The Men’s Grand Slam season comes to a close in September, as the winner of the US Open 2022 will be crowned. Once again, it will be an exciting event in New York City, as the world’s best compete for the final Grand Slam of the season. But, who is the current favorite to claim Slam glory in the United States later this year?

Before Betting On Men’s US Open 2022 

Despite having his back against the wall for long periods at SW19, there was a familiar face lifting the famous trophy at Wimbledon in the summer. Novak Djokovic managed to see off Nick Kyrgios and win a seventh Wimbledon title, and he will be hoping that he can end the year with success at Flushing Meadows. However, he could have his chance taken away from him, as he will be relying on a COVID exception to participate, as Serbian still hasn’t committed to having the jab against the virus.

Daniil Medvedev is the second choice in the betting. He was forced to miss Wimbledon, after SW19 organizers didn’t allow players representing Russia or Belarus participate. Medvedev is the defending US Open champion, and has reached the final twice in the previous three years. In fact, four different players have won the previous four editions of the Grand Slam.

Rafael Nadal and Alexander Zverev are also both prominent in the betting, but it is unclear whether either will be able to participate at the US Open. Both players are currently out with injuries. Dominic Thiem won the Slam in 2020, beating Zverev in five sets. Meanwhile, Nadal has won the US Open twice since 2017, and four times in total throughout his career.

Men’s US Open 2022 Offshore Odds

Novak DjokovicNot Available+125Not Available+143
Daniil MedvedevNot Available+240Not Available+246
Carlos AlcarazNot Available+375Not Available+420
Rafael NadalNot Available+550Not Available+600
Alexander ZverevNot Available+900Not Available+950
Stefanos TsitsipasNot Available+1200Not Available+1225
Jannik SinnerNot Available+2500Not Available+2200
Felix Auger-AliassimeNot Available+2500Not Available+2300

It promises to be another exciting Grand Slam event at the end of the year. However, Novak Djokovic is far too short for our liking, as he may not even be involved. We would be willing to take a chance on Carlos Alcaraz, who has reached the latter stages of the previous two Grand Slams played on the hard court. He is best priced at +420 with MyBookie.