Odds to win the US Open Tennis Championships: The tournament is wide open
Jannik Sinner narrowly avoided an upset in the first round of the US Open. Jannik Sinner narrowly avoided an upset in the first round of the US Open. Photo by John Minchillo/AP.

Fans will be hoping the US Open Tennis Championships can follow up a spectacular, high-drama Wimbledon.

The latest: The US Open is almost here. The men’s field is wide open at Flushing Meadows as Novak Djokovic and Roger Federer are out while Rafael Nadal deals with an abdominal injury.

Here are the latest US Open odds.

US Open odds

PlayerOdds (Current)Odds (August 25)
Daniil Medvedev+230+210
Rafael Nadal+350+400
Carlos Alcaraz+500+500
Nick Kyrgios+750+900
Matteo Berrettini+1,100+2,500
Jannik Sinner+1,500+1,500
Felix Auger-Aliassime+2,500+2,500
Borna Coric+2,500+2,500
Casper Ruud+2,500+5,000
Cameron Norrie+3,300+5,000
Hubert Hurkacz+4,000+4,000

Odds as of 10:24 a.m. on 08/31/2022.

Check out the latest odds to win the US Open.

Best US Open odds

The favourite: Daniil Medvedev (+230)

The last Grand Slam winner who isn't a member of the Djokovic, Federer and Nadal big three is now the favourite to win this one.

With Nadal and Djokovic winning all of the majors so far this year, Medvedev's win at the US Open in 2021 marks the last time someone other than that trio won at a Grand Slam.

Medvedev started his US Open with a convincing 6-2, 6-4, 6-0 win over Stefan Kozlov. His serve was excellent as the Russian racked up 10 aces and zero double faults.

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The 26-year-old is the highest-ranked singles player in the world. He didn't lose any ground in the rankings despite the ban on Russian and Belorussian competitors at Wimbledon.

Medvedev competed for the first time since June at the Los Cabos Open earlier in August. He won the tournament without dropping a set. He then followed that up with a loss in his opening match at the National Bank Open to Aussie Nick Kyrgios and a semifinal loss to Stefanos Tsitsipas at the Western & Southern Open.

There's good reason for Medvedev's status as the favourite.

Other US Open choices

Best value: Jannik Sinner (+1,500)

Sinner's opening-round match didn't go as planned but he can still go on a run at this tournament.

The Italian needed five sets to down German Daniel Altmaier and spent three hours and 35 minutes on the court. Winning quickly in straight sets would've been the optimal outcome, but sometimes some early-round adversity can be a positive.

A solid run at Wimbledon and quality performances on the hardcourt this year, however, have us eyeing Sinner as a value bet at the US Open.

The 21-year-old advanced to the quarterfinals at the All England Club and can feel extremely good about his performance. He took the eventual tournament winner, Djokovic, to five sets in what was the only match at Wimbledon where the Serbian played more than four sets.

Jannik Sinner has been playing some excellent tennis and has performed well on the hardcourt. Photo by Alastair Grant/AP.

Sinner's brightest moment at The Championships was his win over Carlos Alcaraz in the fourth round. The 20-year-old disposed of the ascending Spaniard in four sets, with his only set loss coming via tiebreak.

Sinner has also been excellent on the hardcourt in 2022. He's 18-5 on the surface this year, with wins over Wimbledon finalist Kyrgios and world No. 4 Alcaraz. Sinner's success on the hardcourt isn't anything new, either.

He won the Citi Open, Sofia Open, and European Open in 2021 and all of those events are played on hardcourt. He owns a career record of 66-33 on the surface.

Additionally, he recently won the Croatia Open. He's a great value.

Player to watch: Cameron Norrie (+3,300)

Norrie makes sense if you're looking to back someone with longer odds.

The Brit took care of business in the first round, downing France's Benoit Paire 6-0, 7-6, 6-0. The 27-year-old won the match in a mere one hour and 40 minutes.

You can actually draw a lot of comparisons between Norrie and Sinner. The Brit is coming off of a lengthy run at Wimbledon that saw him reach the semifinal. Just like the Italian, a loss to Djokovic ended his tournament.

Cameron Norrie advanced all the way to the semifinal at Wimbledon. Photo by Gerald Herbert/AP.

Norrie has also enjoyed success on the hardcourt. His 48-21 record on the surface since the start of 2021 and 196-85 career record best exemplify that.

At the beginning of the month, he actually made it all the way to the final of the Los Cabos Open before losing to Medvedev. The 27-year-old most recently advanced to the semifinal of the Western & Southern Open before losing to eventual winner Borna Coric.

Norrie won a pair of hardcourt tournaments in the Los Cabos Open and BNP Paribas Open in 2021. In 2022 he won the Delray Beach Open, which is also played on hardcourt.

Norrie is an excellent pivot when picking someone further down the board.

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