Top Betting Picks for the Men’s Tennis US Open
Where: USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows, New York.
Date & Time: Monday August 28 – September
Quick Picks: Rafael Nadal +315
The final grand slam of the year kicks off Monday morning from the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in Flushing Meadows, New York. The US Open is always one of the top events of the year and is also one of the oldest tennis tournaments in the world.
This week, we are taking a look at the top plays for the Men’s US Open Tennis Tournament. All of our odds have been pulled from Bookmaker but you can wager on the US Open at nearly every online sportsbook.
Rafael Nadal +315
Nadal is the #1 tennis player in the world. Nadal has found a ton of success this year on clay courts but has had some very frustrating losses on hard surface courts. One thing that really sticks out for Nadal is this tournament is best of 5 and he thrives under this style of play. He is on the same side of the bracket as Roger Federer, which should end up being a great semifinals matchup. Nadal has played in 12 US Open’s and won this tournament in 2010 and again in 2013. Could this be #3 for the Spaniard? I like his chances!
Alexander Zverev +803
Zverev is the #6 tennis player in the world. The 20 year old Russian/German went from being talked about as a possible contender in smaller tournaments to a top level all-star in a matter of months. He is closing in on 50 match wins this year and is now under the control of new manager Juan Carlos Ferrero. No one as young as Zverev has ever won the US Open but history is within his grasp. It won’t be easy, especially if you look at it as he would need to win seven best of five matches in a two week period but many feel he is the next big thing in tennis so why not give them something else to talk about.
Juan Martin del Potro +3316
Potro is coming into this tournament healthy and that makes him an attractive play as a longshot at +3316. He is 28 years old and has had his fair share of injuries over the past 3 years. Potro has went 18-11 this year and has yet to record a title in the season. He will be looking to change that in the US Open and could shock some people. He is currently ranked 28th in the world and is one of the most well liked tennis players in the world. Whether he is jumping over the net to console his opponent or helping a fan at Wimbledon who was struggling with heat induced health issues, the guy is loved by all but his talent prevails….permitting he is truly healthy.