Bet on US Open 2017 Final: Can Anderson Beat Nadal?

Written by Bence on 2017-09-09 at 04:56
US Open Final Odds Who will win US Open 2017? (Photo: News Australia)
The semi-finals are over, so this is your last chance to bet on US Open 2017 Final. Don’t miss out on the best tennis betting odds!

Online sportsbook news sites in the US expected a dream pairing in the semi-finals, as there was a high chance of Roger Federer having to face against Rafa Nadal in the Top 4. However, that one didn’t work out unfortunately for all tennis enthusiasts, but luckily for certain fans…

The Spanish tennis legend did succeed in his part and he did went on easily against Rublev, as it was expected by the odds at all online sportsbook sites. However, his biggest competitor, Roger Federer, has lost against Del Potro. That one was definitely the biggest surprise of the tournament as everyone expected a Rafa v Roger encounter in the semi-finals.

Bet on US Open 2017 Final!


Who will win US Open 2017? Rafa Nadal easily beat Del Potro, the one who got Federer eliminated, but Kevin Anderson was just as confident in the semi-final against Carreno-Busta. Which means that we will see a Nadal v Anderson match in the final. Of course, Rafa Nadal will be favourite to win US Open 2017 according to all online sportsbook sites in the US.

You can find the best odds to bet on US Open 2017 Final if you take a look at the review about Marathonbet Sportsbook. Here you can bet on Anderson to win for 7.10. The odds for Nadal to win US Open are 1.15… The match starts tonight at 10 PM. You shouldn’t wait much longer to bet on US Open 2017 Final!
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