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US Open Tennis Betting Offers and Free Bets

16 August 2022
par Anthony Vella

Last year’s US Open tennis provided a tournament to remember, as Daniil Medvedev won his first Grand Slam and Emma Raducanu rewrote all kinds of records. Read on for plenty of reasons why the 2022 US Open will be just as memorable, find US Open tennis betting tips, and net yourself a batch of free bets from Ladbrokes to spice the fortnight up even further.

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Ladbrokes US Open Tennis Offers 2022

The tennis US Open welcome offer is a great way to introduce yourself to betting with Ladbrokes. If you’re a new customer to Ladbrokes, you can claim £20 in free bets by staking £5 on a sports bet of your choice. This includes the host of tennis betting options that are open to you. The Ladbrokes US Open tennis free bets are ideal to use for the final Grand Slam of the year, as they’re split into four bets of £5 each, so you can place a tennis acca each day, or even settle down for a long session at Arthur Ashe Stadium and use them all in one afternoon. There are a few key T&Cs to be aware of, so let’s take a look at the US Open tennis offer in a little more detail.

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Free bets breakdown 4 x £5 free bets
Offer restrictions New customers only
Eligible payment methods Paypal and certain other deposit methods excluded
Qualifying bet Minimum bet of £5, within 14 days of opening account
Qualifying odds 1/2 (1.5) or greater
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18+ New UK+IRE Customers only. Certain deposit methods & bet types excl. Min first £/€5 bet within 14 days of account reg at min odds 1/2 to get 4x £/€5 free bets. Free bets available to use on selected sportsbook markets only. Free bets valid for 7 days, stake not returned. Restrictions + T&Cs apply

Ladbrokes US Open Tennis Welcome Bonus terms and conditions:

  • You can register for the offer if you’re a new Ladbrokes customers aged 18+ and based in the UK or Ireland.
  • When signing up for your account, you should enter the Ladbrokes tennis promo code if one is available, though no free bet code is currently needed.
  • Your US Open tennis qualifying bet stake must be £5 or more and placed within 14 days of opening the account.
  • Your qualifying bet must be placed at odds of 1/2 (1.5) or bigger.
  • The £20 in free bets will be in the form of 4 x £5 free bets.
  • Free bets must be used on sports, including tennis, and are valid for 7 days.

US Open Preview, Odds and Tennis Betting Tips

Men’s US Open Tennis Preview

After years of predictability at the head of the US Open tennis betting odds, 2022 brings a real change and great uncertainty. Novak Djokovic’s participation is in severe doubt, Rafa Nadal is coming back from the abdominal problems which curtailed his Wimbledon campaign, and Roger Federer is still recovering from injury. This leaves defending champion Daniil Medvedev, who looks the man to beat despite a first round defeat to Nick Kyrgios at the Canadian Open. The form of Carlos Alcaraz has tailed off somewhat, and backing a 19 year-old at 5/1 doesn’t strike us as standout value.

If you’re looking for bigger US Open odds than the 13/5 on Medvedev, one realistic alternative is Nick Kyrgios, who cast aside controversy to reach the final at Wimbledon, and followed it up by winning both the singles and doubles titles at Washington in August. Throw in his recent victory over Medvedev and we can see why his 2022 US Open odds have been slashed to a best priced 8/1. For even tastier odds, consider Canadian Open finalist Hubert Hurkacz (50/1), the 2014 US Open tennis champion Marin Cilic (100/1) who is enjoying something of an Indian summer to his career, or even Dan Evans (200/1) who invariably hits a purple patch heading into Flushing Meadows.

Men’s US Open Tennis Betting Odds

Player Ladbrokes US Open betting odds (pre-event) US Open seeding
Daniil Medvedev 13/5 1
Rafael Nadal 4/1 2
Carlos Alcaraz 11/2 3
Nick Kyrgios 8/1 23
Stefanos Tsitsipas 12/1 4
Jannik Sinner 16/1 11
Taylor Fritz 22/1 10
Borna Coric 25/1 27
Matteo Berrettini 28/1 13
Felix Auger Aliassime 28/1 6

Men’s US Open Tennis Betting Tips

Round 1, Day 1: Dominic Thiem returns to the US Open for the first time since winning the title there in 2020, but he’ll do well to even progress to the second round on this occasion. Thiem’s career has stalled after suffering wrist and finger injuries, followed by a real struggle to regain his best form, and the former world number three now sits outside the top 200. The opposite can be said for his opponent, Pablo Carreno Busta, who heads to Flushing Meadows having recently secured his first Masters title. The Spaniard’s run to the final included straight sets wins over Matteo Berrettini and Jannik Sinner, so backing a 3-0 victory at 7/5 looks the way to go.

