Betting Tips

Tennis Betting Tips: US Open 07/09

Tennis: US Open 2018 Betting Tips

Updated 7th September

Men’s Last 4

Only 4 men remain in the US Open draw; the last four men standing all have a wealth of experience at Grand Slam level – especially at the US Open. Last year’s winner, Rafael Nadal, sits at the top of the draw after a real battle to reach the last 4. On the other side, 2009 winner, Juan Martin del Potro, cruised to the semi-finals and looks in imperious form. Kei Nishikori has bounced back incredibly well from an injury setback to reach his second US Open semi-final; meanwhile perennial Grand Slam champion, Novak Djokovic, has continued to enjoy the summer of 2018 in what has been a precession to the last 4 for the Serbian.

It promises to be a fascinating weekend at Flushing Meadows as 4 of the world’s biggest names face off:-

Match Betting:

Rafael Nadal vs Juan Martin del Potro


Rafael Nadal – 8/13 (Bet365)

Juan Martin del Potro – 13/10 (Coral)

Defending champion Rafael Nadal takes on Juan Martin del Potro in what promises to be the match of the tournament so far. Nadal has beaten del Potro at the semi-finals at Roland Garros and the quarter-finals at Wimbledon and these two men must now be sick of the sight of each other. Del Potro’s only Grand Slam win came in New York, almost a decade ago and he’ll be hoping to channel some of the spirit he showed that year, defeating Nadal and Federer on his way to claiming the title.

Head to Head

This is the 17th meeting between these two giants of the game with Nadal leading the head to head between the two men 11: – including a win at New York at the semi-final stage last year.

Top Match Bet

This should be an absolute epic between two men in great form and they could push each other all the way.

Over 3.5 Sets to be played in the match – 4/9 with Betfred.


Kei Nishikori vs Novak Djokovic


Kei Nishikori – 7/2 (Ladbrokes)

Novak Djokovic – 1/6 (William Hill)

Japanese superstar Kei Nishikori has made an impressive return to form in New York this year – notably defeating Marin Cilic in the last round and he will be full of confidence – which he may need as he lines up against Novak Djokovic. The Serbian has enjoyed an incredible resurgence in 2018 – winning Wimbledon and the Cincinnati Masters and he looks hot favourite to carry on his form and pick up another US Open crown here.

Head to Head

This is the 17th meeting between these two baseliners with Djokovic completely dominating the head to head 14:2. Their last meeting came at Wimbledon where Djokovic won comfortably but Nishikori will be hoping to replicate his 2014 US Open semi-final triumph over the Serb.

Top Match Bet

Kei Nishikori has had a great fortnight but Djokovic looks too good currently and should weather the storm to grind past the Special ‘Kei.

Novak Djokovic to win by 3 sets to 1 – 13/5 with Betsafe.


Women’s Last 4

A changing of the guard appears to be happening in women’s tennis as some of the brightest talents in the women’s game emerge to compete with all-conquering Serena Williams for the US Open crown. Serena has been impeccable on her route so far, dispatching of sister Venus and Karolina Pliskova with ease. Madison Keys is hoping to go one better after losing in the final last year and has been in great nick so far in New York. Then 2 upstarts make up the last 4: Naomi Osaka – who broke through this year by winning Indian Wells and Anastasija Sevastova who has reached her maiden Grand Slam semi-final – beating defending champion Sloane Stephens along the way.

With the final Grand Slam trophy of the year up for grabs the stakes couldn’t be higher at Flushing Meadows:-

Match Betting:

Serena Williams vs Anastasija Sevastova


Serena Williams – 1/5 (William Hill)

Anastasija Sevastova – 19/5 (888sport)

After forging a serene path to the last 4 from the top quarter, Serena Williams will be hoping to take one step closer to claiming Grand Slam title number 24 as she takes on Latvian hot shot Anastasija Sevastova. Both women have enjoyed solid seasons and despite being at very different stages of their career, will both be eager to reach Saturday’s final showdown.

Head to Head

This will be the first meeting between these two players and it promises to be an absolute classic encounter.

Top Match Bet

Anastasija Sevastova has been in great form all year and could push Serena, but Williams should come through in three tight sets.

Serena Williams to win by 2 sets to 1 – 16/5 with Betfred.


