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The year of Novak Djokovic has no doubt been in 2011. The newly crowned No.1 player in the world has lost just once in seven months, capturing two grand Slam titles of which the latest at Wimbledon was a triumph over former No.1 Rafael Nadal.
While Djokovic had been routinely considered a favorite to win Grand Slam events, he has never been considered the main favorite.
That has all changed now however, given the way that he has played throughout the course of the season capped off by his triumph at Wimbledon.
It is illustrated in U.S Open Futures betting odds, the final Grand Slam of the season taking place later this year. Djokovic has been installed as the overall favorite to win his third Grand Slam title in 2011, currently going off at 7/4 on the Latest U.S Open Betting Lines at Bodog Sportsbook.
Djokovic is the assertive favorite, ahead of Rafael Nadal at 5/2. Djokovic already captured the Australian Open back in January on the hard court, a similar surface to what the U.S Open will be played on.
It has been the top-four players in the world on the men’s side of the equation that have routinely been in the
semifinals and finals of Grand Slams, and as such have separated themselves on the latest U.S Open betting lines.
Behind Djokvic and Nadal, No.3 Roger Federer and No.4 Andy Murray round out the top odds towin, with 2009 U.S Open champion Juan Martin Del Potro also sneaking is way into the top-five.
But after these five players have separated from the rest of the field in terms of Betting Odds To Win the 2011 U.S Open.Del Potro sits with odds at 13/2, and from there the next-closest is Robin Soderling who is set at 28/1.