Odds to win the US Open Tennis Championships: Swiatek, Alcaraz favourites to win
Photos by Alastair Grant and Mark Blinch/AP. Iga Swiatek and Carlos Alcaraz are the women's and men's favourites to win the US Open.

Tennis' final major is quickly approaching and we're checking in to see who has the best odds to win the US Open as of August 17.

The latest: Carlos Alcaraz holds a slight edge over Novak Djokovic as the odds-on favourite to win the men's draw of the US Open. Iga Swiatek, meanwhile, is the favourite to win on the women's side after winning it all in 2022.

Check out our latest US Open odds below.

US Open odds

We'll first start with the men's side, which features the sport's two biggest superstars at the top.

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Carlos Alcaraz+140
Novak Djokovic+175
Daniil Medvedev+600
Jannik Sinner+900
Holger Rune +3,000
Stefanos Tsitsipas+3,300
Casper Ruud+3,300
Alexander Zverev+3,300
Frances Tiafoe+5,000
Hubert Hurkacz+5,000
Andrey Rublev+5,000
Taylor Fritz+5,000
Sebastian Korda+5,000
Karen Khachanov+5,000

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Best men's US Open odds

The reigning US Open champion is the favourite to repeat in 2023.

Alcaraz's status as the 2022 winner isn't the only reason he tops the board. His victory over Djokovic at Wimbledon is a big factor as well.

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The Spaniard is also enjoying a fair amount of success on the hardcourts this year, most recently advancing to the quarterfinal at the National Bank Open while winning the Indian Wells Open earlier in the season.

It may be a little unsettling to wager on someone who owns a losing record (6-8) on the hardcourts this year, but hear us out.

Ruud has proven to be a formidable competitor on this surface in the past. He was the finalist at last year's event and had a 34-14 combined record on the outdoor hardcourts in 2021 and 2022.

His consistency at Grand Slam events goes unnoticed, too. Although he's still searching for his first major title, he has been to the final in three of the last six tournaments.

It'll be interesting to see how his draw shakes out, but in the meantime, we're happily taking him at these odds.

US Open odds: Women's side

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Iga Swiatek+225
Aryna Sabalenka+450
Elena Rybakina+650
Coco Gauff+900
Jessica Pegula+1,200
Ons Jabeur+1,600
Karolina Muchova+1,800
Qinwen Zheng+2,500
Veronika Kudermetova+3,000
Mirra Andreeva+3,000
Marketa Vondrousova+3,000
Caroline Garcia+3,000
Elina Svitolina+3,000
Barbora Krejcikova+3,300
Liudmila Samsonova+3,300
Maria Sakkari+4,000
Madison Keys+4,000
Belinda Bencic+4,000
Petra Kvitova+4,000
Beatriz Haddad Maia+5,000
Jelena Ostapenko+5,000
Danielle Collins+5,000
Paula Badosa+5,000

Like Alcaraz, Swiatek is also the defending champ and favourite to win again in 2023.

This is a pivotal tournament for Swiatek as she aims to claim her second Grand Slam of the calendar. After winning two majors in 2022, it would feel like a bit of a step back if she doesn't add another here.

The talented Polish tennis star owns an excellent 25-5 record on the hardcourts this year and a 116-34 record overall. She most recently earned a quarterfinal appearance at the National Bank Open and a win in her home country at the Warsaw Open.

A win at Flushing Meadows would be the fifth major of her career.

Samsonova showed at the National Bank Open that she can deliver a high level of play on this surface, even under suboptimal circumstances.

She advanced to the tournament final despite twice having to play two matches on the same day. She played in both the semifinal and final on Aug. 13 and after expending plenty of energy in a comeback win over Elena Rybakina, lost to Jessica Pegula.

Nobody is going to fault her for that, though, and after a first-round loss at the Western and Southern Open, we're viewing the added rest time before this tournament as a positive.

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