World No.4 Andy Murray takes on No.84 seed Donald Young today, Tuesday Sept 6th, as Young is through to the Round of 16 and is one of four Americans left in the 2011 US Open. Young leads Murray 1-0. Oddsmakers have Andy Murray as -1600 moneyline favourite to beat Donald Young who’s listed as a +700 underdog. Start the 2011 US Open off right by getting your bet on the latest Andy Murray vs Donald Young odds available now.
Andy Murray breezed past Spanish No. 25 seed Feliciano Lopez 6-1, 6-4, 6-2 on Sunday night to reach the US Open fourth round. Murray wrapped up the first set in just 26 minutes, breaking Lopez twice. The Spanish left-hander offered up more resistance in the second set, but Murray made his breakthrough in the ninth game to assume a two-set lead. He then raced through the third set with two more service breaks to claim victory in one hour and 54 minutes. "[Today] was better," Murray said. "The conditions were tough to start. But after having a long match the other day it was good to be done quickly in a night match. I enjoy playing guys who come to net against me. He's not an easy guy to play against, but he does make a lot of errors at times." The 24-year-old Murray won his eighth straight match as he improved to a 37-10 match record on the season. The Dunblane native came into the US Open on the back of winning his 18th ATP World Tour title in Cincinnati (d. Djokovic) and was also victorious at The Queen’s Club (d. Tsonga) in June.
Donald Young advanced to the fourth round at a major for the first time in his career after defeating Argentine No. 24 seed Juan Ignacio Chela 7-5, 6-4, 6-3. He had earned his place in the third round after notching his first five-set win Friday, prevailing over World No. 14 Stanislas Wawrinka in the tie-break after four hours and 20 minutes. "When I step on the court, I actually fel like I can win, not just put up a good front, have a good match," said Young. "Before it was more so, 'Don't go out there and get beat,' which I had done previously. But now I feel like I can actually win. That's a great feeling to go on the court, and especially in three-out-of-five set matches I can actually go the distance."
Head to Head: Young leads 1-0
2011 CA, U.S.A. Hard R64 7-6(4), 6-3
Andy Murray vs Donald Young
When: Tuesday Sept 6th@Rain delay
Pick: Murray -1600
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