daniil Medvedev because of his attitude on court, including the middle finger he gave the crowd, but by the end of the tournament, the Russian had won over the crowd with his incredible refusal to stop fighting for victory, despite being up against possibly the best player of all of history, Rafael Nadal.

The men’s US Open has incredibly been played since 1881, with Richard Sears winning the seven first versions of this event. Since the start of the Open Era in 1968, the all time greats have strived to lift the trophy: Arthur Ashe, Jimmy Connors and John McEnroe are all home nation winners, and maybe the home crowd could push the American John Isner to victory.

When mentioning US Open winners, it is impossible to overlook Roger Federer who won it a staggering five times, in a row! Even though he will be 39 by next year, it would be unwise to ignore the Swiss legend.

A final that all tennis fans would love would be Federer vs. Nadal, a fixture that has never been played at the US Open. The Spaniard will be hoping to retain his Championship next year, and despite how long he’s been around, he is showing very few signs of any physical deterioration or any lack of desire to be the absolute best.

Desire to be the absolute best is very familiar to Novak Djokovic who is the biggest favourite to win. He unfortunately had to forfeit his match against Stan Wawrinka this year, but his performances on hard court have always been consistent and impressive. He’s won the tournament three times already, and if he can avoid injury, it would take an extremely impressive player to beat him.

If we’re talking about impressive players, Daniil Medvedev is topping that list right now. The twenty-three-year-old Russian has the most victories in 2019, has gotten to the final of the last four tournaments he’s played, and has won the hearts of many fans through his dogged determination and exciting tennis. He could hardly have been closer this year, and he’ll be hoping to go all the way next year.

The most controversial figure on the tour Nick Kyrgios will be hoping he can finally win his first Grand Slam, although some say his biggest rival is himself, as he lets himself down by not putting the effort that the top players do. No-one can deny his talent though, and some of his shots are literally jaw-dropping. If he can concentrate over a whole tournament, he is capable of lifting that trophy.

Kei Nishikori is another player who has the skillset available to do well but hasn’t quite reached the top. Stan Wawrinka, who has already won this tournament will hope to bring out the Stanimal in order to propel himself to victory again. The young up and comers such as Felix Auger Alliasime, Denis Shapovalov and Stefanos Tsitsipas could also pose a big threat, with more experience under their belt, they are most certainly contenders.

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