Mens US Open Winner Outright Tips
Key Stat: Rafael Nadal is after his 23rd Grand Slam title
- The Spaniard is exclusively chasing majors at this point of his career
- He has won two out of three Grand Slams this year
- Nadal is the main favorite at Flushing Meadows in the absence of his main rival Novak Djokovic
Rafael Nadal will be chasing his record-extending 23rd Grand Slam title this week in New York City. The Spaniard has one Grand Slam trophy more than Novak Djokovic in the race for the “GOAT” title in tennis. We know that Djokovic was not allowed to participate in this year’s event. The absence of the Serbian superstar is a huge boost for Nadal who has won four US Open trophies in his career. Rafa is thus the best player in this tournament. He plays the best when it matters the most and he will be extremely motivated to get another Grand Slam trophy under his belt.
Looking at the rest of the pack, it is very hard to see who could potentially threaten Nadal’s silverware here. His compatriot Carlos Alcaraz (projected to be the future star of the sport) is not enjoying his best form these days. Top seed Daniil Medvedev is also far from his best right now. Nadal did lose to latter champion Borna Coric two weeks ago in Cincinnati, but we all know that he is particularly chasing majors at this point of his career. We will back the Spaniard to lift the trophy at the US Open at the odds of +410.
Key Stat: Nick Kyrgios is flying high after reaching his first Grand Slam final this summer
- Kyrgios is a very talented player capable of beating anyone in the world on his day
- In the absence of proper favorites for the title (apart from Nadal), the Aussie could thrive in New York City
- The value is decent with the +1300 odds offered for Nick to go all the way
The second pick is a massive longshot but in the absence of proper favorites (outside from Nadal), we have to try with Nick Kyrgios. The extravagant Australian has just played the maiden Grand Slam final of his career this summer at Wimbledon where he fell in four sets to Novak Djokovic. Kyrgios is enjoying by far his best season and the mentioned Wimbledon final will only increase his confidence ahead of the last Grand Slam of the year. Could this be his moment? We will go with Nick Kyrgios to lift the trophy at the odds of +1300.
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