Men's US Open Second Round Live In-Play MarketsPublished August 28, 2014 by Sol FH
Stanislas Wawrinka vs Thomaz Bellucci live at 14:15 UK time for a spot in the third round of the 2014 US Open.
The last Grand Slam tournament of the year in professional tennis is underway and all eyes are on New York to see which of today's tennis greats will hoist this year's trophy. Round one action was exceptionally good this year but there were no real upsets up until now. Today's match could be the upset everyone is waiting to see and punters are waiting to capitalize on as Wawrinka, the number 3 seed in the tournament takes on Bellucci.
Tale of the tape
Stanislas Wawrinka is a big and strong Swiss player that has a real chance at doing well at this year's US Open. He defeated Czech prospect Jiri Vesely 6-2, 7-6(6), 7-6(3). Wawrinka looked excellent in the round one action and looks to try and beat the Brazilian, Bellucci today at Arthur Ashe stadium. Surprisingly, it is Bellucci that defeated Wawrinka back in 2009, but much has changed since then. It was only a few weeks ago that Wawrinka defeated Rafael Nadal in the Australian Open to win his first grand slam.
Thomaz Bellucci, the left-hander from Brazil became a pro in 2005 and is currently ranked 91 in the world in men's singles. He was ranked as high as 21 back in 2010 but has since struggled to make it any further than a Quarter Finals loss in 2013 at the Australian Open. Bellucci is a strong and exciting player to watch and he could be the wild card bet, as he leads the series with Wawrinka 1-0.
Live In-Play Action
Winner Sports has the live in-play markets for all of the US Open second round matches including today's game. Prior markets show Wawrinka as the outright favorite 1.10 to Bellucci's 6.50. There are tons of markets available including Games Handicap, Set Winner, Over/Under and more. For one of the most exciting online gambling experiences, there is also live in-play betting which are an interactive way to make lucrative cash as the match unfolds.
Don't miss out on any of the US Open as it is the last Grand Slam before the off-season. Get your tennis fix today at 14:15.