US Open tennis betting in the year 2009 should be one of the most intriguing editions of this classic we've seen in years. There is always plenty of drama and excitement surrounding the US open tennis odds but this year is exceptional by any standard. Everywhere you look in the US Open tennis betting this season from the men's to the women's brackets, from the sports betting front runners to the long shots, engaging storylines abound.
US Open tennis betting is one of the most anticipated tennis events of the year. Aside from the usual anticipation of a Grand Slam event, sports betting fans also dial in as it's the last major tennis event of the calendar year. The next Grand Slam event isn't until January of 2010 and aficionados feel compelled to act on the US Open tennis odds as it's going to be another five months before there is another such betting opportunity.
This year, the US Open tennis betting could do down as one of the most important in history. Fresh off his sixth win at Wimbledon the great Roger Federer will try and become the winningest Grand Slam player in history at this year's US Open tennis odds competition. At the moment he shares the all time Grand Slam lead with American Pete Sampras and with a win at the 2009 US Open tennis betting he would have the record all to himself at 15 titles.
But former world number one and the top challenger to Federer's US Open tennis betting goal, Rafa Nadal will be on the hard courts for the first time since losing in the French Open. He's proven various times that he's capable of beating Federer and if anyone can prevent the Swiss from claiming victory in the US Open tennis odds it's him.
On the ladies' side of the US Open tennis betting, the entire world is expecting to see another all-Williams final; and who could blame them? Playing in front of the home country crowd and playing better than anyone in tennis right now, the Williams look certain to have US Open tennis betting success. The only question is which Williams will have the ultimate US Open tennis betting success at this year's event.
Speaking of American's, US hero Andy Roddick will be looking to replicate his US Open tennis betting success and win a second Grand Slam title at the Meadowlands. After a big performance at Wimbledon he's full of confidence and hope. But aside from the top players in the game, there always seems to be a great longshot story that develops at the US Open tennis betting and this year should be no different.