Round 1, Day 2: The first day of the US Open saw a mixture of one-sides victories and unpredictable shocks, but today should see a least a couple more straightforward victories. Enigmatic Frenchman Benoit Paire is on a downward spiral, with just one main tour victory since May, so Cameron Norrie should make short work of his first round opponent. Marin Cilic will also be confident of a hassle-free path into round two, as he faces Maximilian Marterer who has failed to win a main draw match at Flushing Meadows in three previous attempts. A straight-sets double on Norrie and Cilic pays out at attractive odds of 7/4

Round 2, Day 4: Norrie and Cilic both came good for us in round one, landing our US Open straight sets double, and we’ll be backing Marin Cilic again as part of what should be a straightforward second round fourfold. He should have more than enough to see off clay court specialist Albert Ramos Vinolas who has failed to reach the third round here in 11 attempts. Leg two of our acca has Dan Evans to see off James Duckworth – Evans invariably brings his A game to Flushing Meadows, whereas Duckworth’s record here is just 2-6. Eighth seed Hubert Hurkacz breezed through round one in straight sets and is a level above opponent Ilya Ivashka. Finally, Rafa Nadal completes our acca. The Spaniard takes on Fabio Fognini who will be weary after battling through a five-set marathon, and Nadal has won their five most recent matches on hard courts.

Round 3, Day 5: We’re reaching the stage of the tournament where one-sided matches are replaced by tighter encounters, and there are at least three such ties on Friday night at Flushing Meadows. Matteo Berrettini may ultimately get the better of Andy Murray, but the fact he needed four sets, including two tie-breakers, to see off Hugo Grenier indicates we should expect another hard-fought encounter. Pablo Carreno-Busta v Alex de Minaur is 12th seed v 18th seed, and that should be played out on court with little to separate these two closely matched players. Lastly, Tommy Paul needed five sets to get past both his first and second round US Open opponents and the home crowd should expect another marathon when he faces Casper Ruud – the fifth seed but with all his best results on clay. We recommend backing Berrettini v Murray, Carreno-Busta v de Minaur and Paul v Ruud all to last over 38 games, either individually or in an 11/2 treble.

Round 3, Day 6: Cam Norrie has already equalled his best US Open run, and he’ll expect to extend his stay in New York City even further by seeing off Holger Rune. Rune has struggled since reaching the French Open quarter-finals, winning losing seven of his last eight matches heading into the US Open. One of those defeats was actually at the hands of Norrie, so expect more of the same on Saturday evening – Ladbrokes are 8/15 that Norrie wins 3-0 or 3-1. Also expected to be in action on Saturday is Rafa Nadal, and he really couldn’t have wished for a better third round opponent than Richard Gasquet. It’d be a huge understatement to say Nadal has the Frenchman’s number, having won their last 17 encounters and a remarkable 31 sets in a row. It’s therefore hard to see anything other than another 3-0 victory for Nadal, at odds of 8/15.

Round 4, Day 8: Cameron Norrie duly saw off the challenge off Holger Rune in straight sets, and he’s back in action on Monday, up against what should be sterner opposition in Andrey Rublev. Norrie’s progress has gone under the radar somewhat, but three wins without dropping a set is the sign of a player with confidence and he can get the better of Rublev too, even if it isn’t such plain sailing. Rublev has been taken to a fifth set twice already, which all plays into Norrie’s hands as he bids to reach his second Grand Slam quarter-final of the year. If backing at odds-on isn’t your cup of tea, look to Marin Cilic. Betting odds of 4/1 to upset Carlos Alcaraz are insulting to the in-form Croat who impressed in a high quality victory over Dan Evans. That win can act as the perfect warm-up and, while Alcaraz’s time will surely come, the big-serving 2014 US Open champion simply has to be backed at the prices on offer.

