Djokovic Looking to Recover from Wimbledon Exit at US Open

Having headed to South West London in the hope of continuing his surge towards a calendar grand slam, Novak Djokovic will be looking to swiftly recover from his third round defeat at the hands of Sam Querrey, as he steps up preparations for the upcoming US Open at Flushing Meadows. The world number one was far from his best at Wimbledon, and despite dominating for the past twelve months, offered a glimpse of hope to the rest of the competition with events on Court One. Despite Djokovic failing to divulge the reason behind his demise in London, it is thought the Australian and French Open champion is suffering from some form of injury.

With plenty of time for the Serbian to return to full fitness, Djokovic will see August’s US Open as the next major event in his calendar. With the world’s best players battling it out under the lights in New York, https://bookies.com offer the best tennis betting deals and offers from online bookmakers. Djokovic will be looking to defend his title from last year, and with it maintain his goal of chasing down Roger Federer’s grand slam record. Djokovic currently holds 12 titles, with Federer on 17, however with the dominance shown by the Serbian over recent years, it would take a brave man to bet against him becoming the most decorated player in the men’s game. Bookies.com find best odds of 10/11 for Djokovic to win the title in New York, with world number two Andy Murray at 4/1.

Rafa Nadal is another man who will have the US Open in mind for a return from injury, with the Spaniard missing out on the French Open and Wimbledon so far this year. The 14-time grand slam champion is suffering from a wrist injury, with bookies.com locating best odds of 16/1 for a dramatic comeback win at the US Open.

Having failed to win a Grand Slam title since 2012, Federer will be looking to hit back in the best way possible at critics who have written off the 34-year-old over recent years. The Swiss maestro certainly loves the atmosphere in New York having won five straight titles from 2004-2008, however Federer will still be among the outsiders for the tournament following his defeat to Djokovic in the final last time around.

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