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If you want to understand U.S. Open odds tennis markets, it’s a good idea to familiarize yourself with the American odds format.
In the futures US Open odds 2021 winner market, most players’ odds will be a positive number. That’s because of the difficulty of picking a player to go all the way to win the US Open. However, in the US Open odds moneyline markets for individual matches, there will usually be a player with a negative odds value and one with a positive odds value. The negative price denotes the pre-match favorite, while the positive price denotes the pre-match underdog.
Let’s say that Novak Djokovic was priced at +200 in the futures odds to win US Open 2021. If you placed a $100 wager on him to win this year’s tournament, you will receive a return of $200 if he wins, and your $100 stake will be returned.
In another example, if you wanted to bet on Novak Djokovic’s US Open odds in his second-round match, where he is priced as a short-priced -500 favorite, you would need to wager $500 to win $100.
A quick glance at the US Open tennis betting odds grids suggests there is a clear pre-tournament favorite in the men’s event. Serbian Novak Djokovic is available at a best price of +140 with DraftKings Sportsbook and Unibet. Djokovic is chasing a Grand Slam in 2021, having won the Australian Open and French Open already, with Wimbledon and the US Open firmly in his sights.
It’s hard to split the second favorites Daniil Medvedev and Rafael Nadal, with the pair both available at +650 in the futures market. Tennis legend Roger Federer still cannot be discounted as joint-fifth pre-tournament favorite priced at +1400 with DraftKings, FanDuel and Unibet.
In the ladies’ market, it appears to be a more wide-open tournament. Japanese ace Naomi Osaka is the pre-tournament favorite priced at +470 with FanDuel. Osaka won the US Open in 2020 and is bidding for back-to-back titles at Flushing Meadows. Australian Ashleigh Barty is the second favorite at +850 with FanDuel, while home favorite Serena Williams is still well-fancied with the leading US sportsbooks. The 39-year-old is available at odds as short as +1000 with FanDuel and William Hill. Williams shares the record for most ladies’ titles won at the US Open with Chris Evert (six) and remains a feared competitor on hard courts.
here are multiple ways you can get involved with betting on the 2021 US Open. Most of the leading US sportsbooks listed within our US Open odds tennis betting grids operate multiple markets aside from outright picks. You can get involved with set betting, wagering on the end result in sets. Alternatively, you can try to beat the spread by wagering on game handicaps, which see the pre-match underdogs begin with a head start. It’s also possible to build your own US Open odds parlay, covering multiple matches in a single day’s play for huge potential payouts.
If you are looking at the odds to win US Open 2021 and struggling to pick a winner, let’s run through some of the key statistics that could help you make a winning selection.
Unlike some Grand Slam tournaments like the French Open and Wimbledon, which have been monopolized by Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer through the years, the US Open tends to have different winners every year. Since 2009, there has had seven different US Open winners in the men’s tournament. It’s a similar story in the ladies’ tournament, although Naomi Osaka has won two of the last three US Opens in 2020 and 2018 respectively.
This means that any of the leading entrants could be competing for the US Open 2021 title, some of which are available at attractive odds.
Based on recent form so far in the 2021 ATP and WTA seasons, Novak Djokovic is the stand-out competitor in the men’s draw. Meanwhile Australian women’s world number-one Ashleigh Barty is well clear at the top of the rankings. However, her injury sustained at the recent French Open could put her US Open preparations in jeopardy.
In the men’s US Open odds tennis market, it’s no surprise to see Novak Djokovic lead the way as the outright pre-tournament favorite. The Serbian has won the 2021 French Open and Australian Open and is bidding for a Grand Slam clean sweep by winning this year’s Wimbledon and US Open titles too. In the ladies’ market, Japanese reigning 2020 US Open champion Naomi Osaka is this year’s pre-tournament favorite to win back-to-back trophies in New York.
If you want to ensure you don’t miss the chance to wager on the latest US Open tennis betting odds, make sure you put 30 August 2021 in your diary. That is when the US Open 2021 commences in New York City, with the closing men’s final scheduled to conclude on 12 September.
Date: Aug 24 – Sep 12, 2021
The US Open Tennis Championships in 2021 will once again be hosted at Flushing Meadows in New York. The tournament is played at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, within Flushing Meadows-Corona Park in the Queens suburb of New York City. Flushing Meadows has been the iconic home of the US Open since 1978.
There are multiple betting markets available for the US Open odds, aside from the outright winner market. You can wager on individual matches in the US Open 2021 schedule by betting on the Moneyline markets. Alternatively, most leading US sportsbooks offer set betting markets, allowing you to wager on how many sets will be played in an upcoming match – based on the best-of-five-set Grand Slam format or the best-of-three-set format for the ladies’ tournament.
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