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Men’s US Open Odds: Alcaraz, Djokovic Out in Front for Season’s Final Grand Slam

The US Open kicks off in just over two weeks. All eyes are on Carlos Alcaraz and Novak Djokovic who have competed to takedown the previous three Grand Slams this season. Djokovic won the Australian Open and French Open, with Alcaraz defeating him in the Wimbledon finale in July. The two superstars are now favorites on the Men’s US Open odds board heading into the tournament. Let’s take a look at the full tennis odds for the US Open.

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US Open Men’s Odds: Carlos Alcaraz, Novak Djokovic Out in Front

US Open Odds, via DraftKings
Carlos Alcaraz +125
Novak Djokovic +160
Daniil Medvedev +600
Jannik Sinner +1200
Holger Rune +1600
Stefanos Tsitsipas +1600
Casper Ruud +1600
Alexander Zverev +2500
Taylor Fritz +3000
Frances Tiafoe +3500
Matteo Berrettini +3500
Felix Auger Aliassime +3500

Carlos Alcaraz (+125) has a slight edge over Djokovic (+160)  in the US Open odds. The 20-year old Spaniard got the better of Djokovic at Wimbledon, defeating him in the final round in five sets. The epic matchup was a breakthrough for Alcaraz after he was defeated by Djokovic in the semi-finals of the French Open. Alcaraz matched Djokovic early in that matchup until running into fitness issues that caused cramping and an ultimate defeat to the veteran Djokovic.

The French Open championship was Djokovic’s 23rd Grand Slam trophy. He won his 22nd at the year’s first Grand Slam, the Australian Open. A win at Wimbledon would have given Djokovic a shot to sweet this year’s four major tournaments. Alcaraz put a stop to that, and the momentum is carrying him just ahead of Djokovic in the tennis odds for the US Open.

Alcaraz is no stranger to US Open success. He won the tournament in 2022 by taking out Casper Ruud in the final match. That championship was Alcaraz’s first Grand Slam win, his second coming at the aforementioned Wimbledon tournament this season. Djokovic has won the US Open three times in his career. Those came in 2018, 2015 and 2011.

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Daniil Medvedev (+600) won the US Open in 2021. He enters this year’s final Grand Slam with the third shortest line in the Men’s US Open odds. Medvedev is followed by four others with shorter than 20:1 odds to win the event. Jannik Sinner (+1200), Holger Rune (+1600), Stefanos Tsitsipas (+1600) and Casper Ruud (+1600). Alexander Zverev (+2500) is the only player other than those four with odds shorter than 30:1. Taylor Fritz (+3000), Frances Tiafoe (+3500), Matteo Berrettini (+3500) and Felix Auger Aliassime (+3500) round out the top-12 in the Men’s tennis odds for the US Open.

The most notable absences from the Men’s odds board are Rafael Nadal and Nick Kyrgios. The former has been sidelined for the entire 2023 season after undergoing surgery for a hip flexor. The 37-year old all-time great has been keeping tennis fans and bettors up-to-date on his progress and hopes to return to the court at some time in the future. He has said that 2024 will be his last tennis season.

Kyrgios has also been sidelined for most of this season. The Australian native made a run at the 2022 US Open crown before losing in the quarter-finals. He has been out most of this year with a knee injury.

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