Murray shortens in US Open betting after Olympic Gold
Andy Murray secured his second Olympic Gold medal on Sunday night, and is now as short as 2/1 with some bookmakers to add a second US Open title to the one he won back in 2012.
Such is the dedication of the Scot, no sooner had he finished his media duties after his hard fought victory over Juan Martin del Potro of Argentina, he was on a flight to America, to take part in the Western and Southern Open (also known as the Cincinnati Masters), which started on the same day as the Olympic’s final.
Murray will be looking to accumulate ranking points to consolidate his World No.2 status this week, and he will also be using the tournament to prepare for the upcoming US Open.
Favourite in the betting for the US Open is defending Champions Novak Djokovic, who is a best price of Even money, and is as short as 4/5 with some layers. The Serb has now missed out on the Wimbledon title this year, and also left the Rio court in tears when his Olympic dream ended.
He has won the Australian and French Opens this season, but by his own incredibly high standards, the last two months have been disappointing for the World No.1, and he will be looking to get back on track by claiming his third US title when the tournament starts in a couple of weeks.
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