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The US Open is the fourth and final tennis Grand Slam of the year which takes place in late August through to early September at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in New York City.
It is a hard court tennis tournament that starts on the last Monday of August and continues for two weeks, usually finishing on the US Labor Day.
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The 2021 US Open will start on Monday 30th August and ends on Sunday 12th September.
Below are the early prices for the outright winners of the 2021 US Open in both the Men’s and Women’s tournaments.
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Most punters tend to bet on tennis in-play, with an estimated 80% of bets placed during a match. But, outright winner bets can also represent great value. We list the outright winner odds below, and often partner with the best betting sites for exclusive betting offers before the event starts.
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The US Open is a hard court tennis tournament that consists of five main championships.
There are also events for juniors, seniors and wheelchair players.
The US Open format is similar to other Grand Slams, but it is the only tournament that has tiebreakers in every single set of the singles matches.
It is also the only Grand Slam tournament with 16 qualifiers (instead of 12) in the women’s singles draw.
There are 22 outdoor courts on the grounds of the US Open, with four show courts, 13 field courts, and 5 practice courts.
Arthur Ashe Stadium – The main court is the 23,000+ seat stadium with a retractable roof.
Louis Armstrong Stadium – The next largest is the 14,000+ Louis Armstrong Stadium which opened in 2018.
Grandstand – A 8,125 seat stadium that opened in 2016.
Court 17 – A 2,800 seat stadium nicknamed “the pit” because the playing surface is sunk 8 feet into the ground.