2022 US Open Odds Tracker
- View the odds for the top men and women at the 2022 US Open
- Current favorites for the 2022 US Open are Carlos Alcaraz on the men’s side and Iga Swiatek on the women’s
- Discover which country has produced the most US Open champions since the tournament’s inception
The 2021 US Open runs from August 29-September 6, 2022 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 2022 US Open.
- [Sept 8] Alcaraz is the odds-on favorite at -110 heading into the semis
- [Sept 6] Kyrgios is the top contender to win the US Open at +150 odds, ahead of Alcaraz at +200 entering the quarterfinals
- [Sept 1] Into the third round, Matteo Berrettini’s odds have shortened from +2500 to +1400
- [Aug 26] With Novak Djokovic unable to compete at the US Open, Daniil Medvedev becomes the new favorite at +225
- [Jul 28] The biggest mover over the past month has easily been Nick Kyrgios, who’s average odds shortened from +10000 to +3300 after his runner-up finish at Wimbledon
- [May 17] No one has seen their odds shorten more than Carlos Alcaraz who after an amazing start to 2022 has seen his odds of +3300 on December, shorten to +550 in May
- [Dec 23] The early favorite is Djokovic with +125 odds, followed by last year’s winner Medvedev at +300
2022 US Open Men’s Singles Odds
All odds as of Sept 10 at DraftKings Sportsbook
Odds for Past US Open Men’s Champions
Daniil Medvedev won his first US Open title in 2021, defeating Novak Djokovic 6-4, 6-4, 6-4. There’s now been a different winner each of the past four years.
🔹 US Open champion
🔹 ATP Finals & Australian Open finalist
🔹 World No. 2
🔹 Four singles titles
— US Open Tennis (@usopen) November 21, 2021
Recent US Open Men’s Singles Champions
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US Open Men’s Singles Championships By Country
The United States have a whopping 85 titles in the event, however no American has won since Andy Roddick in 2003.
- [Sept 8] Jabeur is the longshot of the final four at the US Open at +500 odds
- [Sept 6] Entering the quarterfinals, it’s Swiatek (+200) and Garcia (+400) as the top favorites
- [Sept 1] Serena Williams’ odds keep shortening all the way down to +1400 after upsetting Anett Kontaveit in the second round
- [Aug 26] Following her win in Cincinnati, Caroline Garcia went from off the board to now get odds as short as +1400.
- [Jul 28] Swiatek’s odds continue to shorten as the US Open approaches, with her average odds to win now sitting at +223. Osaka has since faded to +825.
- [May 17] Iga Swiatek’s odds have shortened from +1200 last year to +550 now, making her tied with Naomi Osaka as the top favorite.
- [Dec 23] Ashleigh Barty is the early favorite at +500, while last year’s winner Emma Raducanu is currently the third favorite at odds of +600.
2022 US Open Women’s Singles Odds
Odds for Past US Open Women’s Champions
It was an all-teenage final in 2021 with Raducanu of Britain, defeating Canadian Leylah Fernandez 6-4, 6-3. Fernandez has early odds of 18-1 in December. Naomi Osaka who won in both 2020 and 2018 has odds of +500 as 2021 comes to a close.
Recent US Open Women’s Singles Champions
US Open Women’s Singles Championships By Country
With her win in 2021, Raducanu has brought the British total number of wins to five, level with Belgium. She is just the second from her country to win in the Open Era. Virginia Wade won way back in 1968, the first year of the Open Era.
Americans have generally dominated the event, but have just one win (Sloane Stephens in 2017) in the last seven years.