US Open Tennis 2023 Betting

Welcome to the premier US Open betting guide for 2023!



The US Open is the final Grand Slam tournament of the year and, as such, is the final major tennis betting event of the year. Originally held on grass in 1881, when it was only available to members of the US National Lawn Tennis Association, it shifted to clay in 1975 and then to Flushing Meadows’ hard courts permanently in 1978.


With 128 players in each singles main draw, Grand Slam tournaments offer the widest variety of betting markets and the most profitable options for tennis bettors.

Where to Get US Open Betting Odds for 2023


US Open outright odds (the pricing to win the tournament) are available on the websites of most bookmakers months in advance. More markets will become available in the weeks preceding up to the event, with the majority being priced following the main draw on the Thursday before the event.


Can I place In-Running/In-Play wagers on the US Open in 2023?

In-play wagering has given a new dimension to tennis betting, allowing bettors to see the action before deciding to wager. Several bookies offer live feeds of the US Open.


If a player is especially dominating on serve, you can wager that they will win their next service game by love or 15 points (or any other score). Whenever a returner appears to have a read on a serve, you can expect that they will break on their subsequent try. Set scores in-play are also accessible alongside more conventional markets such as match winner and total games.

Available Bet Types for the 2023 US Open


The US Open features numerous pre-match and in-play markets. In addition to outright wagers (win and each-way), you can wager on a player’s elimination stage once the draw is done.


The ‘To Win Quarter’ collection of markets is a popular one. You are wagering on a player to win their quarter of the draw, or to advance to the semifinals. This is a terrific alternative to outright wagering, in which your selection must reach the final in order for you to receive a payout. All of these markets become “in-play” when the tournament begins, although they are frequently paused at the beginning of each day’s play.


Then, there are multiple wagers on certain matchups. Options range from match result and set betting to unusual wagers such as who will serve the most aces. Keep in mind that men’s Grand Slam matches are best-of-five.


The game handicap is a conventional wager in which the underdog obtains an advantage. You can wager on the favorite to “cover the spread;” for instance, Novak Djokovic might be 10/11 to overcome Rafael Nadal’s 3.5-game disadvantage. This would be represented as Djokovic 10/11 -3.5 against Nadal 10/11 +3.5. A number of bookies provide alternate game handicaps.


Total Games is a similar market in which you wager on whether a match will be completed in over or under the stated number of games.


Due to the frequently one-sided nature of early-round matches, many gamblers opt for accumulator wagers to maximize their earnings. While dangerous, this can yield lucrative profits. In our expert guide, you can read more about accas and Total Games.


Considerations When Betting on the US Open

As with all sorts of tennis wagering, the court surface is the first consideration. Since moving to Flushing Meadows in 1978, the US Open has been contested on DecoTurf. On the International Tennis Federation’s five-point speed scale, it was originally categorized as “medium-fast” (slow through to fast).


In 2018, however, the court was significantly slower, with tournament organizers acknowledging that this was in reaction to players’ complaints that court speeds had been “creeping up” in prior years. This resulted in longer rallies and more grueling matches, with reigning champion Rafael Nadal retiring during his semi-final match against Juan Martín del Potro after a five-set marathon victory over Dominic Thiem.


If the courts continue on the sluggish side, strength and stamina will be crucial, as hard courts place a significant physical burden on players. If the roof of Arthur Ashe Stadium is closed, circumstances can become extremely oppressive. A slower surface also hinders large servers.


Like with all Grand Slams, the physical side is a crucial factor to consider. There is a great deal of tennis to be played in two weeks, and the taxing nature of hard courts will likely worsen any niggles. It is imperative to avoid players whose physical condition is uncertain.


The majority of tournaments are played on hard courts, therefore players should have few excuses for underperforming. The Rogers Cup in Canada (the men and women play in Montreal and Toronto on alternating years) and the Western & Southern Open in Cincinnati are the two major warm-up tournaments. Both are Premier 5 tournaments for women and Masters 1000 competitions for men.


These are good form guidelines for the US Open, despite the fact that Naomi Osaka lost in the first round of both tournaments last year before winning her first Grand Slam in New York. In 2013, when Rafael Nadal won his second of three consecutive US Opens, he was the last player to win consecutive tournaments.


Popular US Open Tennis Betting Markets

Straight-up wagering | This is one of the most straightforward US Open wagering markets. Choose the person you believe will win the tournament (male or female). Keep in mind your selection’s recent results, paying particular attention to Wimbledon, the previous Grand Slam event before the Open.


Set Betting | Set betting is identical to betting on the ultimate score of a football game. At one of the premier tennis bookmakers, fixed wagers frequently provide value. Attempt to capitalize on unanticipated starters later in the competition.


Match wagering |


Betting on a certain US Open match-up might be an effective approach to make precise wagers. Consider player performance and the playing surface, just like you would when placing a wager on the match’s outcome. Due to the impossibility of a tie in tennis, the odds on favorites are frequently exceedingly short. As a result, accumulators are especially popular at the US Open.


As competitive as the US Open is, it is feasible to forecast whether a match will conclude over or under a specific number of sets. This is a larger method of wagering if you are unclear on which player will win a particular match.

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