Madison Keys vs Naomi Osaka


Madison Keys – 4/6 (William Hill)

Naomi Osaka – 6/5 (Bet365)

Two of the brightest young talents in the women’s game face off for a place in the final at Flushing Meadows as home favourite and last year’s runner-up Madison Keys faces off against hard-hitting youngster Naomi Osaka. Both women have impressed in reaching the last 4 and have negotiated tricky quarters with the likes of Wozniacki and Kerber falling by the way side.

Head to Head

This will be the 3rd meeting between these two players with Madison Keys holding a 2:0 lead in the head to head between the players and they have met in the US Open before – with Keys winning in 3 sets in the round of 32.

Top Match Bet

Naomi Osaka has enjoyed a wonderful year and is surely destined for bigger things in the game but it feels like it’s time for Maidson Keys to announce herself on the big stage and she should come through here.

Madison Keys to win by 2 sets to 1 – 3/1 with William Hill.


Accumulator Bet

With places in the US Open final up for grabs – here’s out last 4 accumulator:-


Rafael Nadal vs Juan Martin del Potro – Rafael Nadal to win

Serena Williams vs Anastasija Sevastova – Serena Williams to win

Kei Nishikori vs Novak Djokovic – Novak Djokovic to win

Madison Keys vs Naomi Osaka – Madison Keys to win


Backing these 4 players to win pays 3.23 with Bet365.


US Open Betting Tips and Predictions Week 2

Men’s Week Two

With the first week done, it’s time to look at the US Open betting tips and predictions for week 2. After such an eventful opening week at Flushing Meadows, the second week is where heroes will be crowned. The usual contenders remain very much in the mix to pick up the trophy on Sunday. Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal have been imperious in their opening matches in New York. However, Novak Djokovic has shown title-winning form too since picking up his 4th Wimbledon back in July. In amongst the legends of the game, there are plenty of young upstarts eager to make their mark on Grand Slam tennis. Also, home support is still very much alive in the form of John Isner.

With such players in the midst of the last 16 and quarter final ties, it promises to be a fascinating second week in the Big Apple:-

Match Betting:

Marin Cilic vs David Goffin


Marin Cilic – 8/15 (Betsafe)

David Goffin – 9/5 (Coral)

2014 US Open Champion, Marin Cilic, continues to operate at the top table of men’s tennis. He reached the Australian Open final earlier in the year but he has yet to win a Grand Slam since his triumph in New York four years ago. David Goffin has endured a tough year, with the Belgian struggling through injury and a loss of form. However, his resurgence in Cincinnati and now in New York so far this year will fill him with confidence; he is looking to close out the season in style.

Head to Head

This is the 7th meeting between these two European heavyweights. It is David Goffin who leads the head to head 4:2 with all of their meetings coming on either clay or hard court.

Top Match Bet

Both men are capable of extraordinary tennis and their contrasting styles could make it a classic.

Over 3.5 Sets to be played in the match – 1/2 with Betfred.

Juan Martin del Potro vs John Isner


Juan Martin del Potro – 2/7 (Bet365)

John Isner – 13/5 (William Hill)

Two of the on form men at the ATP Tour meet in a fascinating encounter at Flushing Meadows; 2009 champion, Juan Martin del Potro, meets home favourite John Isner in the last 8 in New York. Del Potro has enjoyed his best season in the tour in recent years and looks more than capable of going all the way this year at the Big Apple. On the other hand, Isner, fresh off the back of his Wimbledon semi-final heartbreak, looks set to give the home fans some cheer this year.

Head to Head

The stakes for the 12th meeting between these two giants of the game promises to be an excellent battle. However, it is Juan Martin del Potro leading the head to head record 7:4.

Top Match Bet

Two of the hardest-hitters on the tour face off in what could be a last 8 encounter to remember at Flushing Meadows. It promises to be decided by the finest of margins.

Set 1 to be decided by a tie break – Evens with Ladbrokes.


Accumulator Bet

With crucial last 16 and last 8 matches to choose from, here’s our accumulator:-

Juan Martin del Potro vs John Isner – Juan Martin del Potro to win.

Marin Cilic vs David Goffin – Marin Cilic to win.

Rafael Nadal vs Dominic Thiem – Rafael Nadal to win.

Roger Federer vs John Millman – Roger Federer to win.


Backing these 4 players to win pays 3.05 with Bet365.


