The US Open will be starting very soon, and as such now is the best time to try and secure some higher than average odds on the players you think are going to perform well in that tennis tournament, but there are certainly a lot of players for you to choose from of course.
Below I will give you some idea of the current state of the early betting markets on the Men’s US Open, but please do ensure that you shop around and compare the individual odds available on any player you rate from several of our featured betting sites.
You are going to have to act quickly if you want to bet on Djokovic at 6/5 for those odds have been dropping recently and if he plays up to his usual form then there is a very good chance those odds will continue to drop too.
As for the next best backed player on the early betting markets, well as you would expect that player is Nadal, but whether he is going to win this year we will all have to wait and see but right now you should be able to secure odds on him winning this tournament of 9/2.
One half of the win odds are what you are going to be paid out at if you bet each way on this tournament and your player finishes in first or second place and the full odds will also be paid out to you on the win part of that bet if your player does win too.
The player that some punters have been pinning their hopes on and backing each way is Federer for at his current win odds of 5/1 there is certainly some value to be had by backing him each-way instead of backing him via an outright win type of bet.
More Players Odds
The odds do get much bigger the least likely a player is to win this tournament, and some others that you may or may not fancy backing including the likes of Medvedev who is a 18/1 shot along with Zverev who can be backed at even higher odds of 20/1.
I would certainly check out betting exchanges such as our top rated Betfair betting exchange if you want to back any of the other players as you are bound to find much higher odds than any bookie will be offering you.
Four other tennis players that have a tiny chance of success and may just be players that you are prepared to back either to win or each-way include Tsitsipas at 25/1 and Nishikori, Thiem and Cilic are all there for the taking at odds of at the very least 28/1 too.