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WTA - US Open 2022 - WinnerBetting deadline: 04.10.21 08:00
5.90Osaka, Naomi5.90Barty, Ashleigh
6.85Raducanu, Emma9.80Sabalenka, Aryna
12.70Swiatek, Iga12.70Muguruza, Garbine
14.70Halep, Simona14.70Andreescu, Bianca
16.60Pliskova, Karolina16.60Gauff, Cori
18.60Fernandez, Leylah Annie20.50Williams, Serena
22.50Krejcikova, Barbora22.50Sakkari, Maria
25.40Bencic, Belinda25.40Rybakina, Elena
25.40Kvitova, Petra28.30Kenin, Sofia
28.30Switolina, Elina30.00Pavlyuchenkova, Anastasia
33.00Azarenka, Victoria33.00Jabeur, Ons
33.00Kerber, Angelique33.00Brady, Jennifer
40.00Pegula, Jessica50.00Mertens, Elise
ATP - US Open - WinnerBetting deadline: 04.10.21 08:00
2.25Djokovic, Novak4.00Medvedev, Daniil
8.95Nadal, Rafael9.95Zverev, Alexander
10.00Thiem, Dominic12.00Tsitsipas, Stefanos
16.90Federer, Roger20.90Sinner, Jannik
20.90Rublev, Andrey34.00Shapovalov, Denis
34.00Auger-Aliassime, Félix34.00Alcaraz, Carlos
41.00Murray, Andy41.00Berrettini, Matteo
51.00Kyrgios, Nick51.00Hurkacz, Hubert
67.00Ruud, Casper67.00de Minaur, Alex
81.00Dimitrov, Grigor81.00Karatsev, Aslan
100.00Garin, Cristian100.00Khachanov, Karen
100.00Schwartzman, Diego125.00Carreno Busta, Pablo
150.00Nishikori, Kei150.00Monfils, Gael
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US Open

Tennis bets on the US Open

The Australian Open, French Open and Wimbledon are over. The final Grand Slam tournament of the year takes place in Flushing Meadows, New York. The US Open is held at the end of August/beginning of September at the Arthur Ashe Stadium. At bet-at-home, we have top tennis odds for the US Open and many live bets!

Who will win the US Open 2021?

Place your US Open bet now and bet on your favourite in the “Big Apple”. Who will be the US Open champion? You can find all important info and tips for your next tennis bets in our bet-at-home blog. Our top odds are changing at second intervals and provide excitement to the last point.

US Open – Men’s Singles

The U.S. National Championship was first held in 1881 in Newport, Rhode Island. Between 1915 and 1978, the tournament was played in Queens, before the US Open was moved to Flushing Meadows. Jimmy Connors (1974, 1976, 1978, 1982, 1983), Pete Sampras (1990, 1993, 1995, 1996, 2002) and Roger Federer (2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008) are the record holders with five victories each in the Open era (since 1968). Connors was able to win the US Open on three different surfaces: Until 1974, the US Open was played on grass court, from 1975 to 1977 on clay and only since 1978 it is played on hard court.

US Open – Women’s Singles

The women’s competition was first held in 1887. Chris Evert (1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1980, 1982) and Serena Williams (1999, 2002, 2008, 2012, 2013, 2014) are the record holders in the Open era with six titles each. With five US Open titles, Steffi Graf is the most successful German tennis player in New York. She celebrated her first triumph in 1988, completing a calendar Grand Slam thereby.

A look back at the US Open 2020

The 140th edition of the US Open was held in New York from 31 August to 13 September. Due to the coronavirus pandemic, it has been the second Grand Slam tournament of the year. Several top stars decided not to compete in Flushing Meadows. This cleared the way for Dominic Thiem. The Austrian tennis ace showed strong performances and claimed the first Grand Slam title of his career. He came out on top against German Alexander Zverev in the final. World no. 1 Novak Djokovic was disqualified in the round of 16 after punching the ball uncontrollably which hit the line judge. Naomi Osaka triumphed in the women’s competition at the most important hard-court tournament of the year. The Japanese celebrated a victory over Belarusian Viktoria Azarenka in the final and claimed her second US Open title.

A look back at the US Open 2019

The tennis aces were serving at the US Open for the 139th time from 26 August to 8 September 2019. Both the women’s and the men’s competition had as its motto “chasing records”. Serena Williams tried to win a Grand Slam tournament for the 24th time, but failed in the US Open final because of young Canadian Bianca Andreescu. In the men’s competition, Roger Federer was fighting for his 21st Grand Slam title. However, the Swiss was already eliminated in the US Open quarterfinals. Eventually, Rafael Nadal came out on top against Daniil Medvedev in the final.

A look back at the US Open 2018

The 138th edition of the US Open took place between 27 August and 9 September 2018. With a prize money of 3.8 million US dollars for the women’s and the men’s champion respectively, it is the Grand Slam with the highest prize money on the tour. After top-seeded Rafael Nadal had retired in the semi-final against Juan Martín del Potro due to injury, Novak Djokovic came out on top against the Argentine in three sets in the final. in the women’s competition, young Japanese Naomi Osaka defeated Serena Williams and celebrated her first title at a Grand Slam tournament.

A look back at the US Open 2017

Prior to the 137th edition of the US Open, several top players withdrew from the tournament: Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray, defending champion Stan Wawrinka and Kei Nishikori didn’t compete in New York, among others. Rafael Nadal secured the title for the third time after his victory over South African Kevin Anderson. In the women’s competition, Sloane Stephens triumphed in an all-American final, winning a Grand Slam title for the first time.

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