Novak Djokovic has been far and away the most dominant force in men’s tennis this year, and he’s expected to continue his stellar play in the next Grand Slam tournament. On the heels of winning his second consecutive Wimbledon championship, Djokovic is the overwhelming favorite to claim the 2015 U.S. Open title.

Ranking No.1 in the world for over a year, Djokovic has been given even betting odds to win the final Grand Slam tournament of 2015. He seized the top spot in the ATP rankings from Rafael Nadal when he emerged victorious at Wimbledon last year, and he hasn’t looked back, continuing to stand out as the best member of tennis’ “Big Four.”

Djokovic has won two of the three Grand Slam tournaments this year, giving him nine titles in his career. Winning at both the Australian Open and Wimbledon, Djokovic only came up short at the French Open, where he still managed to reach the finals. The French Open is the only Grand Slam championship that has eluded Djokovic in his career.

Even outside of the Grand Slam tournaments, Djokovic has been nearly unbeatable. With wins in Rome, Monte Carlo and Miami, Djokovic has won five of his last six tournaments. All of his losses have come against tough competition, suffering just one defeat against a player that isn’t currently ranked in the top five.

For nearly three months, Djokovic has stayed away from singles play outside of the Grand Slam tournaments. He’s back in action at the Coupe Rogers in Montreal, taking the court for the first time since he defeated Roger Federer at Wimbledon on July 12.

Despite his dominance, it may not be smooth sailing for Djokovic to win at Flushing Meadows. It’s been four years since Djokovic won the U.S. Open title, and he watched as Marin Cilic claimed the championship last year. The world’s top player was ousted in the semifinals last year by Kei Nishikori, and he reached the U.S. Open finals each year from 2010-2013, winning the title just once.

Andy Murray is considered to be Djokovic’s biggest competition with +400 betting odds. The No.3 player in the world didn’t make it past the U.S. Open quarterfinals in either of the last two years, but he topped Djokovic to win the title in 2012. But Djokovic has had Murray’s number on hard court, going 16-6 against the Brit on the surface, including a win in the 2015 Australian Open final.

Federer dominated the U.S. Open from 2004-2008, winning the championship each year. He hasn’t had as much luck of late, failing to reach the finals in each of the last five years. Federer’s last two trips to a Grand Slam final were spoiled by Djokovic, who beat him to win Wimbledon both last year and this year. But Federer did get a hard-court victory over Djokovic in 2015, beating him in straight sets to win the championship in Dubai.

Rafael Nadal has struggled in 2015, falling all the way to No.9 in the rankings. He has +1000 odds to win the U.S. Open, where he defeated Djokovic for the championship in both 2010 and 2013. Nadal hasn’t advanced beyond the quarterfinal of a Grand Slam tournament since last year’s French Open, but he’s reached the final in each of his last three U.S. Open appearances, having not played at Flushing Meadows since 2013. Nadal has a 23-21 edge over Djokovic in their 44 career head-to-head matches, though Djokovic has won six of the last seven.

Stan Wawrinka, who beat Djokovic in the French Open final, has +1100 U.S. Open odds. Below are the complete betting odds for the top players in the field, courtesy of

Novak Djokovic EVEN

Andy Murray +400

Roger Federer +600

Rafael Nadal +1000

Stan Wawrinka +1100

Kei Nishikori +1400

Marin Cilic +2200

Grigor Dimitrov +2500

Juan Martin Del Potro +3300

Tomas Berdych +3300

Milos Raonic +3300

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga +5000

Nick Kyrgios +8000

David Ferrer +10000

Gael Monfils +10000

David Goffin +12500

John Isner +12500

Bernard Tomic +12500

Ernests Gulbis +12500

Dominic Thiem +15000