US Open Tennis Free Bets & Bookie Offers
Confusing having the same name as a golf major, the last of the four Grand Slams of the year comes around at the end of August at Flushing Meadows in New York City in the shape of the US Open. The 2020 US Open will take place from August 30 to September 12 with Dominic Thiem and Naomi Osaka set to defend the title that they won last year.
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US Open 2021
Novak Djokovic bids to win his fourth Grand Slam of the year at the 2021 US Open. The world number one was thwarted in his attempt to win a Golden Slam when being beaten in the semi-finals at the Tokyo Olympics. Djokovic has already claimed the Australian and French Open titles this year and then won Wimbledon in July beating Matteo Berrettini in the final. Last year saw him be defaulted at the US Open after hitting a ball in temper and seeing it strike a lines judge. Roger Federer will miss this championship after pulling out of two tournaments due to injury. Rafael Nadal and defending champion Dominic Thiem is also out injured so a new champion will be crowned.
Naomi Osaka is the defending champion in the women's singles. The world number two has won this title twice in the past three years. Ashleigh Barty is at the top of the rankings and recently won the Wimbledon title for the first time in her career. The Australian has never won this Grand Slam and didn't compete last year.
US Open 2020
Men's Singles - Domininc Thiem beat Alexander Zverev in the final.
Women's Singles - Naomi Osaka beat Victoria Azarenka to win the title for the second time in three years.
Men's Doubles - Mate Pavic and Bruno Soares beat Wesley Koolhof and Nikola Mektic
Women's Doubles - Nicole Melishar and Xu Yifan beat Laura Siegemund and Vera Zvonareva
Dominic Thiem was the second seed and came from two sets down in the final to win the title. Number one seed Novak Djokovic was defaulted after he hit a ball that struck a line official in the throat in the first set of his match against Pablo Correno Busta.
How to claim your free US Open Sign-Up Offer
There are so many options for a free bet over a Grand Slam that it is certainly worth taking your time to make selections and come up with a clever pick. Often popular in tennis competitions too are accumulators and it is definitely a wise choice to spend a good while compiling these multiple bet options.
Once you have come to the conclusion that you have picked the best option you possibly can then choose the bookmaker you want on the right of this screen and click on the link to head over to their website. When you are there simply follow the process to sign up with the certain bookie, this takes no time at all and is just a question of filling in some basic details.
Once this is done then you are ready to have a free bet on the US Open! Find the sportsbook and then the tennis section within that and the US Open will be prominent before your eyes. Click on the odds you most like the look of and that will transfer it into the betting slip and from there on in you can cash in your free bet. It could not be easier, the difficult thing is selecting the right bet.
What are the best US Open free bets?
The winners market is the one that attracts most attention in all the Grand Slams throughout the year and as ever in the world of tennis these days there are four men who dominate that market. These are Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal who have dominated the latter stages of major tournaments in recent years.
Whilst Nadal is the undisputed King of Clay and therefore the French Open and Novak Djokovic has begun to make the Australian Open his own, the US Open tends to be a much more open affair.
Federer went through a spell of winning five editions of the tournament on the spin but that era seems to have come to an end and it is a much less easily predicted competition now.
That quartet have also been upsurped in recent editions, with 14th seed Marin Cilic beating Kei Nishikori in the final in 2014. The 2016 final saw Stan Wawrinka meet Novak Djokovic in the final and Wawrinka caused somewhat of an upset as he claimed his third Grand Slam title, with all three final victories coming against Djokovic. Rafael Nadal however continued his recent renaissance in 2017 as he beat Kevin Anderson in straight sets. Novak Djokovic won the title in 2018 but last year saw Nadal again come out on top. Retaining this title appears to be one of the hardest jobs in tennis. The last player to do so was Roger Federer and he did that in 2008. The last six Women's Singles titles have all been won by different players. The last three years has seen the title won by a player winning their first ever Grand Slam tournament.
There are plenty of markets beyond the simple outright winner and of course the individual matches as the bookmakers seem to get more inventive every year for your free US Open bet.
There are prices available on who will serve the fastest over the two weeks, how long the longest match will be and even how the weather will affect the tournament. There will certainly be no shortage of options for the ardent gambler over the final Grand Slam of the year.
Tell me more about the US Open
The competition dates all the way back to 1881 when Richard Sears won the first of his seven titles, but the star of the early years could only have dreamt of the riches on offer for the winner of both the men’s and women’s event.
As mentioned the tournament begins at the end of August and runs into September, the middle weekend of the tournament always being Labour Day in America. It being at this late stage of the season the competitors are always more susceptible to injury than perhaps they would be at the start of the campaign but it being a Grand Slam it is rare for the best players to miss out.