The 143rd year of US Open tennis kicks off at Flushing Meadows with two must-favourites: Novak Djokovic and Carlos Alcaraz. Jannik Sinner, on the other hand, is one of the tournament’s best known spoilers. Let’s see the rates.
US Open: Will it be between Alcaraz-Djokovic?
There are two matches that are engraved in the memory of tennis fans. The first is the Wimbledon final, the second is the Cincinnati final. What the two participants have in common: Novak Djokovic and Carlos AlcarazWith the Spaniard victorious on English turf and the Serb on American hard courts, the start of the final round of the Grand Slam of the year.
The two champions could only be the clear favorites of the New York grand slam final victory. William Hill* odds in US Open bets support this: Novak Djokovic under consideration first favorite at 2.20Carlos Alcaraz starts a little behind him with 2.75. These are subtle variations because the two champions are so different, but they’re both virtually unplayable with each other.
16 years younger than Alcaraz rival frightening technical integrity for age. On the other hand, Nole is the most successful player in the history of the sport: he is already ahead of the other two legends Nadal (22) and Federer (20) with 23 Grand Slam wins and he wants to miss this tournament. Narrow Grand Slam in 2021.
Sinner’s surprises and luck at the 2023 US Open
Just behind the two aliens is a piece of Italy. If Djokovic and Alcaraz are in the front row in the ideal starting lineup, Jannik Sinner and Daniil Medvedev are undoubtedly in the second place. He says so too Artificial intelligence of the tournamentHe places South Tyrol as the third favourite. William Hill’s assessment is slightly different. Medvedev on the 10th and Sinner on the 13th.
The Russian player does not shine, but maybe hides a little and is still the player to win his first Grand Slam in 2021, beating Djokovic in the final. On the other hand the sinner is back First victory at Masters 1000Obtained on a similar surface in Toronto. Jannik must beat Alcaraz in the quarterfinals in a replay of the epic quarterfinals in 2022.
In this situation Alcaraz won 6-3 6-7 6-7 7-5 6-3 and defeated Ruud in the final. The Norwegian player is among the disappointments of this 2023 and is ranked 51st. The luck of the 34 trio of Stefanos Tsitsipas, Holger Rune and Sascha Zverev seems much more tangible. Matteo Berrettini at 101Lorenzo Musetti in 201.
*Quotes are subject to change