After what has been an incredible year of tennis so far, the US Open will be another event everyone is keeping an eye on when it takes place later in the month.
It looks to be a very tight battle in this final Grand Slam of the year.
At the moment it is Novak Djokovic who is being tipped as the favourite to take the title for the second year in a row as he has odds of 2/1 with Coral.
The Serbian got 2012 off to the perfect start in 2012 with victory at the Australian Open. Since then though, he has been defeated in the French Open final and the semi-final of both Wimbledon and the Olympic Games – which were both at SW 19.
Djokovic is certainly a strong character though and is likely to come back stronger than ever at this event.
After finishing as runner-up at Wimbledon and then taking the gold medal at London 2012 – Andy Murray is arguably the player in the best form at the moment.
It seems as though he has really stepped up his game in recent months and is now able to compete with the best of them.
The Scot is being offered at 7/2 to lift the trophy with Stan James. Murray certainly looks in great shape to do just that.
Then there is Roger Federer, who of course won Wimbledon last month and was then defeated in the final of the Olympics.
Federer has shown that he is still one of the best around, even at 31-years-old. However, at London 2012 he did look fatigued and this may just be one too many Grand Slam events for him. You can back him at 4/1.
Surprisingly, Rafael Nadal has had a bad time of things since winning the French Open. At the next Grand Slam he was defeated in the second round and had to pull out of London 2012 through injury.
It is likely that he will be a bit rusty going into the US Open which is why his latest betting bonus sees him at 8/1 to win the title.
The Spaniard will be desperate to get back to his devastating best in this tournament.
It looks to be a four way battle for the US Open and would take a sensational performance for anyone else to make a challenge.
It all looks set to be a thrilling couple of weeks of tennis and it all gets underway on Monday 27th August.