US Open Tennis Wagering Report
HRWager brings you our US Open Tennis Wagering Report. We were all set to whip out all the superlatives in support of Serena. After the first set, the piece was almost written when history started to unravel before our eyes. Find out how this pivotal moment in the sport was the only close match of the four semi finals of the day. Also find out whom we like in each of the finals. So read on to unearth our Free Picks for the US Open finals.
US Open Wagering Report : Unassuming
Thank goodness people have been conditioned to stop wagering the ML against Serena Williams. Roberta Vinci had never even won a set against Ms. Williams so when the odds came in so bloated, there were nary a taker. In the end, Vinci was the perfect opponent to pull off this upset as the moment clearly got to Serena. Had this been a hard hitting lady or someone that she saw as an equal, the level of frustration would not be as great. That this doubles player that just got the ball back was keeping up with her was the lynch pin of her self destruction. 2-6, 6-4, and 6-4 would be the historic byline at one of the bigger upsets ever in women’s tennis.
Pattern : Novak’s Age
Halep got only four games against Pennetta as Simona was sapped from the Azarenka quarterfinal. Meanwhile the men went way under the forecast in games. Novak started out against Cilic with a bagel and conceded three games in total. The battle of Switzerland was one sided as well as Roger bounced Stan 6-4, 6-3, and 6-1. So where does this leave us for the finals?
Even though Pennetta at prices above -200 still looks attracted over a tanked Vinci, we go to the men’s final. Novak is only -131 against Federer for the final. The world’s #1 has let up a loose set or two in this tourney but he gets way up for matches against Federer. Roger has had the easiest road in regards to match length but his age is too much of a factor. Attrition is huge in this sport. Novak -131 is your Free Pick for the Finals. Good fortune and we will talk to you tomorrow here at HRWager.