Women’s Week Two

With top seeds Simona Halep, Caroline Wozinacki and Angelique Kerber leaving the Big Apple field in week one, the second week at Flushing Meadows looks to be a very open one. Serena Williams, Sloane Stephens and Madison Keys continue to fly the flag for the American contingent as they hope for an American winner for the second year running. In addition to the big names, some of the upcoming players on the WTA Tour have reached the second week in New York; the likes of Naomi Osaka and Lesia Tsurenko will be keen to continue to go deep this week.

The last 16 and quarter final ties are on the horizon in week two in New York and as we reach the business end of the competition the match ups become even more intense:-

Match Betting:

Serena Williams vs Karolina Pliskova


Serena Williams – 4/11 (William Hill)

Karolina Pliskova – 11/4 (888sport)

23-time Grand Slam Champion Serena Williams is looking for her seventh US Open crown as she looks to continue to negotiate her difficult side of the draw in New York going into week two. Karolina Pliskova reached the final at Flushing Meadows in 2016 and has subsequently made it to number 1 in the world and her good run of form this year could see her push Serena all the way in as the two go head to head.

Head to Head

This is only the 3rd meeting between these two hard-hitters and with one win each historically, this could be a classic encounter. Their last meeting was at the US Open in 2016 where Pliskova triumphed on her way to the final.

Top Match Bet

With these two women operating at the top of their games currently, this could be an epic encounter that goes all the way to 3 sets.

Over 2.5 Sets to be played in the match – 6/4 with Ladbrokes.


Match Betting:

Sloane Stephens vs Anastasija Sevastova


Sloane Stephens – 2/5 (William Hill)

Anastasija Sevastova – 21/10 (Bet365)

Defending champion Sloane Stephens continues to impress at the US Open and she looks well set to make another assault on her only Grand Slam win so far. Latvian Anastasija Sevastova, has reached the last 8 at Flushing Meadows for the third year in a row and having lost out to Stephens at his stage last year, will be desperate for revenge on the biggest stage.

Head to Head

This is the 4th meeting between these two players with Stephens leading the head to head record between the players 2:1. They last met in Montreal last month with Stephens picking up a comfortable 6-2, 6-2 win.

Top Match Bet

Anastasija Sevastova will push Sloane Stephens all the way; however, the American looks well set to continue her charge towards back to back US Open titles by coming through this tough encounter.

Over 20.5 games to be played in the match – 5/6 with Ladbrokes.


Accumulator Bet

With crucial last 16 and last 8 matches to choose from, here’s our accumulator:-


Sloane Stephens vs Anastasija Sevastova – Sloane Stephens to win

Serena Williams vs Karolina Pliskova – Serena Williams to win

Marketa Vondrousova vs Lesia Tsurenko – Lesia Tsurenko to win

Madison Keys vs Dominika Cibulkova – Maidson Keys to win


Backing these 4 players to win pays 5.28 with Bet 365.

Quarter Betting: Men’s Main Draw

Grand Slam tennis is the pinnacle of the game; with 128 players to choose from at the start of the US Open – it can be a difficult task, attempting to pick the winner of a major event.

History suggests the big names such as Federer, Nadal and Djokovic will all feature in the latter stages. However, as proven by Kevin Anderson’s appearance in the final last year, anyone can go all the way.

Betting on each quarter of the draw is often a profitable business as it can spring its fair sure of surprises. This year’s US Open looks no different with Grigor Dimitrov the biggest casualty of the event on Day 1.


Quarter Betting US Open Tips and Predictions:

Quarter 1:

 Defending champion, Rafael Nadal, looks well placed to retain the US Open. This is a feat he has never achieved in New York before and he had little trouble in dispatching of David Ferrer in Round 1. The Mallorcan is 8/13 with Bet 365 to come through and reach the last 4 at Flushing Meadows this year.

There are some big names in contention for Nadal to deal with should he be looking to reach the last 4. Firstly, Wimbledon runner-up Kevin Anderson shares Nadal’s quadrant. Having reached the final here last year, he looks to have firmly established himself in the top 10 of men’s tennis; the South African giant is 13/2 with Ladbrokes to reach the last 4 again this year.

