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The fourth and final tennis tournament in the Grand Slam calendar year, the U. Open is held over the course of two weeks, at the end of August and into early September.
Open Tennis Championship will run's from August 27 through September 9, Open is widely regarded as one of the most exciting tennis tournaments on the schedule. The field consists of more than players, and the tourney always includes the top tennis players in the world vying for a coveted major. The tournament is played in the shadow of the heart of New York City, Manhattan, so tennis-loving celebrities are a regular sight in the grandstands.
Even though Wimbledon has a bit more history than the U. Open, there is no doubt that the event at Arthur Ashe Stadium in Flushing Meadows achieves a much higher level of tennis betting action.
Matches occur during the day 11 a. ET start and at night 7 p. ET finish on most days of the tournament. Arthur Ashe Stadium hosts the top-seeded matches and the Finals. Djokovic is a two-time winner of the event and has constantly been in contention for the title. He is playing well and has been tabbed the player to beat.
The time grand slam champion once again arrives at SW19 having won the French Open his 11th title - but his record at Wimbledon has been poor in recent years. Nadal has not progressed further than the fourth round since and has actually only gone beyond the second round in two of the last five years in which he has played he missed with injury.
The year-old has been in great form over the last 18 months with three grand slam triumphs, but given his poor recent history on grass we would avoid backing him.
Grigor Dimitrov is someone who always enjoyed the grass court season and has had relative success at Wimbledon before. The Bulgarian was a semi-finalist in , but has since struggled reaching just the third round in and before going out in the fourth round last year. He hasn't been in great form in the lead up and lost to Novak Djokovic at Queens and has been handed a very tough opening round against three-time grand slam winner Stan Wawrinka. If he can beat the Swiss it should give him some confidence and we would then fancy him to make the quarter-finals, but with that match likely to be against grass-court specialist Cilic we can't see him going further.
Nick Kyrgios has had an excellent grass court season so far, reaching back-to-back semi-finals at the Stuttgart Open and Queens Club and picking up wins against Murray, Kyle Edmund and grass-court specialist Feliciano Lopez. The Australian's serve has been his major weapon so far on the grass and in his seven matches on the surface so far in he has his aces, which is more than any other player 57 more than Raonic in second.
We give Kyrgios an excellent chance at SW19 this year, he has a relatively nice draw with his projected fourth round opponent being Alexander Zverev whom has not played great on the grass so far and whilst Kei Nishikori is a potential third round opponent he has never managed to perform at Wimbledon.
There are no bets in your slip. Wimbledon, United Kingdom Event date: Federer Going For Ninth Title The favourite for the title is once again the great Roger Federer, who will be hoping to defend his crown after his success.
Can Cilic Go One Further? Djokovic Improving It would be fair to say that Novak Djokovic hasn't been at his best for the last two years. Murray Is Back British fans will be eager to see how Andy Murray gets on as he continues his return from injury.