The 2020 French Open is taking place until October 11, with the first round starting September 27. On top of betting the outright winner, bettors can also wager on who will win each quarter opening up even more betting opportunities and value.
Novak Djokovic certainly has Diego Schwartzman’s number. In four career meetings, Djoker is 4-0. They go toe-to-toe on Monday in the final of the 2020 Italian Open. Hayley Graham previews the match and the odds.
After claiming a US Open title, will superstar Naomi Osaka conquer the French Open next? While she ponders making the trip overseas, we look at the rest of the field making a Grand Slam run at Roland Garros, with odds, analysis and a prediction on the next women’s Grand Slam winner.
There will be a first-time Grand-Slam winner crowned Sunday at Flushing Meadows, with 2-seed Daniel Thiem taking on 5-seed Alexander Zverev. We preview the title match with odds, analysis and our betting prediction of the men’s final.
Dominic Thiem and Daniil Medvedev will meet in the semifinals of the US Open on Friday, September 11. We preview the match with our best bet here.
The first semifinal of the US Open for the women will take place Thursday, September 10 between 28th seed Jennifer Brady and fourth seed Naomi Osaka. Osaka is the favorite going into the match, but Brady will be Osaka’s toughest opponent to date at the US Open.
The 2020 US Open is down to the final eight men. The last two of the four quarterfinal matches will be played on Wednesday with the winners continuing onto the semis. We preview the matches here with our best bets.
The US Open men’s tournament is wide open after the abrupt ousting of Novak Djokovic. The quarterfinals kick off Tuesday, with a pair of men’s matches. We preview Borna Circa vs Alexander Zverev and Pablo Carreño Busta vs Denis Shapovalov, offering odds, analysis and our best betting advice.
The US Open continues at Flushing Meadows on Sunday, September 6th with the round of 16. We preview the men’s side of the draw and offer our best bets here.
Women’s Singles US Open Round 3 Odds & Picks: Stephens vs Williams, Jabeur vs Kenin & Sakkari vs Anisimova
Day two of the third round of the Women’s US Open will take place on Saturday and we’re previewing three of the top matches with our best bet here.
The US Open is now well underway as we are entering day five of the tournament. Eight matches will be played Friday on the men’s side with many different matchups and the opportunity for upsets. Of the eight matches, three have been highlighted and previewed here.
The US Open men’s draw doesn’t include Rafael Nadal or Roger Federer, but there’s still plenty of intrigue in tennis’ second major of the year. With the tourney opening Monday, we break down each quarter of the bracket and pick the player we expect to emerge.
Going into the US Open, World ranked No. 10, Naomi Osaka is the favorite at +400 odds, just slightly in front of Serena Williams, who’s odds at +550 to win.
Can Roberto Bautista Agut follow up his massive comeback win over Daniil Medvedev with a huge upset of Novak Djokovic? He’s won the last two head-to-head meetings, but the world #1 has yet to lose a match this year. See the odds and betting analysis.
The semifinals of the WTA Prague Open start tomorrow morning with Elise Mertens and Kristyna Pliskova. Read our semifinals preview below.
Day 1 of the UTR Women’s Pro Match Series is in the books, setting the table for an eventful Day 2. Hayley Graham breaks down the scheduled matches with the updated odds, analysis and predictions.