tennis odds US Open 2019

The US Open 2019 for men: Winner

Novak Djokovic2.252.10
Rafael Nadal6.004.50
Roger Federer7.006.00
Alexander Zverev15.0010.00
Juan Martin Del Potro19.0012.00
Stefanos Tsitsipas26.0015.00
Dominic Thiem26.0020.00
Marin Cilic26.0020.00
Nick Kyrgios34.0015.00
Milos Raonic34.0030.00
Kei Nishikori41.0025.00
Andy Murray51.0011.00
Stanislas Wawrinka51.0025.00
Denis Shapovalov51.0030.00
Kevin Anderson51.0030.00
Karen Khachanov61.0030.00
Matteo Berrettini61.0061.00
John Isner67.0050.00
David Goffin76.0050.00
Félix Auger-Aliassime81.0025.00
Daniil Medvedev81.0034.00
Reilly Opelka81.0081.00
Grigor Dimitrov101.0050.00
Chung Hyeon151.0034.00
Kyle Edmund151.0050.00
Roberto Bautista-Agut151.0050.00
Gaël Monfils151.0067.00
Lucas Pouille151.0075.00
Sam Querrey151.00151.00
Borna Coric201.0050.00
Andrey Rublev201.0075.00
Francis Tiafoe201.0081.00
Richard Gasquet251.0075.00
Tomáš Berdych251.00126.00
Hubert Hurkacz251.00151.00
Alexei Popyrin301.00301.00
Alex De Minaur401.00100.00
Jo-Wilfried Tsonga401.00101.00
Pablo Carreño Busta401.00101.00
Fabio Fognini401.00126.00
John Millman401.00401.00
Philipp Kohlschreiber401.00401.00
Steve Johnson401.00401.00
Taylor Fritz401.00401.00
Diego Schwartzman501.00100.00
Jack Sock501.00100.00
Adrian Mannarino501.00200.00
Fernando Verdasco501.00200.00
Hugo Dellien501.00501.00
Jan-Lennard Struff501.00501.00
Nikoloz Basilashvili601.00100.00
Gilles Simon601.00200.00
Bernard Tomic601.00601.00
Denis Kudla601.00601.00
Feliciano López601.00601.00
Jared Donaldson601.00601.00
Márton Fucsovics601.00601.00
Marius Copil601.00601.00
Mischa Zverev601.00601.00
Pablo Cuevas601.00601.00
Peter Gojowczyk601.00601.00
Pierre-Hugues Herbert601.00601.00
Cameron Norrie801.00201.00
Aljaž Bedene801.00801.00
Andreas Seppi801.00801.00
Benoit Paire801.00801.00
Damir Dzumhur801.00801.00
Denis Istomin801.00801.00
Filip Krajinovic801.00801.00
Jeremy Chardy801.00801.00
Jiri Vesely801.00801.00
Marcos Baghdatis801.00801.00
Matthew Ebden801.00801.00
Maximilian Marterer801.00801.00
Tennys Sandgren801.00801.00
Robin Haase901.00901.00
Albert Ramos1001.001001.00
Guido Pella1001.001001.00
Leonardo Mayer1001.001001.00
Mackenzie Mc Donald1001.001001.00
Nicolás Jarry1001.001001.00
Ryan Harrison1001.001001.00
Thanasi Kokkinakis1201.001201.00
Jaume Munar1501.001501.00
Laslo Djere1501.001501.00
Malek Jaziri1501.001501.00
Marco Cecchinato1501.001501.00
Martin Klizan1501.001501.00
Bradley Klahn2001.002001.00
Dusan Lajovic2001.002001.00
Evgeny Donskoy2001.002001.00
Federico Delbonis2001.002001.00
Guillermo García-López2001.002001.00
João Sousa2001.002001.00
Lorenzo Sonego2001.002001.00
Mikhail Kukushkin2001.002001.00
Vasek Pospisil2001.002001.00
Elias Ymer3001.003001.00
Ilya Ivashka3001.003001.00
Jozef Kovalík3001.003001.00
Lukas Lacko3001.003001.00
Mirza Bašic3001.003001.00
Roberto Carballés Baena3001.003001.00
Taro Daniel3001.003001.00
Yüichi Sugita3001.003001.00
Yuki Bhambri3001.003001.00
Jason Kubler5001.005001.00

US Open 2019 Men’s Singles

The 2019 US Open is scheduled to take place between Monday 26th August and Sunday 8th September. The event will be played at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, New York. Many tennis fans know the venue as Flushing Meadows and everyone will be looking forward to seeing the top players on the ATP Tour compete for the men’s singles title.

Novak Djokovic will arrive in New York as the defending champion following his victory over Juan Martin del Potro in the final last year. The Serbian won the match in three sets and in doing so claimed the title for the third time in his career.

The world number one at the time of writing, Djokovic has enjoyed his recent visits to the US Open and has reached the final on each of his last three attempts, winning it twice.  Regardless of what happens in the lead up to the tournament, Djokovic will be looking forward to his return to Flushing Meadows and he is the favourite to win the US Open 2019 men’s singles title.

However, you must go back to 2008 to find the last time we had a back-to-back champion in the US Open men’s singles so it will be interesting to see if that changes.

Rafael Nadal will hope to have claimed the French Open title and could be competing to win his second or third Grand Slam of the season at the US Open. The Spaniard reached the semi-final of this tournament last year only to withdraw due to injury and that prevented him from defending the title he won in 2018.

Nadal’s favourite surface is clay but he has won the US Open three times in his career and will be looking to move above Djokovic in the multiple champions list by winning his fourth title this year.  Nadal appears to have put the fitness doubts behind him and if he shows the form he produced on the hard courts of the Australian Open, he is sure to come close to winning the 2019 US Open.

Referring to the last back-to-back champion in the men’s singles at the US Open, we come to Roger Federer. The Swiss has won the US Open five times and needs one more victory to become the most successful male player in the open era.

However, Federer’s win in 2008 was the last time he tasted success at the US Open and the Swiss has only twice made the final since then, the most recent of which was in 2015 against Djokovic. His recent record of a quarter-final and fourth round defeat in 2017 and 2018 respectively suggests Federer will struggle to get beyond five US Open titles.

Moving out from Federer and we already begin to get into longer odds with Alexander Zverev, Juan Martin del Potro and Andy Murray next in the betting. The fitness of the latter two players is questionable which means in the eyes of the bookies, only Zverev has any real hope of challenging Djokovic, Nadal and Federer in the 2019 US Open men’s singles.