Novak Djokovic v Kyle Edmund in the R4 of the US Open
Novak Djokovic has to train a lot to gain his best form. This is definitely a bad sign for the event’s favorite. Kyle Edmund is better tuned for the play. At this stage of the event the Serbian has to come out to the court and close it out as fast as possible. Djokovic is obliged to benefit of the Brit’s inconsistency and failures. Kyle is powerful enough, has a decent serve. But it won’t be a trouble for the Serb’s return.
Betting pick: The handicap is too risky. Better to choose a Total Under market.
Gael Monfils v Marcos Baghdatis in the R4 of the US Open
The both players are in good form; however Gael Monfils is stronger and consistently hold his serve. It’s very curious to see what the play will look like on the baseline. The two decently hold the ball in and have no troubles in playing long rallies. And it’s very difficult to say how it will affect the final outcome. We expect there’ll be break points converted in every set. And we also guess that the two will have some failures. Gael Monfils is likely to take advantage of the five-setter. Generally, the match isn’t good for betting, but we’d like to single out the following betting lines.
Betting pick: +2.5 positive handicap on Marcos Baghdatis;
3-1 win by Monfils at the odds of 3.54.
Rafael Nadal v Lucas Pouille in the R4 of the US Open
Rafael Nadal has won at the expense of Andrey Kuznesov’s troubles. At the same time, the Spaniard has allowed the Russian to prevail on his serve. Up for Nadal now is Lucas Pouille, who is a lot more difficult opponent. The Frenchmale has found his play and disposed of the fatigued Bautista Agut. Pouille serves big and has displayed effective rallies and movements along the court. But we guess that the Spanish level of tennis will again make the difference. Actually it’s very strange that Rafa manages to get one straight win after another, even Djokovic has already lost one set.
Betting pick: Handicap and total markets against Rafa looks promising. Lucas Pouille is capable of winning the needed number of games.
Jo-Wilfred Tsonga v Jack Sock in the R4 of the US Open
Tsonga shows great tennis: powerful and aggressive. But there is some lack of concentration in Tsonga’s actions, which to date has been unpunished. But how long will it be so? Jack Sock has made significant progress and has very solid first serve percentage. It’s very difficult to break the American now. The both of the future opponents have booming forehand. The American moves better and this should be the key aspect in the upcoming battle. Neither Cilic, nor Anderson made Tsonga and Sock show their best tennis. It’s hard to define the favorite, we tend to believe in close struggle.
Betting pick: Positive handicap on Jack Sock.
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