2023 US Open Odds Tracker
- View the odds for the top men and women at the 2023 US Open
- Novak Djokovic and Coco Gauff were the winners of the 2023 US Open
- Discover which country has produced the most US Open champions since the tournament’s inception
The 2023 US Open got started on Monday, August 28 and will conclude with the Women’s Final on Saturday, September 9 and the Men’s Final on Sunday, September 10 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 2024 US Open.
Djokovic and Alcaraz have been alternating between top US Open favorites throughout 2023. With both in the quarterfinals, they were still the top two, however, Medvedev upset the odds and reached the final.
- [Sept 9] It’s Djokovic vs Medvedev in the final with Djokovic being priced as a heavy -250 favorite and the underdog Medvedev coming in at +200
- [Sep 8] Following his win over Frances Tiafoe in the quarters, Ben Shelton has seen his odds halved from +8000 to +4000.
- [Sep 5] Into the quarterfinals, US Open favorite Djokovic is now odds-on at -105
- [Aug 28] As the tournament gets ready to begin, Djokovic is now favored at +125 just ahead of Alcaraz at +190
- [Aug 15] Carlos Alcaraz has seen his odds shorten during the year from +350 in February to now being the favorite at +125 now
- [Feb 17] Last year’s winner Carlos Alcaraz is the third favorite to win the US Open with odds of +350, while Novak Djokovic leads the way at +140. Daniil Medvedev comes in between the two at +300
2023 US Open Men’s Singles Odds
Djokovic is the huge -250 favorite in the US Open Final giving him an implied probability of 71.43 to win. All odds as of Sept 9 at DraftKings Sportsbook.
Odds for Past US Open Men’s Champions
The US Open has seen a different winner in each of the past five years. In 2022 Carlos Alcaraz defeated Casper Ruud 6-4, 2-6, 7-6(7-1), 6-3 to win in four sets and win his first US Open title.
Recent US Open Men’s Singles Champions
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US Open Men’s Singles Championships By Country
No American has won since Andy Roddick in 2003, but the United States still has 85 total wins. With Alcaraz winning in 2022, Spain now has the third-most wins with seven.
Switaek was the favorite all throughout 2023 to defend who title as US Open winner. However, entering the quarterfinals, it’s now Sabalenka who is favored followed by Gauff and Vondrousova.
- [Sep 8] Aryna Sabalenka remains as the favorite going into Saturday night’s finals, but just barely. Her average odds to win the US Open sit at -120, compared to Coco Gauff’s average of -102.
- [Sep 5] With tournament favorite Swiatek upset in the round of 16, Sabalenka has taken over as the US Open Women’s Single favorite at +190 odds as the tournament heads into the quaterfinals
- [Aug 28] Coco Gauff’s odds have shortened this month from +1400 to +700 to make her the third favorite in the US Open odds as the first round begins
- [Aug 15] Swiatek comes in as the top favorite with the US Open nearing, with both Sabalenka and Rybakina following in the top three. Pegula’s odds have shortened from +1600 down to +1000 during the season, Mirra Andreeva, who was notwhere near the top 20 earlier in the season, now has US Open odds of +2000, making her a top ten favorite now
- [Feb 17] Iga Swiatek is the early favorite by a wide margin at +250 odds, followed by Aryna Sabalenka at +700
2023 US Open Women’s Singles Odds
Aryna Sabalenka leads the way in the US Open odds above at +190 odds for an implied probability of 34.48% to win, followed by Cori Gauff as the second favorite at +250.
Odds for Past US Open Women’s Champions
In their US Open Finals match in 2022, Swiatek defeated Jabeur 6-2, 7-6(7-5), winning in straight sets.
Recent US Open Women’s Singles Champions
US Open Women’s Singles Championships By Country
Americans have generally dominated the event, but have just one win (Sloane Stephens in 2017) in the last eight years. In 2022 Swiatek became the first Polish woman to win the event, while in 2021 Emma Raducanu was only the second British woman to win in the Open Era since Virginia Wade in 1968.