2016 US Open Tennis Odds

2016 US Open Tennis Odds

The 2016 US Open will be the 136th playing of this tournament, taking place from August 29-September 11 in New York City. Last year saw massive longshot Flavia Pennetta at 200:1 odds go on to win on the Women’s side, but she has now retired. Here’s a look at recent winners and their pre-tournament consensus odds to win:

YearMen's WinnerOddsWomen's WinnerOdds
2015Novak Djokovic+100Flavia Pennetta+20000
2014Maric Cilic+10000Serena Williams+175
2013Rafael Nadal+600Serena Williams-120
2012Andy Murray+350Serena Williams-105
2011Novak Djokovic+150Samantha Stosur+3300
2010Rafael Nadal+250Kim Clijsters+300
2009Juan Martin Del Potro+1000Kim Clijsters+1200

Novak Djokovic will look to defend his US Open title, while Serena Williams will try to win her 23rd career and record-setting major. Below shows odds for each player at 5Dimes to win the 2016 US Open.

Men’s US Open Odds

PlayerAugust 21July 10
Novak Djokovic-120-125
Andy Murray+250+350
Juan Martin Del Potro+1600+5000
Milos Raonic+1800+1600
Stanislas Wawrinka+2000+1600
Rafael Nadal+2200+2000
Kei Nishikori+2800+2000
Nick Kyrgios+5000+3300
Marin Cilic+5000+5000
Guillermo Garcia Lopez+6000+50000
Dominic Thiem+7500+5000
Thomaz Bellucci+8000+50000
Tomas Berdych+8000+4000
Gael Monfils+9000+12500
Grigor Dimitrov+10000+6600
Jo Wilfried Tsonga+10000+6600
Borna Coric+15000+15000
John Isner+15000+10000
Kevin Anderson+17500+10000
Pablo Cuevas+20000+50000
David Goffin+20000+20000
Bernard Tomic+25000+12500
Richard Gasquet+25000+10000
Roberto Bautista Agut+25000+20000
Ivo Karlovic+30000+25000
Fernando Verdasco+30000+25000
Jack Sock+30000+15000
Fabio Fognini+35000+30000
Philipp Kohlschreiber+35000+30000
Jeremy Chardy+35000+30000
Benoit Paire+40000+25000
Gilles Simon+40000+20000
Alexander Dolgopolov+40000+25000
Steve Johnson+40000+40000
Feliciano Lopez+40000+25000
Vasek Pospisil+50000+25000
Thanasi Kokkinakis+50000+25000
Jiri Vesely+50000+50000
Tommy Robredo+50000+50000
Jerzy Janowicz+50000+25000
Martin Klizan+50000+50000
Denis Istomin+50000+50000
Viktor Troicki+50000+25000
Nicolas Almagro+60000+50000
Ernests Gulbis+75000+20000
Juan Monaco+100000+50000
Florian Mayer+100000+50000
Marcel Granollers+100000+50000
Andreas Seppi+100000+30000
Lukas Rosol+100000+50000
Joao Sousa+100000+40000
Nicolas Mahut+100000+50000
Mikhail Kukushkin+150000+50000
David Ferrer+275000+15000
Roger FedererN/A+700

On the Men’s side, Novak Djokovic is the clear and deserved favorite at -120, followed by 2016 Wimbledon Champion Andy Murray at +250. Djokovic had won the first two majors of the year and was looking for the Grand Slam before getting upset by Sam Querrey at Wimbledon, who was a 33:1 underdog.

At William Hill, Djokovic is getting 32% of money wagered to win it, followed by Thiem (14%), Cilic (13%), Del Potro (12%), and Kyrgios (12%). Andy Murray is surprisingly getting just 4% of all money wagered to win the US Open despite being second favorite.

On top of that, Murray has moved from +350 to +250 over the last month due to his gold medal at the Olympics and Djokovic’s early exit there. Roger Federer has withdrawn due to injury, paving the way towards a Djokovic/Murray final. Juan Martin Del Potro nearly upset Murray to win Olympic gold, but his efforts in Brazil have moved him from +5000 to +1600.

Women’s US Open Odds

PlayerAugust 21July 10
Serena Williams+130+135
Garbine Muguruza+800+800
Simona Halep+900+1200
Angelique Kerber+1000+1600
Madison Keys+1800+2500
Petra Kvitova+2000+2000
Monica Puig+2800+25000
Agnieszka Radwanska+3300+4000
Belinda Bencic+3300+2000
Eugenie Bouchard+4500+4000
Sloane Stephens+5000+4000
Johanna Konta+5000+6600
Karolina Pliskova+5500+5000
Lucie Safarova+6600+6600
Venus Williams+6600+5000
Caroline Wozniacki+6600+3300
Ekaterina Makarova+8000+6600
Coco Vandeweghe+8000+8000
Timea Bacsinszky+8000+5000
Sabine Lisicki+10000+10000
Caroline Garcia+10000+10000
Dominika Cibulkova+10000+10000
Ana Ivanovic+10000+6600
Jelena Ostapenko+10000+8000
Elina Svitolina+10000+10000
Samantha Stosur+12500+10000
Kristina Mladenovic+12500+10000
Daria Gavrilova+15000+15000
Jelena Jankovic+15000+10000
Andrea Petkovic+15000+10000
Camila Giorgi+15000+15000
Carla Suarez Navarro+15000+15000
Ana Konjuh+15000+15000
Svetlana Kuznetsova+15000+15000
Heather Watson+20000+15000
Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova+20000+15000
Roberta Vinci+20000+15000
Sara Errani+22500+15000
Alize Cornet+25000+20000
Irina Camelia Begu+25000+25000
Daniela Hantuchova+27500+50000
Barbora Strycova+30000+25000
Lauren Davis+30000+30000
Jarmila Gajdosova+30000+25000
Casey Dellacqua+30000+25000
Ajla Tomljanovic+35000+25000
Zarina Diyas+35000+30000
Varvara Lepchenko+40000+35000
Tsvetana Pironkova+40000+35000
Alison Van Uytvanck+40000+20000
Bethanie Mattek Sands+40000+15000
Alison Riske+50000+30000
Kirsten Flipkens+50000+35000
Mirjana Lucic Baroni+50000+35000
Yanina Wickmayer+50000+20000
Madison Brengle+50000+35000
Magdalena Rybarikova+50000+50000
Julia Goerges+50000+20000
Mona Barthel+80000+20000
Victoria AzarenkaN/A+450

On the Women’s side, Serena Williams is of course the favorite but is again listed at plus-money odds to win it. She was also listed at plus-money before Wimbledon but cruised to her 22nd career Grand Slam victory. A number of longshots have been able to reach the finals in majors recently, which always makes for quality hedging opportunities, and it wouldn’t be surprising to see another make a run in the US Open.

At William Hill, Petra Kvitova is getting the most money wagered to win it all with 19%, followed by the field (18%), Kerber (13%), Keys (13%), and Serena (11%).

Monica Puig has made a huge jump from +25000 to +2800 to win the US Open following her gold medal at the Olympics. However, I still personally like Serena at +135 to finish off the year strong with another major victory, especially since Azarenka withdrew due to pregnancy.

Dan McGuire

Dan McGuire is the Operations Manager and soccer specialist at Sports Insights. You can find him on Twitter (@ArsenalDMC) and he can be reached directly at dan.mcguire@actionnetwork.com.

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