US Open Tennis Women’s Odds, Now that Serena’s out

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Now that 5-time champion Serena Williams is out of the US Open Tennis tournament, the women are going to have an interesting time sorting out the champion of the 4th and final leg of the Grand Slam. The US Open tennis betting analysis is giving odds for this now wide open field.

On the US Open tennis schedule the No.1 ranked player in the tournament is going to be just the 5th selection on the board to win the US Open. Caroline Wozniacki (+900), the Dane has never won a Grand Slam event before and has only made it out of the 4th round into the quarterfinals twice; one during last year’s US Open tennis tournament making her the runner-up. Wozniacki, after last year’s Wimbledon, made it to the 4th round of all the other major tournaments. However, her matches have ended there in 3 of the 5 events.

Kim Clijster (+300), is the No.2 ranked tennis player, and is considered the favorite for the US Open. Clijsters hasn’t played much tennis in the Grand Slam events, but last year, she came out of nowhere to win the US Open. She has only played in 2 of the 3 majors this year. She’s clearly an interesting proposition.

Venus Williams (+800) shouldn’t be dismissed. The elder of the Williams sisters clearly hasn’t been on top of her game lately, but she’s made it to the 4th round of 5 straight Grand Slam events. Even though Venus hasn’t won at the US Open tennis since 2001, a win here will capture her an 8th Grand Slam title in her 13 year career.

The US Open Tennis schedule for the Women’s Singles gives a tantalizing chance to see who will become this year’s champion.

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  1. GetIntheGame

    The Williams sisters are always keeping things interesting in tennis. Good or bad they are probably the reason a lot of people watch tennis that otherwise wouldn’t.

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