US Open 2019 Free Bets Guide
The US Open 2019 is shaping up to be a wonderful renewal of the final Grand Slam of the tennis season. The best players in both the men’s and women’s games are set to do battle in the intense New York summer heat, throwing up some world-class tennis along the way.
What is the US Open?
The US Open 2019 is shaping up to be a wonderful renewal of the final Grand Slam of the tennis season. The best players in both the men’s and women’s games are set to do battle in the intense New York summer heat, throwing up some world class tennis along the way.
How to Bet on US Open Tennis?
Tennis is one of the most popular sports for punters to bet on. High quality tournaments take place almost every week but there’s nothing quite like the four Grand Slams. The online bookies always step up and provide a huge selection of betting markets to make betting on the US Open as easy as possible.
To get a bet on, all you have to do is log in to your bookmaker of choice (if you’re looking for a new bookie we have some huge US Open 2019 free bets available for new customers), head to the tennis page and place your bets.
To help in your quest to win serious profit from the bookies, we’ve put a comprehensive selection of US Open 2019 predictions & betting odds.
Can I bet In-Play on the US Open?
Every single player who gets a place in the draw for the US Open gives everything they have to the cause. That provides several thrilling matches that have serious swings in momentum. In-play betting gives you the chance to capitalize on these swings as and when they happen.
All of the bookmakers we feature on our site offer in-play betting for throughout the US Open so the opportunities are genuinely huge.
What Types of Betting Are Available for the 2019 US Open?
As we’ve seen, in-play betting is incredibly popular with punters during the 2019 US Open. We recommend that you have a look through the in-play betting options available during the first couple of day’s play to work out how it works.
Even more popular than in-play betting is pre-play match betting. An example of this would be backing Roger Federer to win before his match begins. It’s possible to go even further and win even bigger with pre-play betting by combining your bets into US Open accumulators.
The number of markets available for individual matches – both pre-play and in-play – is growing all the time. The best bookies allow you to bet on a whole host of options based on key statistics, handicaps and player specials.
The other main type of betting to consider is ante-post betting. The most popular examples of this are betting on which player will win the men’s singles and women’s singles. We’ve highlighted our picks in our US Open 2019 predictions and betting odds below.
Where Can I Find Free Bets for US Open Betting?
Right here at Freebets.uk!
Then there’s our collection of dedicated free bets for the US Open. These are specifically for this world-class tennis tournament. What’s more, some of them are US Open 2019 free bet no deposit offers!
US Open 2019 Betting Tips
Novak Djokovic is the clear favorite to win the 2019 US Open men’s singles. The Serb is the defending champion and the French Open is the only one of the last five Grand Slams that he hasn’t won.
Djokovic loves playing in New York and is rightly getting a great deal of support in the betting at 5/4 with Coral.
Things are much more open in the women’s singles where there are around 20 players in with a genuine chance of winning the title. Our pick from the top of the market is Ashleigh Barty (10/1 with bet365) who claimed her maiden Grand Slam title at this year’s French Open.
If you’re looking for more of an outsider to back with one of your US Open 2019 free bets we suggest going for Madison Keys who is well priced at a general 14/1.
Previous US Open Tennis Winners
Below is a list of the last 10 winners of the men’s and women’s singles at the US Open.
|Year||Men’s Singles||Women’s Singles|
|2018||Novak Djokovic||Naomi Osaka|
|2017||Rafael Nadal||Sloane Stephens|
|2016||Stan Wawrinka||Angelique Kerber|
|2015||Novak Djokovic||Flavia Pennetta|
|2014||Marin Cilic||Serena Williams|
|2013||Rafael Nadal||Serena Williams|
|2012||Andy Murray||Serena Williams|
|2011||Novak Djokovic||Samantha Stosur|
|2010||Rafael Nadal||Kim Clijsters|
|2009||Juan Martín del Potro||Kim Clijsters|