The fourth and last Grand Slam event of the year is just around the corner, and exciting matches are bound to happen. According to TonyBet bookie, some favorites are very clear, but as last year’s U.S. Open showed, a dark-horse win can always happen.
Here are the top three favorites—both men’s and women’s—and the extra potential dark horses.
1) Novak Djokovic
Djokovic is firmly atop the ATP rankings. The world No. 1 has already triumphed at two Grand Slams this year—the Australian Open and Wimbledon—and went to the French Open final. But despite those results, he lost to Roger Federer in Cincinnati and before that to Andy Murray in Montreal (both in finals). This shows Djokovic can be beaten; but he may also be saving his best form for the U.S. Open.
2) Roger Federer
While Federer has not enjoyed as impressive a year as Djokovic, the…
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