Men’s U.S. Open Odds
One year after the U.S. Open was the third and final Grand Slam following the Wimbledon cancellation, the 140-year-old tournament returns to its customary position as the fourth and final Grand Slam. And there won’t be a shortage of tennis betting opportunities as Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, and 2020 champion Dominic Thiem compete at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in New York City.
How to Bet on U.S. Open Tennis
There are thousands of betting options from the qualifying rounds through the finals regardless of your online or mobile sports betting experience and tennis knowledge. Throughout the entire tournament, you can browse updated U.S. Open odds for men’s singles and men’s doubles (and mixed doubles, women’s singles, and women’s doubles) and place a bet online with ease.
Whether you prefer tennis futures betting on the tournament winner, pre-match betting on match winner or over/under total games, tennis parlays, or live tennis betting on point winner or deuce, there’s something for everyone at the best online sportsbook.
U.S. Open Live Betting
The U.S. Open is the perfect event for live sports betting.
With thousands of points played over hundreds of matches, you can bet on live tennis odds for nearly three weeks. Whether you want to hedge against a futures bet on Daniil Medvedev, increase a pre-match position on Andy Murray, or simply increase the excitement of Grand Slam betting, live tennis betting is a unique opportunity to take more control of your bets.
Women’s U.S. Open Odds
BetMGM also has updated U.S. Open odds and live betting available for women’s singles and doubles matches. You can browse numbers for Naomi Osaka, Ash Barty, Simona Halep, and others throughout the tournament.
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