The US Open 2017 is up and running and punters have been bombarded with matches already just on day one alone. It’s a great thing though because you have so many betting opportunities to either get a nice winning streak going or on the other side of things, you have enough chances around to try and recover from a loss.
The men’s draw for this 2017 event has Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal running at the head of the market to win the tournament but without the other half of the big four (Andy Murray and Novak Djokovic), who have pulled out through injury. Federer has been holding ground as 15/8 outright favourite with Paddy Power with Nadal at 3/1.
Because Nadal is top seed and Federer is third, it means that they are on a collision course for a heavyweight semi final battle in the top half of the draw. What that also means is that there is such a great chance from someone from the bottom half of the draw, where the likes of Marin Cilic and Alexander Zverev are, to make a run at the final.
Because the draw is much more wide open than usual, there’s a tremendous opportunity, the likes of which hasn’t been seen for some time, for an underdog to come through and at least make an appearance in the Final.
Paddy Power 2 Up You Win Offer
At the US Open on all matches in the men’s draw, back a selection in the match winner market for any game and if your selection goes two sets up then you will immediately be paid out as a winner, regardless of whether he goes on to lose.
So there is none of that dramatic heartbreak of seeing your selection fall at the hands of a stunning comeback in a match. Because as long as they get two sets up, then you are a winner.
Terms of the Offer
Anyone can avail themselves of this great Paddy Power US Open 2017 tennis promotion and it applies to all matches through to Sunday, September 10th, which is the day of the men’s final. The offer applies to only pre-match single bets in the Match Betting market on a game only.
So then your bet will be paid out in full if your selection is winning by 2 sets in the match regardless if your selection goes on to lose the match. However, if your selection is leading by two sets and goes on to win the match your bet will not be paid as a winner twice.