Another man that has the potential to upset Nadal’s title defence is Dominic Thiem. The French Open runner up isn’t known for his hard court prowess but at 10/1 with William Hill, is certain to fancy his chances of a run to the last 4. Elsewhere, youngsters Denis Shapovalov and Karen Khachanov both have hugely powerful and athletic games as part of the next generation of men’s tennis. Both are priced at an appealing 20/1 with Coral to have a breakthrough tournament in New York.


Top Pick for Quarter 1: Rafael Nadal – 8/13 – Bet 365.


Quarter 2:

As is often the case in Grand Slams, quarter 2 can throw up the most intriguing and interesting match ups; this year’s US Open looks no different. Number 3 seed and 2009 champion Juan Martin del Potro is the favourite to progress in a congested draw. The Argentine has been in good form this year and looks worth backing at 5/2 with Coral. Fresh off the back of his opening day win over Grigor Dimitrov, Stan Wawrinka will be looking to emulate his 2016 triumph in New York; he looks to be in decent form and the hard-hitting Swiss is 10/3 with Ladbrokes to reach the last 4.


2012 Champion, Andy Murray, has returned from almost a year out in New York. However, despite his lack of competitive court time, he is always a contender and he too will like his chances at 6/1 with 888 Sport. The big names in quarter 2 just keep on coming; Milos Raonic and John Isner, two of the biggest hitters in the game, will be looking to reach the last 4 in New York. At 6/1 and 9/1 respectively (both with Coral) they look like good outside punts.


Top Pick for Quarter 2: Juan Martin del Potro – 5/2 – Coral.


Quarter 3:

The most open quarter of the 2018 US Open is the third. The absence of really big names is sure to make it one of the most interesting battles for a last 4 berth. World number 4, Alexander Zverev, continues to impress on the ATP Tour; he regularly goes deep in Masters Events, but his lack of consistency at Grand Slam level has posed questions. He’s 7/4 with Bet365 to reach his maiden Grand Slam semi-final.


2014 Champion, Marin Cilic, is always one to watch at Grand Slams. Having reached the final of the Australian Open earlier in the year, he will fancy his chances here at 11/4 with Betfred. Converseley, 2014 runner up, Kei Nishikori, has gradually built up his form and fitness throughout 2018; at 6/1 with Coral, he could well find himself back in the last 4 of a Grand Slam here in New York.


Belgian, David Goffin, is enduring a miserable run of form. However, he is ranked at number 10 in the world, so he has the potential to go all the way in big events. He looks like a strong outside bet at 15/2 with Coral. Home-grown talent, Frances Tiafoe, is one of the most exciting prospects on the ATP Tour and his unique playing style endears him to the next generation of tennis fan.  At 16/1 with Bet365 and a favourable draw, he could be worth an outside bet in New York.


Top Pick for Quarter 3: Marin Cilic – 11/4 – Betfred.


Quarter 4:

In arguably the most difficult quarter of the draw to call, two of the all-time greats look destined to meet at the quarter final stage. Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic share the last remaining quadrant of the draw. Djokovic is the form player on the tour, winning in Cincinnati in the final warm-up event and winning Wimbledon last month. He looks to have his mojo back and looks well placed at 10/11 with Coral to reach the semi-finals.


Federer is seeded 2 here at Flushing Meadows, but hasn’t won the US Open for a decade; he hasn’t looked at his best since the start of the year which is reflected in his odds of 7/4 with Unibet to reach the last 4. Enigmatic Aussie Nick Kyrgios is enduring a tough time in the rankings and is seeded number 30 in New York. However, he is more than capable on his day and at 7/1 with Bet365 may be worth the gamble to reach his first Grand Slam semi-final.

Elsewhere, Australian Open semi-finalist, Hyeon Chung, has enjoyed a fantastic year, despite being injured for a few months and at 20/1 with Coral, possesses a genuine outside chance of reaching the last 4 in the Big Apple.


Top Pick for Quarter 4: Novak Djokovic – 10/11 – Coral.


Here is our US Open betting tips Quarter Betting Accumulator in the men’s draw:


First Quarter – Rafael Nadal

Second Quarter – Juan Martin Del Potro

Third Quarter – Marin Cilic

Fourth Quarter – Novak Djokovic


If all 4 players reach the semi-final, a four-fold accumulator bet pays 31.23 with Bet 365.

Tournament Preview

The final Grand Slam of 2018, The US Open, is upon the world’s top player ; it promises to be a fascinating fortnight of tennis at Flushing Meadows in both the male and female draws. Here are the best US Open betting tips.

