Tennis US Open

One of the most exciting tournaments on the tennis calendar happens to be the US Open which is the only Major Championship tournament that takes place in the United States. There has been a lot of history with three different men’s players winning five different times as well as two different women’s players winning six times.

With plenty of tennis lore throughout the US Open to cover, let’s jump right in!

Odds to Win US Open Men 2022

To Win Outright US Open Men 2022Moneyline
Novak Djokovic    +150
Daniil Medvedev    +225
Dominic Thiem    +2500
Alexander Zverev    +1400
Stefanos Tsitsipas    +1200
Andrey Rublev    +2500
Jannik Sinner    +1400
Denis Shapovalov    +3000
Felix Auger Aliassime    +2000
Carlos Alcaraz    +300
Matteo Berrettini    +2000
Andy Murray    +5000
Hubert Hurkacz    +5000
Nick Kyrgios    +600
Casper Ruud    +5000
Alex De Minaur    +15000
Grigor Dimitrov    +15000
Aslan Karatsev    +8000
Diego Schwartzman    +15000
Cristian Garin    +20000
Karen Khachanov    +15000
Pablo Carreno Busta    +6000
Gael Monfils    +20000
Daniel Evans    +20000
Kei Nishikori    +20000
Vasek Pospisil    +20000
Last Updated 08/17/2022

Odds to Win US Open Women 2022

To Win Outright US Open Women 2022Moneyline
Naomi Osaka    +600
Emma Raducanu    +1400
Aryna Sabalenka    +1200
Iga Swiatek    +225
Garbine Muguruza    +3300
Simona Halep    +800
Bianca Andreescu    +1400
Karolina Pliskova    +2000
Cori Gauff    +1100
Serena Williams    +1600
Barbora Krejcikova    +2200
Maria Sakkari    +1400
Leylah Fernandez    +2800
Sofia Kenin    +6600
Petra Kvitova    +4000
Belinda Bencic    +2000
Elena Rybakina    +1400
Elina Svitolina    +4000
Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova    +5000
Angelique Kerber    +5000
Ons Jabeur    +1200
Jennifer Brady    +4000
Victoria Azarenka    +4000
Jessica Pegula    +2500
Elise Mertens    +6000
Last Updated 08/17/2022

Brief history 

Since 1987, the US Open has been the fourth and final Grand Slam tournament in the calendar year for tennis players and begins on the last Monday in August and happens for two weeks.

The tournament consists of five different championships (men’s singles, women’s singles, men’s doubles, women’s doubles, and mixed doubles) as well as playing events for junior, senior, and wheelchair players. This tournament has gone on since August 1881 but has been a part of the Grand Slam since 1987. 

US Open Most Memorable Dates 

One of the most important dates in US Open history is September 8, 1984, which is dubbed “Super Saturday” as every match went the distance to keep the fan’s eyes glued to the action. Another important date in US Open history was the first day of the 1978 US Open as the tournament moved from Forest Hills to Flushing Gardens.  

Most Profitable Players on the US Open Odds

One of the best ways to be profitable while looking at US Open odds is to choose the overall winner of the tournament. Daniil Medvedev won the event in 2021, making him the favorite for the 2022 event. In recent history, Novak Djokovic has three wins and six runner-up performances, and Rafael Nadal has four wins. Finding players who consistently perform well at the US Open will lead to better results.

How to Bet On US Open Odds?

There are a few different ways to bet on tennis, but the three most common are moneyline, spreads, and totals. Let’s dive a little into all three and discuss how they happen. In order to bet on them, you need to go to your sportsbook of choice and figure out the odds. 

Moneyline

Betting on the moneyline in tennis is no different than any other sport as you are choosing which player or team is going to win the match. Nothing fancy than deciding which tennis players will advance to the next round of whatever tournament they are in.  

Spread

The spread is figuring out how many games a tennis player will win throughout the course of the match. If the spread is -4.5 and the favorite wins 6:4, 6:4, then the spread number is 4, so the favorite would win the match but lose the bet as they need to get over the spread number in order for the bet to hit. 

Total

Betting totals in tennis is a little different than in most sports as you have a set number of points that can be scored throughout a game. However, tennis counts the number of games played in a single match for their total. If the first set is 6:2, then eight games have been played, and that makes the total eight thus far. You add up all the games in a set to figure out the total number and if the over or the under hits. 

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