US Open Tennis Betting Odds: The Favorites Keep on Falling

Upsets continue to run wild at the 2022 US Open with Nick Kyrgios losing in five sets after being favored to win his first Grand Slam. Garfia now stands as the solo betting favorite. Check out the latest US Open odds for the men's and women's sides.

Last Updated: Sep 7, 2022 9:41 AM ET Read Time: 5 min
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Hardcourt season is upon us, and that means the tennis betting world shifts its eyes towards the final Grand Slam of the season — the US Open — taking place at Flushing Meadows.

The theme of upsets has been evident throughout the tournament, and that continued last night when the betting favorite Nick Kyrgios lost in five sets. On the women's side, Coco Gauff couldn't find her groove, losing in straight sets to Caroline Garcia.

With the quarterfinal round wrapping up today, here's the latest look at the odds to win the 2022 US Open at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center, held from August 29 to September 11.

Odds to win US Open men's singles

Players Odds to win
Carlos Alcaraz Garfia +160
Casper Rudd +300
Jannik Sinner +400
Karen Khachanov +500
Frances Tiafoe +900
Andrey Rublev  +900

Odds courtesy of DraftKings as of September 7, 2022.

Favorite to win the US Open 2022 men's championship

Carlos Alcaraz Garfia (+160)

Moving into first place on the board is the 19-year-old prodigy, who is just two wins away from capturing his first Grand Slam title. Garfia's odds originally opened at +450, but with favorite after favorite falling, he can now be found at +160 to win it all. Garfia beat Marin Cilic in five sets in the Round of 16 and will face his toughest challenge yet Wednesday night when he squares off against Jannik Sinner.

Casper Ruud (+300)

Not many people look as good as Casper Ruud does right now. The Norweigan has already made one Grand Slam final this year and he looks poised to make it to another. The 23-year-old won in straight sets in his quarterfinal match and now faces Karen Khachanov for a place in the championship.

Jannik Sinner (+400)

Jannik Sinner rounds out the Top 3, sitting at +400 ahead of his quarterfinal matchup against Garfia. This is the third Grand Slam quarterfinal Sinner has made it to this year, but a win Wednesday night would mark his first semifinal appearance in a major.

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Odds to win US Open women's singles

Player Odds to win
Iga Swiatek +200
Caroline Garcia  +200
Ons Jabeur  +450
Aryna Sabalenka  +700
Jessica Pegula +900
Karolina Pliskova +1,100

Odds courtesy of DraftKings as of September 7, 2022.

Favorite to win the 2022 US Open Women's Championship

Iga Swiatek (+200)

The No. 1-ranked player in the world leads the way as Iga Swiatek tops the odds board.

At just 21 years of age, Swiatek is already a two-time Grand Slam winner, including capturing yet another French Open Championship this season. Oddsmakers believe this is the year the Polish sensation captures her first US Open title. Swiatek will look to advance to the semifinals with a win in her match against Jessica Pegula Wednesday night.

Caroline Garcia (+200)

Garcia, the 17th-ranked player in the world, kicked off her US Open with a straight-sets victory over Kamilla Rakhimova and followed it up with an even more dominant showing against Anna Kalinskaya.

The 28-year-old has advanced beyond the third round at the US Open for the first time in her singles career and has shown no signs of slowing down, beating Coco Gauff in straight sets to advance to the semifinals. Garcia will face off against Ons Jabeur Thursday night.

Ons Jabeur (+450)

Ons Jabeur will take on Garcia in the semifinal on Thursday.

The No. 5-ranked player is just one win away from making back-to-back Grand Slam finals, and is currently +450 to capture her first Grand Slam title. Jabeur looks to be in a good rhythm at the moment, winning her past two matches in straight sets.

Previous US Open singles champions

Here are the US Open singles champions for the last 10 years, with Djokovic and Nadal (unsurprisingly) dominating the tournament with a combined six of the past 10 men's titles. On the women's side, there has been a different champion in five of the last six tournaments, and this year is shaping up to again have a new champion come the final Saturday.

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

US Open trends

  • The last non-European player to win the Men’s Singles title was Juan Martin del Potro in 2009.
  • Roger Federer is the only player to repeat as Men’s Singles champion since 2000, winning five consecutive titles (2004-08).
  • The United States have produced 19 US Open champions in the Open era. Australia and Spain are tied for second with six champions each.
  • 48% of all Men’s Singles champions since 2000 have won the final match in straight sets.

How to bet on US Open odds

Tennis betting is most commonly done with moneyline odds for a match. Each player is assigned a moneyline price and bettors can wager on which one they think will win. Sportsbooks also offer futures odds for each tournament, where you can bet on which player will win that specific tournament. 

Tennis futures odds usually look like this:

  • Player A +600

This means that on a $100 bet, you'll stand to win $600 if Player A wins the tournament. If it's close to the end of a tournament or one player has been particularly dominant, you might see someone with a minus sign (-) ahead of their odds:

  • Player B -120

This means that you would need to wager $120 to win $100 on Player B winning the tournament.

Above we have posted the American odds for the US Open. However, these are easy to convert to decimal odds or fractional odds with our odds converter tool.

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