US Open Odds See Movement After Roger Federer Injury Announcement

See how much the odds for the US Open have moved since Roger Federer announced he will miss the tournament due to a knee injury

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Tennis star Roger Federer announced on Sunday he will miss the US Open to undergo surgery for a knee injury. And this has had an effect on the betting odds for who will win the US Open. 

“Roger Federer is going to miss the US Open. Federer is not the force he once was but is a fan favorite and had received the seventh most tickets to win the tournament,” said Michael Wood, Head of Tennis at BetMGM. “Novak Djokovic is the betting favorite and the sportsbook’s biggest liability.” 

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Djokovic’s odds opened at +135 to win the tournament and his odds are now at -125 as the favorite. He is getting 34.1 percent of the tickets and 57.9 percent of the handle to win the US Open. 

Behind him as the biggest liability to win the US Open is Matteo Berrettini, whose odds are +1600. The third biggest liability is Rafael Nadal. Nadal’s odds are +700 to win the tournament. Berrettini is receiving 5.2 percent of the tickets and 9.6 percent of the handle to win it, while Nadal is seeing 15.2 percent of the tickets and 9.3 percent of the handle. 

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