This is one of the final warm-ups for the US Open where the best players in the men’s game can fine-tune their skills ahead of the last major of the year. Millions of better are heading to 먹튀검증사이트 for placing their bets on this most-awaited clash between the two tennis legends.

Current world number one Novak Djokovic is the current favorite to win the event at 133/100. The Serbian has been having the best season of his career and will be looking for his third Grand Slam win by the time the US Open starts. Djokovic has the game to beat any other player on the hard courts and he seems determined to show this. Djokovic currently has an air of superiority around him which other players are finding extremely difficult to breakthrough.

Rafael Nadal is the second favorite to win the ATP event at the best price of 121/50 for the US Open. Nadal seems to be off the pace at present and struggling to find his best form. The real test for him will be how he plays if he comes up against the Serbian again at some point in the near future. Nadal has won ten Grand Slams in his life so isn’t lacking inexperience. Nadal needs to work on his consistency.

Roger Federer can never be counted out of winning any title because he is such a vastly experienced player. He is the most decorated player in the history of the game and tournaments such as this one come naturally to him. The Swiss needs to hit the ground running in the event and his preparations for the US Open are going well. He is 257/100.

Andy Murray has an outside shot of winning this warm-up event. Murray is yet to win a Grand Slam and has only ever beaten the top three players in tournaments such as this one. If he does win then it will give him a huge confidence boost ahead of the next major event. Murray is 88/25.

Mardy Fish is a player who has really upped his game over the last twelve months to get himself moved up the rankings and in contention for titles like this. He still has a lot of work to do before he breaks the top four players but his game is getting better with every tournament that comes and goes. Fish has beaten a couple of the better players at some point in the past and is worth a small punt at 23/1.