The US Open has always been a huge tournament for the biggest stars in tennis. It’s the last Grand Slam of the year and full of prestige.
In the incredible surroundings of Flushing Meadows many look to walk the same path as the likes of Arthur Ashe, Bjorn Borg and John McEnroe which always makes for plenty of excitement.
It’s a great tournament to bet on and at Oddsmanager we’re always on the lookout for the best value US Open betting odds to enjoy.
Below you’ll find all you need to know about the tournament including the latest odds, tips on how to pick a winner and more.
Of course, one of the key things when placing US Open bets is getting your predictions right.
It’s not an easy task but there are plenty of things that can aid your betting. You should consider a number of things before you place your bets, including…
The US Open 2019 is just around the corner and following success at Wimbledon, Novak Djokovic is a clear favourite to claim his third Grand Slam of the year.
William Hill have him priced at 6/5 to retain the championship and its difficult to look too far past him.
Rafa Nadal is second favourite and is perhaps the best candidate to oust him after winning the 2017 tournament. You can back him at 4/1, with Wimbledon finalist Roger Federer an 11/2 shot.
An outside shot would probably be last year’s finalist Juan Martin del Potro at 25/1, but it’s difficult to look further than the Serbian Number 1 extending his dominance.
In the women’s singles, the betting market is seeing Serena Williams as the favourite. She continues her comeback after giving birth and is a 4/1 favourite.
Having not won the tournament since 2014 she’ll be desperate to, although will face tough opposition in Naomi Osaka at 9/1 and Ashleigh Barty (10/1).
Simona Halep looked dangerous throughout Wimbledon and beat Serena in the final so would be a good bet at 15/2, second favourite and we’d perhaps put our money on the Romanian who is having a fine year.
The US Open is a huge event and broadcast all over the world. In the UK Amazon currently have the rights to the tournament and you’ll find a US Open live stream on Amazon Prime.
You’ll also find a number of tennis live streams at bookmakers, with some of the biggest events around. The likes of 888sport, William Hill and Ladbrokes all have tennis streams, as well as many more, and can be accessed by placing a qualifying bet on the particular match in question.