US Open live betting odds are now available and IDSca pay per head agents were the first to be able to offer this amazing platform to their clients. Every serve, every lob and every smash affect the live betting odds and our clients love the constant excitement in a tennis match.
The first round went as was predicted by price per head sportsbooks with Novak Djokovic taking down Diego Schwartzman of Argentina, 6-1, 6-2, 6-4, in one hour and 37 minutes.
Djokovic was of course the US Open odds favorite to win the match at -10,000 pre-game, and with a line that high, few were willing to risk that much to win $100, so US Open live betting was an ideal alternative.
US Open Live betting odds on player to win a set are more down to earth and depend on how each set is going. Venus Williams was actually down going into the second set, and although US Open pre-match odds she was -845 favorite, the second set odds were more leaning to Kimiko Date-Krumm.
In the end Venus prevailed moving ahead to round 2 with a score of 2-6, 6-3, 6-3.
Maria Sharapova pre-match odds were -1185 against Maria Kirilenko and she barely broke a sweat with a swift defeat of 6-4, 6-0. The game started out slowly allowing for a variety of US Open live betting odds, but it was obvious in the second set that live betting was all but over.
On Wednesday 6th ranked Sharapova will face 95 ranked Alexandra Dulgheru, who took down Karolina Pliskova 6-2, 6-2, Monday. Pre-match US Open odds are that Sharapova will move on at -1700.
Venus will be playing Wednesday morning too against Timea Bacsinskzy with pre-match pay per head sportsbook US Open odds of -540.
Other US Open live betting odds are Final Result in Sets (Best of 3 or 5), Odd/Even number of Games in the Match, Score of Game X of Set X, and of course a Two Way Moneyline.
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