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Roger Federer vs David Goffin Odds for 2019 US Open Men's Singles Fourth-Round Match

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Federer vs Goffin US Open Schedule & Info

US Open Men's Singles Fourth-Round Match Info
No. 3 Roger Federer vs. No. 15 David Goffin
Date: Sunday, Sept. 1, 2019
Start Time: 12 p.m. EST
Venue: Arthur Ashe Stadium
Location: USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center – Queens, NY

Federer vs Goffin Odds & Set Betting

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Moneyline: Roger Federer: (-650) | David Goffin: (+470)
To Win 1st Set: Roger Federer: (-270) | David Goffin: (+205)
Set Betting: 
Roger Federer: 3-0 (+120) | 3-1 (+230) I 3-2 (+470)
Set Betting: David Goffin: 3-0 (+1500) | 3-1 (+1100) I 3-2 (+950)

Odds to Win Men's US Open 2019 Singles Title

All US Open betting odds are available on FanDuel Sportsbook.
- Roger Federer (+600)
- David Goffin (+5000)

Federer vs Goffin Head-to-Head Stats and Betting Trends

- Federer is 8-1 straight up against Goffin in their nine all-time, head-to-head matchups.
- Federer is 2-0 straight up against Goffin in their two all-time, head-to-head matchups on outdoor hard courts.
- Federer has won the US Open men's singles title five times, winning this event five straight years from 2004 to 2008.
- Goffin's appearance in the fourth round ties his best career finish at the US Open men's singles tournament, having reached the fourth round for three consecutive years (2017-19).


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