2023 US Open Tennis Odds – Men, Women

by Staff | Last Updated: September 07, 2023 1:29 pm ET

The US Open is the season’s final tennis Grand Slam tournament of 2023.

The hard court event figures to determine much more than just the year-end No. 1 ranking — both Carlos Alcaraz and Iga Swiatek head that list — but also history.

Who Are The Men’s Betting Favorites?

Novak Djokovic returns for the first time since 2021 seeking a 24th career Grand Slam major title. The Serb, though, will not be the favorite as Alcaraz heads the list in that department.

The young Spaniard rose to to the top a year ago with a stunning run the US Open title, defeating Casper Ruud in the final.

Other contenders figure to be former champion Daniil Medvedev, Holger Rune and Jannik Sinner.

Taylor Fritz, Frances Tiafoe are among the top names for American interests.

Who Are The Women’s Betting Favorites?

In the women’s draw, defending champion Swiatek is the odds-on favorite to win her fifth Grand Slam title. But Australian Open winner Aryna Sabalenka — a former US Open semifinalist — will have a say in the matter as will Elena Rybakina who beat Swiatek in the last hard court Grand Slam.

Three-time Slam finalist Ons Jabeur fell in the title match last year. Caroline Garcia also made the semifinals.

American women have a history of doing well in New York, and those hopes for the home folks will rest with Jessica Pegula, Coco Gauff and former finalist Madison Keys.

The tournament begins on Monday, August 28.

Here are the latest odds and favorites to win the title!



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      How Do You Read US Open Odds?

      Understanding sports odds in general can be a dauting challenge for many fans. For tennis odds, when there is a plus sign (+), that indicates how much money you would win putting $100 down.

      When there is a minus sign (-), that means you have to put that much down to win $100.

      So at the US Open, if Carlos Alcaraz is +150, that means if you bet $100, if he won again you would get back $250 ($100 for your bet plus the $150 in winnings). If Iga Swiatek was -250 to win the US Open, and you put $250 down, if Swiatek won the title you would get back $350 ($250 in your initial bet plus $100 for the win).

      When reading fractional odds -- let's say Novak Djokovic is 5/2 -- the first number (in this case 5) is the profit and the second number (in this case 2) is what you need to put down to get that. So if you put $2 down on Djokovic, you would get back $7 in total if he won ($2 is your bet plus the $5 for winning).

      Now if Aryna Sabalenka was 2/7, if you put $7 down and she won you would get back $9 ($7 your initial bet plus $2 for the win).