US Open Tennis Betting Odds – With the US Open final is here, we look at the odds to win the US Open on both the men’s and women’s side of the draw, and look for possible value bets.
Serena Williams and Osaka are both listed at 7/2 to win the Open on the Women’s side, with others being listed at 6/1 and Azarenka listed at 14/1 to win the event.
On the men’s side of the bracket, Rafael Nadal is the defending champion but pulled out due to the Coronavirus pandemic and was listed as the clear favorite at 1/2 to win in the beginning. Number one seed Djankovic was disqualified after a melt-down that saw him hit a ball to the baseline and hit an umpire, he was listed next, at 3/1 to win the event at the time.
Obviously, on the men’s side of the draw, Federer was the clear favorite to win the event. However, we are looking for value here. That longshot that no one was expecting to win. If you want to take the safe bet, fine, choose Dominic since he is seeded higher. But let’s look at some possible choices that might make us some big money.
US Open Tennis Betting Odds – Men Singles
First off, on the women’s side of the draw. Naomi Osaka to win. She has a lot of fan support and has been playing well in 2019. The fans at Flushing Meadows are obviously very pro-American, so you might be wise to select an American or two as well. Osaka at 20/1 and Serena Williams at 12/1 offer good value to the savvy bettor. Serena was upset in the semis however by Victoria for Naomi to take the Finals and the winner of the 2020 US Open
US Open Tennis Betting Odds – women’s singles
On the Men’s Side of the draw, I like Dominic to win the finals at 15/1. He is an Austrian playing at Flushing Meadows, and he knows how to win. He is being coached by a competent coach now, who made his own magic on center court. What better story would there be than two of the unknowns when the tournament began to finish their individual cinderella stories.
US Open Tennis Betting Odds – Long Shots
What better story? How about Jennifer Brady at 83/1 making it to the semi-finals? Sure she was a long-shot, but she’ll have all of the fan support, and this will be his last time playing on center court at Flushing Meadows. Serena knows how to win, and she will be a clear emotional favorite. Sure he’s a stretch to win, but on 13/1, I would take this bet any day.