Men's US Open Betting & Odds - Tennis Competitions

Each year, one of the most prestigious tournaments in tennis takes place on American soil: the U.S. Open Tennis Championship. Played in Flushing Meadows, NY, this must-see competition is the last of the year's four Grand Slam tournaments.

Just before the start of the US Open, there are two Masters 1000 tournaments played on hard outdoor courts in Toronto and Cincinnati. For this American tour, bet on the ATP Toronto tournament. The tournaments leading up to the US Open are always good indicators of the form of the tennis players.

Betting on the US Open Men

The US Open tennis tournament starts in the last week of August and will end with the men's singles final in mid-September.

Given the prestige of the US Open, it is certain that all able-bodied tennis professionals will be competing in Queens at the end of August. Competitive matches always present good sports betting opportunities. You can bet on the winner using bwin's live betting feature.

With large sums of money distributed to the best players, competition against each other will be fierce players hope to cash in on what will be one of the biggest prize pools in tennis history.

Recommended bets on the US Open

Not many US Open winners reach the finals by chance. The last ten winners had already reached at least the quarter-finals and had at least 120 wins on this surface under their belts.

Wagering on a confirmed fit and in-form tennis player will almost always lead punters on the path to betting success.

The US Open is famous for its night-time matches. It's New York tennis — loud and hoarse. Some of the best games of the year are held at night, and Ashe Stadium has a roof to ensure that matches can carry on, even if it rains.

Betting on the future grand slam winner

The top ten players in the ATP rankings have dominated the US Open tournament for the past ten years. Tennis betting is available on all ATP & WTA tournaments.

Nine of the last ten winners of this US Grand Slam tournament have been in the top 6 of the men's tennis rankings. It shows how dominant the top players are and narrows the list of potential US Open crown contenders quite considerably.


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