Quarter-finals, Day 9: Casper Ruud now stands just three wins away from his first grand slam and becoming the world number one – all that despite having never won a Masters level title. Of course, the Norwegian can only beat the players put in front of him, but he’s already dropped sets to two players ranked outside the top 100, as well as being taken to a fifth by Tommy Paul. Next up is Matteo Berrettini, who isn’t at his best but should still be marginal favourite here. His US Open stats, regarding winners and unforced errors, are a shade better than Ruud’s, and he also came out on top in straight sets when the two met here in 2020.

Also in action on Tuesday is Nick Kyrgios who now finds himself as US Open favourite after defeating Daniil Medvedev. The fact that win wasn’t overly shocking is evidence in itself that Kyrgios is now the real deal, regardless of his antics. Next up is Karen Khachanov, and it’s hard to see Kyrgios coming a cropper here. He’s in the form of his life and has developed a consistently high level, rather than dropping off after a big win as some players do. The Berrettini/Kyrgios double looks good with betting odds of 11/8.

Quarter-finals, Day 10: Frances Tiafoe v Andrey Rublev isn’t a quarter-final that many would’ve predicted, but we can look forward to what should be a tightly fought encounter. Tiafoe won in five sets when the two met here last year, and something similar would come as no surprise. It’s tough to call the winner, but another Tiafoe/Rublev five-setter is more likely than odds of 5/2 would suggest.

Women’s US Open Tennis Preview

Emma Raducanu produced arguably the biggest shock in tennis history last year, winning 10 matches without dropping a set to secure her maiden Grand Slam title and the tender age of 18. Bagelling both Serena Williams and Victoria Azarenka at this year’s Cincinnati Open might have some dreaming of an unlikely repeat at Flushing Meadows, but all logic is telling us to look elsewhere for this year’s main contenders.

Iga Swiatek (9/2) justifiably sits atop the US Open tennis betting odds, after winning six tournaments on the bounce earlier this year, but she has since gone four events without reaching a final so could be worth opposing. Also prominent in the US Open betting are Canadian Open winner Simona Halep (8/1), two-time US Open champion Naomi Osaka (25/1), and 2022 Wimbledon winner Elena Rybakina (20/1). Of the bigger US Open betting odds, look to Beatriz Haddad Maia (35/1) who already has two WTA singles trophies to her name in 2022, or even the consistent Jessica Pegula (28/1) who will enjoy the backing of the home crowd.

Keep an eye on the US Open draw, as it’d be no surprise to see some fancied players fall early, opening up a section for an in-form outsider as happened last year with Raducanu.

Women’s US Open Tennis Betting Odds

Player Ladbrokes US Open betting odds (pre-event) US Open seeding
Iga Swiatek 9/2 1
Simona Halep 8/1 7
Cori Gauff 16/1 12
Caroline Garcia 16/1 17
Aryna Sabalenka 18/1 6
Emma Raducanu 18/1 11
Elena Rybakina 20/1 25
Naomi Osaka 25/1 Unseeded
Ons Jabeur 25/1 5
Belinda Bencic 28/1 13

Women’s US Open Tennis Betting Tips

Round 2, Day 3: Harriet Dart produced one of the biggest shocks of round one by knocking out tenth seed Daria Kasatkina. The Brit has been rewarded with a second round tie against world number 91 Dalma Galfi, but it could well have an ‘after the Lord Mayor’s show’ feeling, and Galfi can take advantage at odds of 5/4. Much of the focus in round two will undoubtedly surround Serena Williams, and her hopes of a fairy-tale US Open run may live on against world number two Anett Kontaveit. The Finn’s first round win looks impressive on paper, but actually contained as many unforced errors as winners, and a similar showing is more likely to be punished by Serena at odds of 7/4, with full backing from the partisan crowd.

