Roger Federer vs Juan Martin Del Potro 2009 US OPEN Final Odds: Last night, the world witnessed Kim Clijsters make US OPEN history by becoming the first unseeded player to win in Flushing Meadows by defeating No.9 seed Caroline Wozniacki in straight sets 7-5, 6-3.
With world No.1 Roger Federer going for his 6th consecutive US OPEN title and a career/all-time best 17th Grand Slam, and Juan Martin Del Potro appearing in his very first major final ever, we are guaranteed history for second consecutive night in New York City tonight. The question is: what historic event will happen tonight in Queens?
According to 2009 US OPEN Final Odds makers at SportsBook.com, Roger Federer [-380 ML] will be pretty hard to beat tonight, as he’s a lofty sports betting odds favorite to defeat Juan Martin Del Potro [+290 ML] in the Finals.
After giving Rafael Nadal the worse beating of his career (6-2, 6-2, 6-2), the Argentine will be the 6th different man that Federer will face in the US OPEN Final Odds this afternoon at 4 PM ET on CBS. “I am proud of my accomplishments in New York,” Federer said. “No matter how old or how great the opponents were, it is just a matter of hoping I have got one more match in me to get to six in a row… It would be absolutely amazing. It is something I wasn’t able to do at Wimbledon, even though I came so close. I am feeling great. I really hope I can do it.”
In his semifinal victory over the 4th seed Novak Djokovic, Federer came up with the shot of the tournament, going ala Andre Aggassi between his legs for a winner. Best shot of his career? “Well, I would think so,” the Swiss said with a smile. “The way I was able to hit it, with pace and accuracy, it is something that happens so rarely.
“It is the semi of a Grand Slam, so to come up with that, to get match point against Djokovic is amazing, so that it why I think it is probably the best.”