Tournament History

The US Open is now in its 138th year.   It continues to go from strength to strength as one of the leading Grand Slam events on the tennis calendar. Formally known as the US National Championships, the event is played on hard courts. However, a move was made in 1978, with the event previously being played out on clay and grass. The US Open offers the biggest winning purse of any of the Grand Slams – with over $50 million dollars to be distributed among the winners and losers in New York.



As the final Grand Slam of the year, the US Open adopts the same format as Wimbledon, the French Open and the Australian Open. Once the qualifying rounds are completed, 128 players make up both the male and female main draws – with matches taking place over a 2 week period.
The US Open is the anomaly on the Grand Slam calendar as it is the only event that uses tiebreakers in every set of a match – including the final set – a trait not used at any of the other big three events.



The Billie Jean King Tennis Centre, Flushing Meadows, New York has been the home of the US Open since 1978 – a move that coincided with the decision to play the event on a hard court surface. Originally, the event was held on the grass courts at Newport, Rhode Island before moving to the West Side Tennis Club, New York in 1915. During its time at West Side, the event was briefly played on clay (1975-1977) before the definitive move to Flushing Meadows in 1978.



Monday 27th August 2018 – Monday 10th September 2018.


Previous Winners (Men’s)

As with all of the Grand Slam events on the calendar, the US Open has a distinguished alumnus of past winners – many of whom are regarded as some of the all-time greats of the game. Americans Jimmy Connors and Pete Sampras lead the way with 5 US Open titles each in the open era whilst Swiss supremo Roger Federer also has 5 crowns to his name as he looks to add a 6th this year. Perennial bad boys John McEnroe and Ivan Lendl have picked up 4 and 3 tournament wins respectively whilst defending champion Rafael Nadal also has 3 titles at Flushing Meadows to his name.


Previous Winners (Women’s)

As with the men’s past winners list, some of the greatest females ever to grace the game have picked up the title at Flushing Meadows on multiple occasions. American legends Serena Williams and Chris Evert share the record for the most tournament wins in New York with six titles each. Margaret Court won her 5 titles as she crossed over into the open era back in 1970 whilst German legend Steffi Graf also won the event on 5 occasions. Eternal legends Martina Navratilova and Billie Jean King have both won the US Open 4 times each as they etched their names in to female tennis folklore.


2018 Tournament Preview


Five-time winner Roger Federer returned to the tour by reaching the final at Cincinnati last time out where he fell in the final to man of the moment – Wimbledon champion, Novak Djokovic. Defending champion, Rafael Nadal, will be hoping to retain his title and pick up his second Grand Slam of the year, whilst 2012 winner Andy Murray, 2014 champ Marin Cilic and 2016 victor Stan Wawrinka will all fancy their chances of picking up a second US Open trophy this year.



Despite her lack of appearances on the tour this year due to her maternity leave and personal issues, Serena Williams is sure to be the woman to beat in a very open draw in New York. Simona Halep is the world number 1 and reached the final in Cincinnati last week whilst Sloane Stephens arrives back to the Big Apple as the defending champion. Angelique Kerber won Wimbledon last month and she’ll be looking to add a second US Open to her cabinet – after winning in the city that never sleeps back in 2016.


2018 US Open Tournament Preview

Men’s Outright Winner Odds:-

The final Grand Slam of the year in New York is always a highlight of the tennis playing calendar. This year looks to be no different. With the recognised big three of Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic all having won one Grand Slam each this season, it will be a fascinating battle to see if one of them can claim the bragging rights for the season or if a contender can swoop in and claim the title at Flushing Meadows.

Here are some of our favourites for the US Open title:

Novak Djokovic– 12/5 (Bet365)Few would have expected to see Novak Djokovic at the top of the odds list two months ago after his exit at the French Open, raising question marks over his competitiveness in men’s tennis anymore. He has answered those questions in style, by winning at Wimbledon and in Cincinnati.

Rafael Nadal – 11/4 (Coral)The defending champion arrives in New York having skipped the Cincinnati Masters; he looks to defend his title once again. His performance in Toronto will fill him with confidence that he can claim his 4th US Open crown.

Roger Federer – 9/2 (888 Sport)The five-time US Open champion has not lifted the trophy in New York for a decade – his last win back in 2008. Having already claimed the Australian Open on a hard court this season, he will fancy his chances this year but has a tough draw.

