US Open Betting
US Open - Mens Singles 2019 - Outright
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US Open - Womens Singles 2019 - Outright
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US Open Odds
The end of August sees the final Grand Slam event of the year as the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center witnesses which players can last the pace on the hard blue courts of New York. And here at BetVictor we’ll bring you all the latest US Open winner odds in the men’s and women’s singles tournament, along with the men’s, women’s and mixed doubles.
No doubt due to its position at the back end of a gruelling tennis season, the US Open is the only one of the four majors to introduce tie-breaks into final sets, rather than playing until a player wins by two games as expected in the Australian Open, Wimbledon and French Open.
It makes for gripping contests with every player knowing that they can leave everything on the court as the games progress, and along with the outrights in both the Men’s and Women’s singles, we’ll have US Open tennis odds and markets for each game in every round, with live In-Play Game Betting and Set Betting available alongside Match Betting.
Unlike some of the other Slams, the US Open has seen a variety of winners lift the trophy at Flushing Meadows, with the men’s tournament having been won by the likes of Stan Wawrinka, Marin Cilic and Juan Martin Del Potro in recent years, alongside the traditional heavyweights such as Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray.
Similarly, in the women’s tournament Sloane Stephens, Angelique Kerber, Flavia Pennetta and Samantha Stosur have all succeeded in the years when multiple-winner Serena Williams has failed. It leaves the US Open betting wide open year after year and ensures it remains a firm favourite tournament for those who love to bet on tennis.
Bet on Tennis
Along with the US Open betting odds, we also have further tennis oddsr the latest markets in the season’s three other majors; the Australian Open, Wimbledon and the French Open, while making room in our diary for the ATP Tour’s other key events, from the Davis Cup to the ATP Finals that bring the season to a close at the O2 Arena in November.