US Open Tennis 2011: Odds for Remaining Men in Field

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US Open Tennis 2011: Odds for Remaining Men in Field
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The quarterfinals at the 2011 US Open Men's Draw are almost complete. We still have four matches from the fourth round to be played.

So far the top five players in the draw are still alive, and 10 of the 12 players remaining are seeded players.

There are also four Grand Slam champions. They have won 30 Grand Slam tournaments between them.

In contrast to the Women's Draw, there is a lot of experience among the players remaining. The average age of the remaining players is 26 years old. The oldest is 30 and the youngest 22.

All the matches will be packed and full of support for their favorite players, as there are many fan favorites waiting to dazzle us with their performances.

Twelve players, where we will see shot makers and grinders, big servers and returners that will be amazing us during the rest of the tournament.

No matter the combination of the players from the fourth round that make it to the quarterfinals and further on, it will be one of the best US Open's in recent memory.

Let's take a look at the odds for the remaining players in the Men's Draw.

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