2021 US Open Odds Tracker
- View the odds for the top men and women at the 2021 US Open
- Current favorites for the 2021 US Open are Novak Djokovic and Emma Raducanu
- Discover which country has produced the most US Open champions since the tournament’s inception
The 2021 US Open runs from August 30-September 7, 2021, and will be played in Flushing Meadows, New York. We’ve been tracking the odds of every player involved leading up to the event, and have charted them below in a series of easy-to-follow graphs. Each graph has been generated by averaging the odds from multiple sportsbooks to give you a better sense of each player’s true chance of winning the 2020 US Open.Advertising Disclosure
- [9/9/21] Into his first US Open semifinal, Canadian Felix Auger-Aiassime is still a longshot to win at +2650 odds. But he was as long as +6550 at the beginning of the year
- [9/7/21] Botic Vand de Zandschulp was +50000 odds in the third round and now into the quarters he’s +30000
- [9/3/21] All the favorites are into the third round of play and odds are shortening on Djokovic to -163 and Medvedev to +275
- [8/23/21] After winning in Cincinnati, Zverev now has odds of +600. His odds were +1100 last month
- [7/12/21] Having now won all three of the majors in 2021, Novak Djokovic has +100 odds to sweep the Grand Slams this year and win the US Open
- [1/18/21] 2018 winner Djokovic is the early favorite at +110, with last year’s winner Dominic Thiem listed at +600
2021 US Open Men’s Singles Odds
All odds as of Sept 9
US Open Odds for ATP Top 5 Men’s Singles Players
The 2020 final saw Dominic Thiem win his first grand slam title 2-6 4-6 6-4 6-3 7-6(6) over Alexander Zverev.
✅ First Grand Slam 🏆 at US Open
✅ 12-match Grand Slam win streak
✅ Nothing but class along the way
Take a bow, Dominic Thiem 👏👍 pic.twitter.com/SxEZZoLfd8
— US Open Tennis (@usopen) October 6, 2020
Odds for Past US Open Men’s Champions
To go along with his US Open win, Thiem was 22-7 on the year in 2020, while finalist Zverev won two ATP titles on the year and finished 27-9.
Recent US Open Men’s Singles Champions
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No one has had more success at the US Open since 2000 than Roger Federer. The Swiss Maestro won five consecutive championships from 2004 to 2008.
US Open Men’s Singles Championships By Country
- [9/10/21] It’s an all-teenager final with Raducanu the -150 favorite over Fernandez
- [9/9/21] The women’s semis feature two teenagers in Emma Raducanu and Leylah Fernandez. Fernandez once had odds of +40000 earlier this year, while Raducanu wasn’t even on the oddsboard earlier in 2021. She had odds of +4000 on September 3
- [9/7/21] With Barty and Osaka out, Sabalenka is the top favorite in the quarters at +275 odds
- [9/3/21] Long odds are still available on Andreescu at +2200. Barty is still a slight favorite over Osaka for the title and Karolina Pliskova’s odds have shortened from +1600 on August 23 to +1100
- [8/23/21] Ashleigh Barty took home the title at the Western & Southern Open and now has odds of +350 to win the US Open
- [7/12/21] After winning Wimbledon, Ashleigh Barty has odds of +600 to win the US Open
- [1/18/21] Winner of the past two US Opens, Osaka is the early +800 favorite
2021 US Open Women’s Singles Odds
Osaka has now won two of the past three US Opens. In 2020 she was 16-3 on the year. In the US Open final, she defeated Misaki Doi 6-2 5-7 6-2.
US Open Odds for WTA Top 5 Women’s Singles Players
Though she now ranks just 11th overall in the WTA Rankings, Serena Williams has the third-best odds at +1000 to begin 2021 to win the title.
Odds for Past US Open Women’s Champions
2019 winner Bianca Andreescu sat out the tournament last year but begins 2021 with short odds of +1000 to win.
Recent US Open Women’s Singles Champions
US Open Women’s Singles Championships By Country
It should come as no surprise that Americans have dominated the US Open since the very beginning, winning 26 of the first 28 championships. 2019’s champion Andreescu, was the first Canadian to not only win the US Open, but also to win a Grand Slam event.