US Open 2022: Full schedule, seedings, match times, prize money and latest odds for Flushing Meadows

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US Open 2022: Full schedule, seedings, match times, prize money and latest odds for Flushing Meadows

Grand Slam tennis returns for the final time in 2022 with the US Open at Flushing Meadows well underway.

This time a year ago, Emma Raducanu was storming first through qualifying and then then main draw, as she went all the way in New York without dropping a single set in truly remarkable fashion.

Consistency has been an issue since then but the 19-year-old has showed signs of returning to her fearless best and returns to the scene of her greatest triumph as the 11th seed.

One of those impressive recent wins was against Serena Williams, who is set to bring down the curtain on her tennis career at the end of the tournament. The 24-time Grand Slam champion beat Danka Kovinic in the first round to delay her retirement.

Andy Murray and Cameron Norrie are both safely through to the second round after comfortable wins, where they are joined by Daniel Evans, Jack Draper and Harriet Dart after a strong start from the British contingent.

Novak Djokovic is not competing in New York, unable to travel due to his vaccination status and as it stands he will have to wait until the French Open in May to add to his major tally.

Dates and venue

The US Open started on Monday, August 29, 2022, and runs for 14 straight days until Sunday, September 11.

As ever, it is being played at Flushing Meadows in New York.

How to watch the US Open

TV channel: The tournament will be broadcast in the UK on the Amazon Prime streaming service.

Live stream:  Amazon Prime subscribers will be able to watch the action either on their website or through the app.

Prize money

Men’s and women’s singles

  • Champion - $2.6million

  • Finalist - $1.3million

  • Semi-finalist - $705,000

  • Quarter-finalist - $445,000

  • Fourth round - $278,000

  • Third round - $188,000

  • Second round - $121,000

  • First round - $80,000

Men’s and women’s doubles (per pair)

  • Champion - $688,000

  • Finalist - $344,000

  • Semi-finalist - $172,000

  • Quarter-finalist - $97,500

  • Third round - $56,400

  • Second round - $35,800

  • First round - $21,300

Emma Raducanu will hope a return to New York can inspire her (PA Media)
Emma Raducanu will hope a return to New York can inspire her (PA Media)

Full schedule

Play will begin for the morning sessions at 4pm BST, with the evening sessions getting underway at midnight UK time.

  • Tuesday, August 30– men’s and women’ singles first round

  • Wednesday, August 31 – men’s and women’s singles second round

  • Thursday, September 1 – men’s and women’s singles second round

  • Friday, September 2 – men’s and women’s singles third round

  • Saturday, September 3 – men’s and women’s singles third round

  • Sunday, September 4 – men’s and women’s singles last 16

  • Monday, September 5 – men’s and women’s singles last 16

  • Tuesday, September 6 – men’s and women’s singles quarter-finals

  • Wednesday, September 7 – men’s and women’s singles quarter-finals

  • Thursday, September 8 – women’s singles semi-finals

  • Friday, September 9 – men’s singles semi-finals, men’s doubles final

  • Saturday, September 10– women’s singles final, mixed doubles final

  • Sunday, September 11– men’s singles, women’s doubles final

Seedings

Men’s

  • 1. Daniil Medvedev

  • 2. Rafael Nadal

  • 3. Carlos Alcaraz

  • 4. Stefanos Tsitsipas

  • 5. Casper Ruud

  • 6. Felix Auger-Aliassime

  • 7. Cameron Norrie

  • 8. Hubert Hurkacz

  • 9. Andrey Rublev

  • 10. Taylor Fritz

  • 11. Jannik Sinner

  • 12. Pablo Carreno Busta

  • 13. Matteo Berrettini

  • 14. Diego Schwartzman

  • 15. Marin Cilic

  • 16. Roberto Bautista Agut

  • 17. Grigor Dimitrov

  • 18. Alex de Minaur

  • 19. Denis Shapovalov

  • 20. Daniel Evans

  • 21. Botic van de Zandschulp

  • 22. Frances Tiafoe

  • 23. Nick Kyrgios

  • 24. Francisco Cerundolo

  • 25. Borna Coric

  • 26. Lorenzo Musetti

  • 27. Karen Khachanov

  • 28. Holger Rune

  • 29. Tommy Paul

  • 30. Maxime Cressy

  • 31. Nikoloz Basilashvili

  • 32. Miomir Kecmanovic

Cameron Norrie is the seventh seed after moving up to a career-best world ranking (Getty Images)
Cameron Norrie is the seventh seed after moving up to a career-best world ranking (Getty Images)

Women’s

  • 1. Iga Swiatek

  • 2. Annett Kontaveit

  • 3. Maria Sakkari

  • 4. Paula Badosa

  • 5. Ons Jabeur

  • 6. Aryna Sabalenka

  • 7. Simona Halep

  • 8. Jessica Pegula

  • 9. Garbine Muguruza

  • 10. Daria Kasatkina

  • 11. Emma Raducanu

  • 12. Coco Gauff

  • 13. Belinda Bencic

  • 14. Leylah Fernandez

  • 15. Beatriz Haddad Maia

  • 16. Jelena Ostapenko

  • 17. Caroline Garcia

  • 18. Veronika Kudermetova

  • 19. Danielle Collins

  • 20. Madison Keys

  • 21. Petra Kvitova

  • 22. Karolina Pliskova

  • 23. Barbora Krejcikova

  • 24. Amanda Anisimova

  • 25. Elena Rybakina

  • 26. Victoria Azarenka

  • 27. Martina Trevisan

  • 28. Ekaterina Alexandrova

  • 29. Alison Riske-Amritraj

  • 30. Jil Teichmann

  • 31. Shelby Rogers

  • 32. Elise Mertens

Latest odds for US Open

Men’s Singles:

Daniil Medvedev 2/1

Rafael Nadal 7/2

Carlos Alcaraz 5/1

Nick Kyrgios 15/2

Women’s Singles:

Iga Swiatek 10/3

Coco Gauff 10/1

Caroline Garcia 14/1

Aryna Sabalenka 16/1

Odds correct as of 11pm on Tuesday 30th August. Subject to change.