Andreas Haider-Mauer at the US Open (above).

Rafael Nadal:  – 7000

Pablo Andujar:  + 1900


Antonio Veic:  + 350

Nikolay Davydenko:  – 600


Sam Querrey:  + 110

Ivan Ljubicic:  – 150


Xavier Malisse:  + 450

Fernando Verdasco:  – 700


Mardy Fish:  – 190

Robin Haase:  + 150


Jeremy Chardy:  + 200

Gilles Simon:  – 300


Marcos Baghdatis:  – 145

Leonardo Mayer:  + 105


Albert Ramos:  + 800

Robin Soderling:  – 2000


Andy Murray:  – 3000

Simone Bolelli:  + 1200


Arnaud Clement:  + 130

Michael Berrer:  – 180


Alexander Dolgopolovic:  – 650

Andreas Heider-Mauer:  + 375


Tobias Kamke:  + 400

Victor Troicki:  – 700


Lukasz Kubot:  – 130

Carlos Berlocq:  – 110


Alejandro Falla:  + 350

Florian Mayer:  – 600


Kevin Anderson:  + 175

Juan Ignacio Chela:  – 250


Lukas Rosol:  + 350

Jurgen Melzer:  – 600


We’re not going to go through the women, but if you are interested you should check out the odds becaause there are some seeming ridiculously high favorites according to the money lines.  We especially, are in long with Jie Zheng at plus 700 to Petra Kvitova at minus 1500.  As for the men, the good bet is the big underdog as well, as you’d have to love Andugar, who can bring you back $91 on a $5 wager if there’s an upset.  Mardy Fish, in action, with a good chance to make at least the 3rd round.  Nice story.  Chardy/Simon, in the all French battle.  Arnaud Clement, still doing it, and probably with those dumb goggles and head band.  Long shot parlays would rack up the dollars if the stars aligned and a few long shots hit on the same ticket.  By the way, Dolgopolov Jr. is way too heavily favored.  Haider-Mauer might only be world #88, but he took Robin Soderling to 5 sets at the US Open and he’s had a very good year, and at 23, could be poised to climb.  He’s also a natural clay courter and Dolgopolov is not, and hasn’t had the type of good season we were looking for after his magical Australian season.  And good for Sam Querrey, who finally won an important match.  We hope he does it again tomorrow, again as underdog.  BTW, we are pulling hard for Kevin Anderson, shot maker, tomoorrow, and we are very impressed with Sergiy Stakhovsky, the big, lean one hander who won his first round match by making passes and tough volleys.  We think he’ll be fun to watch in the doubles tomorrow.

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