Upsets continue to abound at the 2022 US Open, with Nick Kyrgios losing in five sets despite being heavily favored to win his first Grand Slam. Garfia is now OKBet’s sole betting favorite. Check out the most recent US Open odds for men’s and women’s teams.
The hardcourt season has begun, and the OKBet tennis betting world is turning its attention to the season’s final Grand Slam, the US Open, which will be held at Flushing Meadows.
The theme of upsets has persisted throughout the tournament, and it was reinforced last night when OKBet sports betting favorite Nick Kyrgios was defeated in five sets. Coco Gauff struggled to find her groove on the women’s side, losing in straight sets to Caroline Garcia.
With the quarterfinal round completed today, here is the most recent look at the odds to win the 2022 US Open, which will be held from August 29 to September 11 at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center.
Men’s singles odds to win the US Open
|Players||Odds to win|
|Carlos Alcaraz Garfia||+160|
Favorite to win the US Open men’s championship in 2022
(+160) Carlos Alcaraz Garfia
The 19-year-old prodigy, who is just two wins away from his first Grand Slam title, has moved into first place on the leaderboard. Garfia’s odds were initially +450, but with favorite after favorite falling, he is now +160 to win it all. Garfia defeated Marin Cilic in five sets in the Round of 16 and will face his most difficult test yet Wednesday night when he takes on Jannik Sinner.
(+300) Casper Ruud
Few people look as good as Casper Ruud right now. The Norwegian has already reached one Grand Slam final this year and appears to be on his way to another. The 23-year-old won his quarterfinal match in straight sets and will now face Karen Khachanov for a place in the championship.
(+400) Jannik Sinner
Jannik Sinner completes the Top 3 at +400 ahead of his quarterfinal matchup against Garfia. Sinner has reached three Grand Slam quarterfinals this year, but a win on Wednesday night would be his first major semifinal appearance.
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Women’s singles odds to win the US Open
|Player||Odds to win|
Favorite to win the US Open Women’s Championship in 2022
(+200) Iga Swiatek
Iga Swiatek, the world’s top-ranked player, leads the way with the best odds.
Swiatek, who is only 21 years old, has already won two Grand Slams, including another French Open title this season. The oddsmakers predict that the Polish sensation will win her first US Open title this year. Swiatek will look to advance to the semifinals with a victory over Jessica Pegula on Wednesday night.
(+200) Caroline Garcia
Garcia, the world’s 17th-ranked player, began her US Open campaign with a straight-sets win over Kamilla Rakhimova and followed it up with an even more dominant performance against Anna Kalinskaya.
For the first time in her singles career, the 28-year-old has advanced beyond the third round of the US Open and has shown no signs of slowing down, defeating Coco Gauff in straight sets to reach the semifinals. Garcia will face Ons Jabeur on Thursday night.
(+450) Ons Jabeur
Garcia will face Ons Jabeur in the semifinals on Thursday.
The No. 5 seed is one win away from reaching back-to-back Grand Slam finals, and she is currently +450 to win her first Grand Slam title. Jabeur appears to be in good form right now, having won her last two matches in straight sets.
Former US Open singles champions
Here are the last ten US Open singles champions, with Djokovic and Nadal (unsurprisingly) dominating the tournament, winning six of the last ten men’s titles. On the women’s side, a new champion has emerged in five of the last six tournaments, and the final Saturday of this year is shaping up to be the same.
|Year||Men’s Champion||Women’s Champion|
|2021||Danill Medvedev||Emma Raducanu|
|2020||Dominic Thiem||Naomi Osaka|
|2019||Rafael Nadal||Bianca Andreescu|
|2018||Novak Djokovic||Naomi Osaka|
|2017||Rafael Nadal||Sloane Stephens|
|2016||Stan Wawrinka||Angelique Kerber|
|2015||Novak Djokovic||Flavia Pennetta|
|2014||Marin Cilic||Serena Williams|
|2013||Rafael Nadal||Serena Williams|
|2012||Andy Murray||Serena Williams|
|2011||Novak Djokovic||Samantha Stosur|
How to Place a Bet on US Open Odds
Tennis betting is most commonly done with match moneyline odds. Each player is assigned a moneyline price, and bettors can place bets on who they believe will win. Sportsbooks also provide futures odds for each tournament, allowing you to wager on which player will win that particular tournament.
Tennis futures odds are typically displayed as follows:
+600 for Player A
This means that if Player A wins the tournament, you stand to win $600 on a $100 bet. If a tournament is nearing its conclusion or one player has been particularly dominant, you may notice someone with a minus sign (-) ahead of their odds:
-120 for Player B
This means you’d have to bet $120 to win $100 if Player B won the tournament.
The American odds for the US Open are shown above. However, using our odds converter tool, you can easily convert these to decimal or fractional odds.
FAQs on US Open Tennis Odds
Who are the betting favorites for the US Open in 2022?
The men’s betting favorite to win the 2022 US Open is Nick Kyrgios (+225), and the women’s betting favorite is Iga Swiatek (+200).
Who is the current US Open champion?
Danill Medvedev won the men’s singles title at the 2021 US Open, while Emma Raducanu won the women’s title.
When and where will the US Open in 2022 begin?
The 2022 US Open will be held at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in New York from August 29 to September 11.