Men's U.S. Open Odds
The U.S. Open is the last chance for glory in the 2016 tennis season. Here’s a look at the odds for which male will claim the title.
According to oddsmakers at Bovada.lv, Novak Djokovic is the favorite to win, as he has -145 odds. Other short odds to win are Andy Murray (+275), Milos Raonic (+1200) and Rafael Nadal (+1600). The U.S. Open takes place Aug. 29-Sept. 13 from the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in New York, N.Y.
Djokovic is a 12-time grand slam champion and he has won five of the last seven grand slam events. He is the defending U.S. Open champion and a two-time winner of this event. He has won two grand slam events this year.
Murray is coming off a gold medal at the Olympics and a win in Wimbledon. He has won three grand slam tournament in his career, including the 2012 U.S. Open. He also has reached the finals in all three events this year.
Raonic has yet to win a grand slam event in his career, but he did reach the Wimbledon finals for the first time this year. He has yet to get past the fourth round in the U.S. Open.
Nadal has won 14 grand slam events in his career, including two U.S. Opens. However, he has not gotten past the semifinals in the last nine grand slam events. His last win came at the2014 French Open.