Round 2, Day 4: Our women’s US Open straight sets double is headed by eighth seed Jessica Pegula who is the epitome of consistency, very rarely losing to lower ranked players and surely too good for Aliaksandra Sasnovich. Joining Pegula in our straight sets double, which pays out at around 11/5, is Iga Swiatek. The world number one might not quite be at her ridiculous levels from earlier in the season, but a 6-3 6-0 first round victory should give her confidence, and Sloane Stephens hasn’t won consecutive matches herself since Roland Garros in May.

Round 3, Day 6: Danielle Collins has already caused something of an upset in this year’s US Open, defeating Naomi Osaki, and her good form continued in her round two victory, recording a winners:unforced errors ratio of 28:17. Compare this to Alize Cornet – Emma Raducanu’s conqueror – who came through her second round tie with a 14:28 ratio, and you’ll understand why a Collins victory in straight sets is the bet here, at 6/4. Combine this with Jessica Pegula who has already won for us in round two, and should be a level above world number 142 Yue Yuan. Ladbrokes are offering the best available price for another Pegula straight sets victory, with betting odds of 1/2.

Quarter-finals, Day 9: Cori Gauff’s dreams of becoming the second 18-year-old woman to win the US Open in as many years are looking more and more likely by the round, and she’ll be able to count on having the home crowd behind her on Tuesday. The American teenager is actually the underdog against Caroline Garcia, despite being seeded higher than her French opponent, and holding a 2-0 head-to-head record. Yes, Garcia has hit form in winning both the Poland Open and Cincinnati Masters recently, but this still feels like a coin toss, so we have to go with Cori Gauff to edge what could be a thriller by two sets to one, given the appealing odds of 4/1.

Quarter-finals, Day 10: Iga Swiatek’s path to the quarter-finals looks relatively trouble-free, dropping just one set, but she’s been below her imperious A game this week, having produced more unforced errors than winners in each of her four victories. Jessica Pegula, on the other hand, has hit more winners in three of her US Open matches this fortnight and a similar performance level should result in a upset at Flushing Meadows. Pegula should certainly win a set at 8/11, but chancing a 2-1 win for Pegula feels like the best play here, with odds of 11/2 looking generous.

Ladbrokes US Open Tennis Offers FAQ

Where will the US Open tennis be in 2022?

The US Open tennis has been held on the hard courts of Flushing Meadows in New York City since 1978. The 2020 event took place without spectators present, but full houses are expected during 2022, with the US Open stretching from 29 August to 11 September 2022.

Is the US Open tennis on TV?

It will be possible to watch the US Open tennis in many countries, with ESPN screening the event in the US, and Amazon Prime hosting it for the UK audience in 2022. It is expected to the final US Open on Amazon Prime in the UK, before the event switches back over to Sky Sports from 2023. Many bookmakers also have the rights to stream the 2022 US Open tennis, and you can access their tennis streaming for free by signing up for a betting account.

Will Nadal play U.S. Open 2022?

There had been doubts over whether Rafa Nadal would play in the US Open 2022, after he withdrew from his Wimbledon semi-final with an abdominal injury. Fortunately, he recovered sufficiently to compete in the Cincinnati Masters ahead of Flushing Meadows, and will participate in the US Open tennis too.

Is Novak playing US Open in 2022?

Novak Djokovic’s participation in the US Open 2022 was in doubt for months, due to laws around unvaccinated travellers to the United States. The Serb eventually confirmed his withdrawal, having already been forced to miss various warm-up events in the likes of Washington and Cincinnati.

Who is favourite to win US tennis Open 2022?

In the men’s event, Novak Djokovic late withdrawal means it’s defending champion Daniil Medvedev who heads into the tournament as men’s US Open favourite, ahead of pretender to the throne Carlos Alcaraz, Rafa Nadal, and the controversial in-form Aussie Nick Kyrgios. In the women’s US Open, Emma Raducanu is 18/1 to defend her title, but it’s world number one Iga Swiatek who heads the betting from Simona Halep, current doubles number one Cori Gauff, and Cincinnati Master winner Caroline Garcia.

Can you bet on the US Open tennis?

Yes, there are a wide range of options when it comes to US Open betting with respected bookmakers like Ladbrokes. On top of a US Open tennis sign up offer, you can expect to find live streaming of most of the matches, plus pre-match and in-play betting odds ranging from match and tournament winners to the outcome of each individual point.

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