Alexander Zverev – 12/1 (BetFred)The young German continues to impress every week on the ATP Tour but question marks are raised at his stamina in 5 set matches. He certainly possesses the skill to go all the way at Flushing Meadows; however, he lacks the self-belief at times on the biggest stage.

Juan Martin del Potro – 14/1 (William Hill)The 2009 champion had a solid season and returns to the home of his only Grand Slam win as the number 3 seed. The ‘Tower of Tandil’ is always tough for any opponent; if he plays to his full potential, he is more than capable of going the distance.

Marin Cilic – 20/1 (Unibet)The 2014 champion has enjoyed another solid season on the tour, reaching the Australian Open final. Losses to Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal have checked his progress in his last two events; he’ll be hoping he can get revenge here.


Top Tips

Top Pick – Novak Djokovic – 12/5 (Bet365)

Outside Pick – Marin Cilic – 20/1 (Unibet)


Match Betting Accumulator:

With 64 opening round matches to choose from in the men’s draw, building an accumulator can be a lucrative way to bet on the US Open:-

 Roberto Bautista-Agut vs Jason Kubler – Roberto Bautista-Agut to win

John Isner vs Bradley Klahn – John Isner to win

Karen Khachanov vs Albert Ramos-Vinolas – Karen Khachanov to win

Mischa Zverev vs Taylor Fritz – Mischa Zverev to win

Alex De Minaur vs Taro Daniel – Alex De Minaur to win


If all selections are successful it pays 4.63 with Bet 365.


2018 US Open Tournament Preview

Women’s Outright Winner Odds:-

The final Grand Slam of the year promises to be a fascinating battle;  pretty much all of the female events on the tour being blown wide open of late. Angelique Kerber, Simona Halep and Caroline Wozniacki have all claimed a major title this year;they will be looking to double their tally for the season. However, the usual bunch of contenders will be keen to get their hands on a Grand Slam before the end of the season.

Here are some of our favourites for the US Open title:-

Serena Williams – 6/1 (Bet365): As always, Serena Williams is the woman to beat at Grand Slam events and her six titles here at Flushing Meadows speak for themselves. She reached the final at Wimbledon last month, despite barely playing any tennis this season; she will take some stopping if she’s anywhere near her best.

Simona Halep– 6/1 (Unibet)The Romanian opened her career Grand Slam account at the French Open and has been in good nick since, winning in Montreal and reaching the final in Cincinnati. She decided to rest in Connecticut last week and should arrive in New York fighting fit.

Angelique Kerber – 15/2 (Ladbrokes)The 2016 US Open champion has been in fantastic form this season, clinching her maiden Wimbledon crown last month as she storms back up the rankings. She had poor showings in Cincinnati and Montreal but will be hoping she’s saved her best tennis for Flushing Meadows.

Sloane Stephens– 10/1 (William Hill)The defending champion in the Big Apple looks well placed to defend her trophy after reaching the final in Montreal (losing to Halep) and she loves playing on the hard courts . She has a tricky draw to negotiate; however, she won from an unseeded draw last year so shouldn’t be phased by that.

Petra Kvitova – 14/1 (888sport)The Czech superstar has never gone past the quarter finals in New York but is always one to watch in the big events with her powerhouse game style capable of causing problems for anyone.

Madison Keys– 20/1 (BetFred)Last year’s runner up looks well placed to feature in the latter stages at Flushing Meadows once again this year and with another year of experience on the WTA Tour under her belt – she looks like one to watch in New York this year.


Top Tips

Top Pick – Simona Halep – 6/1 (Unibet)

Outside Pick – Madison Keys – 20/1 (BetFred)


Match Betting Accumulator:

 With 64 opening round matches to choose from in the women’s draw, building an accumulator can be a lucrative way to bet on the US Open:-

Danielle Collins v Aryna Sabalenka – Aryna Sabalenka to win

Andrea Petkovic v Jelena Ostapenko – Jelena Ostapenko to win

Anett Kontaveit v Katerina Siniakova – Anett Kontaveit to win

Zarina Diyas v Karolina Pliskova – Karolina Pliskova to win

Yulia Putintseva v Bernarda Pera – Yulia Putintseva to win


If all selections are successful it pays 6.97 with Coral.