Andy Murray will be looking to go one further than just reaching the US Open Final after narrowly missing out at Wimbledon.
make him 11/10 to be the runner up at Flushing Meadows although he is 9/4 to win the event. After laying Murray at a top price 5/1 at the start of the tournament, William Hill could be faced with their biggest ever US Open payout should he go on to lift the winner’s trophy.
The final is 4/7 to be Djokovic against Murray with the Scotsman 15/4 to defeat the Serbian should that be the case.
Murray is 10/11 to not win a Grand Slam by the end of next year with a price of 7/4 offered that he won’t win one by the end of 2015. Murray is 2/1 to break his Grand Slam duck next year, 10/1 in 2014 and 33/1 for 2015.
William Hill spokesman Mark Young told Bettingpro: “Murray might just have come of age after winning Gold at the Olympics and certainly our customers have become believers.”
Latest William Hill odds:
11/10 Andy Murray to be runner up at the US Open
When Will Andy Murray win his first Grand Slam?
9/4 2012, 2/1 2013, 10/1 2014, 33/1 2015, 7/4 Not to win a slam by the end of 2015
What will be Andy Murray’s first Grand Slam?
9/4 US Open 2012, 6/1 Australian Open 2013, 40/1 French Open 2013, 7/1 Wimbledon 2013, 16/1 US Open 2013, 10/11 Not to win a Grand Slam by the end of 2013
Men’s US Open 2012 Winner: 1/2 Novak Djokovic, 9/4 Andy Murray, 12/1 Thomas Berdych, 25/1 David Ferrer
Men’s US Open forecast Betting: 13/10 Djokovic/Murray, 12/5 Djokovic/Berdych, 15/4 Murray/Djokovic, 14/1 Berdych/Djokovic, 16/1 Murray/Ferrer, 28/1 Ferrer/Murray, 40/1 Berdych/Ferrer, 50/1 Ferrer/Berdych
4/7 Murray and Djokovic to win Semis
7/1 David Ferrer, 1/14 Novak Djokovic
7/4 Thomas Berdych, 4/9 Andy Murray