2021 US open predictions and odds are out, and they are slightly surprising. Although Djokovic is usually everyone’s first choice, bookies see him as a huge favorite in comparison with the competition. This can be slightly deceiving as the competition is much closer than the odds reveal. Regardless of this, the 2021 US Open will certainly be packed with thrillers and surprises. Pick your choice to win it and place your bet on him!
Novak Djokovic is Ahead of Everyone
Novak Djokovic has been comfortably ahead of everyone else for the past years. The Serbian is currently sitting at the top of the rankings with 11,963 points. Throughout his career, Djokovic won a total of 82 titles including one French open, three Wimbledon trophies, and nine Australian Open titles. He started the 2021 strongly with a win in the Australian Open and is looking to win his fourth US Open title next. With such a strong start this season, bookies and online sportsbook sites in the US have him open up as a favorite in their 2021 US open predictions. For instance, at 1xBET Sportsbook, betting odds for the Serbian to win the title are 2.10. On the other hand, if you believe Djokovic will not win it this year, then your betting odds are 1.59.
Other 2021 US Open Predictions for the Winner
Although early predictions show that Djokovic is the favorite to win the title, his task will not be easy. Some of the other best players will also be participating. For instance, Daniil Medvedev, who sits in second place ahead of Nadal in the rankings, has a good chance of winning the title. In fact, Medvedev reached the final of the 2019 US Open before losing 3-2 in a thrilling match against Nadal. Therefore, the 2021 US open predictions and betting odds for the Russian to win the title are 6.10. In addition to Medvedev, 2019 title winner Rafael Nadal is in the mix of title contention this year as well. The 2021 US open predictions and odds for him to win the title are 6.90.
Several other candidate are available to bet on at 1xBET Sportsbook, and they are shown in the following table: