Just over a year ago the Associated Press released a news item that Italian tennis player Daniele Bracciali admitted, partially according to the AP, to match-fixing. Bracciali told a committee during a hearing in November of 2014, in front of judicial authorities. Bracciali and his primary doubles partner Potito Starace faced corruption accusations after authorities intercepted Internet conversations claiming they sold matches. Today, over a year after the AP wire broke the news in Rome, ESPN.com news services are claiming that tennis authorities ignored evidence of top-ranked players fixing matches.
Day #2 of the US Open Tennis tournament in Flushing Meadows, New York opens at the bottom half of the draw and features three former US Open champions: five-time winner and No. 2 seed Roger Federer, No. 3 seed Andy Murray and also includes Roland Garros champ Stan Wawrinka and the number 6 seed Tomas Berdych.
Below you will final the updated tennis odds to win the 2015 US Open that begins with a start time of 11 a.m. ET from Flushing, NY.
He is unanimously the No #1 men’s tennis player in the world and the oddsmakers are stating such with an overwhelmingly high price to pay when backing Novak Djovokic to win the hard-court US Open Tournament. Djovokic is favored to win the 2015 US Open, which starts August 31 at Flushing Meadows and as the odds-on chalk at even money. The WagerTalk team takes a look at the US Open Odds: Djokovic odds-on chalk for outright win.