Women’s U.S. Open Odds
The excitement of high-stakes tennis is back as the world’s best players chase the fourth and final Grand Slam title of the year.
In upsetting Serena Williams, 1-6, 6-3, 6-3, in the semifinals last year at the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in New York City, Victoria Azarenka earned a shot at her third Grand Slam title and first U.S. Open championship. While Azarenka ultimately lost to Naomi Osaka in the final, her win over Williams ensured there wouldn’t be an American champion in the women’s singles for the third straight year.
One year later, Azarenka, Osaka, Ash Barty, and other foreign players are looking to run the streak to four years. Since the first U.S. Open in 1887, only four times have Americans gone at least four years without a title, most recently from 2003-07 as Svetlana Kuznetsova, Maria Sharapova, Kim Clijsters, and Justine Henin (twice) denied Venus Williams, Lindsay Davenport, and others.
How to Bet on U.S. Open Tennis
Betting on U.S. Open tennis odds has never been easier at BetMGM.
Whether you’re a first-time tennis bettor browsing tennis parlays, a casual tennis fan interested in live sports betting, or a diehard analyzing spin rates, there are U.S. Open betting opportunities for everyone.
U.S. Open Live Betting
If you’ve never experienced live tennis betting, you’re missing out on a remarkable experience to add more thrill and payouts to U.S. Open experience. Live betting is the perfect opportunity to hedge against a futures bet, double down on a pre-match wager, or take a new betting position.
While watching Simona Halep’s first set on TV, streaming Iga Swiatek’s win on your computer, or tracking scores online, you can place live bets on point winner, over/under totals, and more with live sports betting.
Men’s U.S. Open Odds
At BetMGM, you can also view updated U.S. Open betting odds for mixed doubles, men’s singles, and men’s doubles matches. Check out the betting opportunities for Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, and other players.