2019 Grand Slam US Open Winner Betting Preview

  • Novak Djokovic is the frontrunner to win the 2019 US Open men’s singles competition
  • Rafael Nadal could potentially threaten Novak Djokovic’s title defending chances
  • Andy Murray hints return to the men’s singles competition at the 2019 US Open
US Open winner betting

In a matter of months, big names in men’s tennis will  to return to claim the last Grand Slam title of the year at the US Open. Currently, the 2019 US Open winner betting odds favor Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal as the next men’s singles champion. 

This year’s US Open Tennis tournament will start on August 26 with the men’s singles final on 8 September. The USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis in New York will be the venue for the US Open Grand Slam tournament. Be sure to read about the 2019 US Open winner betting preview on the women’s singles competition.

These are some of the men’s singles 2019 US Open betting odds at Bet365 Sportsbook

Novak Djokovic +125
Rafael Nadal +400
Roger Federer +550
Andy Murray +1200
Kevin Anderson +5000
Alexei Popyrin +30000

Novak Djokovic with 2019 US Open betting odds to defend 2018 Grand Slam title 

Once again, all eyes will be on Novak Djokovic to win the upcoming US Open. Fortunately, the 2018 winner has the US Open winner betting odds to win his 3rd title at the Grand Slam tournament. His chances of being the men’s singles US Open champion are +125, the best on the online sportsbooks in the USA

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Novak Djokovic celebrating his 2011 Wimbledon semifinal victory (Image source: Carine06 – Flickr)

Novak Djokovic will also be hungry to add to his current 2019 Grand Slam trophy cabinet. The Serbian won the 2019 Australian Open but missed out on the French Open. Fortunately, he will also have an advantage of playing on hard courts. More than half of his Grand Slam wins have been on hard courts making him a safe bet on Bet365 Sportsbook

King of clay Rafael Nadal looks to conquer hard court surface at the 2019 US Open 

Rafael Nadal also stands a good chance on Bet365 Sportsbook to be the 2019 US Open men’s singles champion. His US Open winner betting odds of doing so for a 4th time are good at +400. Fans could potentially also be treated to another Djokovic-Nadal rivalry. The Spaniard will be hoping to walk away victorious from this Grand Slam keeping the competition between the two alive. 

Rafael Nadal serving at 2011 Roland Garros against John Isner (Image source: Yann Caradec – Flickr)

Unfortunately, Novak Djokovic already got the upper hand over Nadal at the Australian Open. Fortunately, Nadal quickly bounced back by also claiming his 1st Grand Slam win of the season at the 2019 French Open. Additionally, winning the 2019 US Open could close the gap between him Roger Federer for the most Grand Slam wins. 

Nadal is a stronger competitor on clay claiming 12 wins out his 18 Grand Slam wins. However, his performance on the hard courts slightly falls short with 4 wins compared to Djokovic’s 10 wins. Nevertheless, Nadal will still be a good option to bet on Bet365 Sportsbook

Roger Federer keen on keeping Most Grand Slam Titles amid retirement talks

The current world No.3 is among the top 3 contenders be the 2019 US Open men’s singles champion. He will also be under pressure to extend his title as the most successful Grand Slam player with 20 wins. 

Fortunately, with Bet365 Sportsbook US Open winner betting odds at +550, he could stop the likes of Nadal from catching up. Federer is yet to win a 2019 Grand Slam with Wimbledon and the US Open still up for grabs. Despite concerns over his age, he still managed to pick up title wins at the Miami Open and Halle Open. 

If he keeps the momentum up this summer, he might just win his potentially last ever US Open Grand Slam. Although his retirement is yet to be confirmed, a win at the US Open could be the perfect sending off. 

Andy Murray hints US Open Grand Slam return 

According to the online sportsbook news in the USA, Murray could make a singles return at the 2019 US Open. However, Murray’s chances of claiming a Grand Slam in his return are small with US Open winner betting odds at +1200. He was the 2012 US Open men’s singles champion but it doubtful that he’ll claim the 2019 win. 

Despite injury woes that affected 2017 and 2018 career, he managed to bounce back in doubles in 2019. This year, he won the doubles final at the Queen’s Club Championship together with Feliciano Lopez. However, having not picked up any significant singles wins since 2016, a US Open win currently looks doubtful. According to the US Open winner betting predictions, Murray’s best 2019 US Open performance could be a quarter finals appearance. 

Kevin Anderson hopes not to relieve 2018 US Open disappointment 

South African tennis player Kevin Anderson (+5000) will be hoping to claim his 1st Grand Slam win at the US Open. However he has one of the lowest chances on Bet365 Sportsbook to achieve this. He was a 2017 US Open finalist losing to Rafael Nadal. However in the following year, the South African crashed out in the 4th round after an overall promising 2019 start. 

US Open winner betting
Kevin Anderson (Image source: Carine06 – Flickr)

Unfortunately, it’s predicted that he will most likely suffer the same fate particularly with unfavorable US Open winner betting odds, . 

US Open winner betting predictions don’t foresee a Grand Slam victory for Alexei Popyrin 

This year the 19 year old will make his US Open Grand Slam debut. However, with US Open winner betting odds at +30000 on Bet365 Sportsbook, a title win is out of reach. The current world No. 99 has so far had a respectable professional career despite no career title wins. 

Popyrin has already completed the 2019 Australian Open and the French Open failing to advance to the 4th round in both. In order to advance in his career, it will be crucial for Popyrin to achieve a 4th round appearance at the US Open. 

To bet on the 2019 US Open men’s singles hopefuls, be sure to read the latest review about bet365 Sportsbook.

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