Nick Kyrgios v Alexandr Dolgopolov: Total match games under (23.5) – 8/11
Trying to figure out the enigma Kyrgios is like a foundation level maths student solving the Riemann Hypothesis.
He can be sublime or simply awful depending on his mood. The Aussie leads this head-to-head 2-0 and is yet to drop a set to Dolgopolov (both matches were played on hard courts).
Added to the fact that he finished extremely strongly against
Australian tennis player Ebden in the last round (scoring a 6-2 win in the final set), we see good value in the total match games figure being under (23.5) at 8/11.
Michael Mmoh v Alex De Minaur: De Minaur to win – 8/11
This could be an intriguing matchup between two young up and coming players.
Both still teenagers, they seem to have found a spark since the dawning of the New Year and are playing crowd pleasing tennis to boot. The American Mmoh showed grit and determination overcoming tournament sleeper Mischa Zverev in the last round.
Yet, the upset of the tournament has come from the home favourite De Minaur, when he showed composure beyond his years to foil Milos Raonic’s return to tennis with a convincing straight sets victory (6-4, 6-4).
Trust the Aussie crowd to get behind De Minaur and it should be enough to see him dispatch his opponent, making the 8/11 shout on him to win the match look a value play here.
Anastasija Sevastova v Aliaksandra Sasnovich: Sasnovich to win– 11/5
Our traders tipped her at 6/4 yesterday and she did the business, so another upset certainly isn’t off the cards again at 11/5.
This is the first match-up between the pair and the 23-year-old Belarusian impressed after going a set down in her quarter-final to Alize Cornet.
She is on a seven-match winning streak, so her confidence will be high going into this one.
The spread is a potentially more cautious approach, however we feel Sasnovich has the capability of taking this one.