The end of August will welcome the US Open, with all eyes turning to Flushing Meadows as the likes of Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer do battle once more.
The Grand Slam is always one of the more interesting to bet on, and here at OnlineSportBetting.ca we’re dedicated to bringing you the latest odds, offers and predictions.
You’ll find all that right here on this very page! Read on for your ultimate guide to US Open betting…
US Open 2019 Betting Sites
You’ll find most sportsbooks offer odds on the US Open, so it’s always good to shop around and find value. It’s one of the tournaments in which you’ll find the largest number of markets ranging from outright bets through to match betting and even betting on the number of games, sets and even faults and aces!
On our Bookmakers Page you’ll find tons of great sites to play with, as well as in-depth reviews and fantastic free bets to enjoy.
US Open 2019 Betting Odds
As you’d probably expect, when it comes to both the men’s and women’s singles, all the familiar faces are up there as favourites.
The likes of Djokovic, Federer, Serena Williams and Simona Halep are among the top contenders in the eyes of the bookmakers.
Below you’ll find the current US Open 2019 outright betting odds:
US Open 2019 Betting Tips & Predictions
When it comes to men’s tennis it’s difficult to look past the top three, particularly given that Djokovic has claimed two of the three, with Rafa of course winning the French Open.
The Serbian is the defending champion and we’d back him again, given the epic encounter he came out of against Roger Federer at Wimbledon. It proved to be a real classic on the grass, and many fans will be desperate to see a repeat performance come the beginning of September.
Federer will be looking to claim his first Slam since last year’s Australian Open and could prove good value at +550. He’s plenty of experience having won the five times previously, although his last was over a decade ago. Fourth seed Dominic Thiem is a bolder bet at +2800, having reached the French Open Final this year.
Serena Williams will be continuing her return to form in New York and after reaching the final at Wimbledon, we’d back her to go one further this time around.
At +400 it’s not a bad bet to place, while Wimbledon Champion Halep will also be backed by plenty.
Ashleigh Barty perhaps provides the best value, so we’d certainly be inclined to take a Free Bet on her after winning the French Open, while reigning champion Naomi Osaka has proved a sensible wager over the last 12 months.
US Open 2019 Schedule
The US Open is over 130 years old and is always the last Grand Slam of the year, straddling August and September.
It traditionally starts on the last Monday of August and this year is no different, beginning on the 26 and running through to September 8.
Taking place at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Queens since 1978, the tournament is contested over 15 courts, including the famous Arthur Ashe Stadium, which hosts the final.
The hard court tournament sees four rounds, followed by a Quarter Final, Semi Final and Final. The schedule for the US Open is as follows:
- August 26-27: Men & Women’s First Round
- August 28-29: Men & Women’s Second Round
- August 30-31: Men & Women’s Third Round
- September 1-2: Men & Women’s Fourth Round
- September 3-4: Men & Women’s Quarter Final
- September 5: Women’s Semi Finals
- September 6: Men’s Semi Finals
- September 7: Women’s Final
- September 8: Men’s Final
The draw has yet to be made for the First Round, with a series of qualifying rounds before the draw is made.
Seeding has been made for the tournament, with the top seeds for men’s and women’s singles below:
Men’s Singles Seedings
- Novak Djokovic
- Rafael Nadal
- Roger Federer
- Dominic Thiem
- Alexander Zverev
- Kei Nishikori
- Stefanos Tsitsipas
- Daniil Medvedev
- Karen Khachanov
- Fabio Fognini
Women’s Singles Seedings
- Naomi Osaka
- Ashleigh Barty
- Karolina Pliskova
- Simona Halep
- Elina Svitolina
- Petra Kvitova
- Kiki Bertens
- Serena Williams
- Aryna Sabalenka
- Sloane Stephens
As well as seeded players, there are also a number of wild cards given entry to the event, with Cori Gauff, who shone at Wimbledon knocking out Venus Williams, being given an entry this year, despite being just 15-years-old.
US Open 2019 Live Streaming
The US Open is one of the biggest tennis events of the year and is screened worldwide.
In Canada it’s broadcast live on The Sports Network (TSN) and Reseau des Sports (RDS) on television as well as their online streaming services.
As well as that you’ll also find many bookmakers now give access to tennis live streams for their customers.
They’re easy to access and for the most part you can access them for free if you’re registered with the bookmaker, or by placing a small wager, usually around $1, on the event you wish to watch.