Men's & Women's US Open Tennis Odds for 2019

David Hayes
2019 French Open - Day Fourteen
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When Does the 2019 US Open Start?

The 139th edition of The US Open

Date: Monday, Aug. 26 - Sunday, Sept. 8, 2019

Location: USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center – New York, NY

Surface: Outdoor Hard Court

US Open Tennis Schedule 2019

Aug. 19 - Aug. 23: Qualifying

Aug. 26 - Aug. 27: 1st Round

Aug. 28 - Aug. 29: 2nd Round

Aug. 30 - Aug. 31: 3rd Round

Sept. 1 - Sept. 2: Round of 16

Sept. 3 - Sept. 4: Quarterfinals

Sept. 5: Women's Semifinals

Sept. 6: Men's Semifinals

Sept. 7: Women's Final

Sept. 8: Men's Final

Men's Odds to Win US Open 2019

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Men's Favorites to Win US Open 2019

All US Open betting lines, odds and prop bets are available on FanDuel Sportsbook.

Moneyline Favorites:

Novak Djokovic (+145)

- Rafael Nadal (+470)

- Roger Federer (+650)

- Alexander Zverev (+1100)

- Juan Martin del Potro (+1600)

Women's Odds to Win US Open 2019

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Who Won the Men's US Open Final in 2018?

Novak Djokovic defeated Juan Martin del Potro in last year's US Open Men's Singles Final to win the third US Open title of his career.

Who Won the Women's US Open Final Last Year in 2018?

Naomi Osaka defeated Serena Williams in last year's US Open Women's Singles Final to win the first US Open title of her career.

US Open Betting Trends

- Novak Djokovic (+145) has won two of the last four US Open titles and appeared in three of the last four US Open Finals.

- Roger Federer (+650) is tied with Jimmy Connors and Pete Sampras for the most Men's Singles US Open titles in the Open Era (1968-present) with five (2004-08).

- Rafael Nadal (+470), Federer and Djokovic have combined to win 11 of the last 15 US Open Men's Singles titles. Stan Wawrinka (2016), Marin Cilic (2014), Andy Murray (2012) and del Potro (2009) are the other champions since 2004.

- Serena Williams (+300) is the favorite to win this year Women's Singles US Open title. Since she won title three years in a row, from 2012-14, there have been four different winners, including last year's champion Naomi Osaka, who has +650 odds to win again in 2019.


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