2021 US Open Odds Tracker

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Barring any coronavirus-related delays, the 2021 U.S. Open is scheduled to to start on August 30th and be played until September 12, 2021. This year’s event will take place at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows, New York.

2020 US Open Winners

The 2020 US Open saw Naomi Osaka earning the Women’s title, and Dominic Thiem winning the Men’s. Thiem won by defeating first time Grand Slam finalist Alexander Zverev in a five-set match. Osaka won her title by defeating Victoria Azarenka in three sets, winning her second US Open title and third Grand Slam title overall.

The previous year’s winners were Rafael Nadal and Bianca Andreescu, but both decided not to compete due to COVID-19 pandemic safety concerns.

2021 Men’s US Open Winner Odds Tracker

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    2021 Men’s US Open Odds – All Competitors

    Team Odds
    Novak Djokovic +100
    Dominic Thiem +509
    Daniil Medvedev +589
    Rafael Nadal +628
    Roger Federer +900
    Alexander Zverev +1200
    Stefanos Tsitsipas +1300
    Andrey Rublev +2700
    Jannik Sinner +3100
    Milos Raonic +3400
    Denis Shapovalov +3500
    Stanislas Wawrinka +5100
    Karen Khachanov +5500
    Felix Auger Aliassime +6300
    Matteo Berrettini +6800
    Pablo Carreno-Busta +7100
    Roberto Bautista-Agut +8500
    Gael Monfils +10500
    David Goffin +11100
    Diego Sebastian Schwartzman +13100
    Fabio Fognini +15800

    Odds as of January 18, 2021 - 02:20am ET

    Novak Djokovic is the current favourite to claim the Men’s Singles title in 2021, while Dominic Thiem, last year’s winner, is the second favourite to repeat.

    2021 Women’s US Open Winner Odds Tracker

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      2021 Women’s US Open Odds – All Competitors

      Team Odds
      Naomi Osaka +572
      Bianca Vanessa Andreescu +800
      Ashleigh Barty +900
      Iga Swiatek +900
      Simona Halep +1000
      Serena Williams +1000
      Victoria Azarenka +1200
      Karolina Pliskova +1300
      Petra Kvitova +1300
      Sofia Kenin +1300
      Garbine Muguruza Blanco +1400
      Madison Keys +1800
      Aryna Sabalenka +1900
      Jennifer Brady +2000
      Cori Gauff +2100
      Elina Svitolina +2100
      Johanna Konta +2300
      Angelique Kerber +2400
      Elise Mertens +2400
      Kiki Bertens +2400
      Belinda Bencic +2500
      Elena Rybakina +3200
      Amanda Anisimova +3500
      Dayana Yastremska +3500
      Marketa Vondrousova +3600
      Leylah Annie Fernandez +4100
      Sloane Stephens +4200
      Maria Sakkari +4500
      Karolina Muchova +4600
      Petra Martic +4700
      Danielle Rose Collins +5100
      Caty Mcnally +5300
      Alison Riske +5600
      Jelena Ostapenko +6100
      Clara Tauson +6900
      Anastasia Potapova +6900
      Donna Vekic +6900

      Odds as of December 31, 2020 - 03:51am ET

      2020 Women’s US Open winner, 23-year-old Naomi Osaka, is the current favourite to repeat as champion.

      2021 US Open Schedule

      Session Date Start Time Match Schedule
      1 Mon 30 Aug Day 11.00am Men’s / Women’s 1st Round
      2 Mon 30 Aug Night 7.00pm Men’s / Women’s 1st Round
      3 Tue 31 Aug Day 11.00am Men’s / Women’s 1st Round
      4 Tue 31 Aug Night 7.00pm Men’s / Women’s 1st Round
      5 Wed 1 Sep Day 11.00am Men’s / Women’s 2nd Round
      6 Wed 1 Sep Night 7.00pm Men’s / Women’s 2nd Round
      7 Thu 2 Sep Day 11.00am Men’s / Women’s 2nd Round
      8 Thu 2 Sep Night 7.00pm Men’s / Women’s 2nd Round
      9 Fri 3 Sep Day 11.00am Men’s / Women’s 3rd Round
      10 Fri 3 Sep Night 7.00pm Men’s / Women’s 3rd Round
      11 Sat 4 Sep Day 11.00am Men’s / Women’s 3rd Round
      12 Sat 4 Sep Night 7.00pm Men’s / Women’s 3rd Round

      How to Bet on 2021 US Open Tennis

      Closer to the date of the 2021 US Open, there will be a variety of betting odds available on the event. Not only will you be able to wager on the overall winners of the tournament, you’ll also be able to place bets on the individual matches, as well as special props like how far specific players will make it in the tournament.