Men's Tennis Odds for 2019 US Open Favor Novak Djokovic

By Paul Shapiro
2015 U.S. Open - Day 14
2015 U.S. Open - Day 14 / Maddie Meyer/Getty Images

As has remained the theme for more than 15 years now, it looks like a three-horse race to win the 2019 US Open men's singles title. Three all-time greats in Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer have accounted for 11 of the last 15 titles at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center.

Djokovic, the defending US Open champion who also won the 2019 Australian Open and Wimbledon titles, leads with way, with +115 odds to win, according to FanDuel Sportsbook, followed by Nadal (+430) and Federer (+600).

There's a big drop-off in the odds from there with the next closest competitor being Alexander Zverev, coming in at +2600. Last year's finalist Juan Martin del Potro has +3600 odds and won the tournament in 2009. The most recent champion not named Djokovic or Nadal is Stan Wawrinka, who won in 2016. He has +4500 odds to win his second US Open title.

With the tournament still a few weeks away, these odds are sure to move following qualifiers and once wildcard entrants are confirmed.

US Open Tennis 2019 Dates

The US Open schedule for 2019 starts with qualifying on Monday, Aug. 19, and runs through the men's singles final on Sunday, Sept. 8. The main draw begins at 11 a.m. EST on Monday, Aug. 26.

Join FanDuel Sportsbook Today. New users get a risk-free bet up to $500. Join Now.