US Open Tennis 2011: Odds for Remaining Women in Field

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US Open Tennis 2011: Odds for Remaining Women in Field
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The quarterfinals of the women's draw at the 2011 US Open are set. From 132 players, play is down to the elite eight.

Seven of the eight remaining players were among the 32 seeded in the tournament. Of the top four, the top two seeds remain.

Only one of the remaining players has won a Grand Slam tournament before. That player has 13 Grand Slams singles titles, towering over the rest of the players remaining.

The average age of the quarterfinalists is 25 years old. The age for the youngest player remaining is 20 while the oldest is 29.

The quarterfinals of the women's draw promises to be very interesting and highly competitive. Most of the matches will be between players who have played very close matches against each other.

Let's take a look at the odds of the remaining women players in the draw, in order from the bigger to lower odds.

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