OddsSeeker.com, like many internet media publications, runs on funding from our advertising partners.
While on OddsSeeker.com you will see advertisements, reviews, and promotions for online gaming companies - these are intended for individuals 21 and older - and only within the listed gaming jurisdictions.
If you use a bonus code or click on certain affiliate links listed on this page or elsewhere on OddsSeeker.com and then make a deposit or purchase at the advertised company we may receive compensation from that company.
The gaming operators listed on OddsSeeker.com do not have any influence over our Editorial team's review or rating of their products.
We thank you for using our affiliate links & codes as a show of support, because that's how we keep OddsSeeker.com free for anyone to read and use.
Crazy Good Odds on Nick Kyrgios to Win 2022 U.S. Open
Maybe Nick Kyrgios just doesn’t have it mentally to ever be an elite tennis player.
As in, one that can win a major tournament.
After all, the hot-headed Australian player, currently ranked No. 45 in the world, reached the Wimbledon final and won the first set against legend Novak Djokovic.
But then his game fell apart, his confidence became shaky,, and that was that.
Djokovic had stormed back to win his 21st Grand Slam title.
The next and final major event of the year is the U.S. Open in New York, Aug. 29-Sept. 11.
However, Djokovic doesn’t expect to even play in the tournament because he remains unvaccinated for COVID-19 and has said he doesn’t plan on getting one.
He’s still listed as the betting favorite (+160) at BetMGM, which means plenty of people think he’ll change his mind.
So with him out and Rafael Nadal getting older and injured why not put a little on Kyrgios, whose odds are an outrageous +3300.
Sure, he’s unlikely to win it all, but there’s clearly tons of talent there, and what happens if he can learn to control his temper, figuer out how to stay out of his own head, and fully get his brattish act together?
There’s not much time to do that before the start of the tournament, but just saying:
Odds of 33-1 look pretty sweet.