John Millman v Roger Federer under 30.5 total games @ $1.80
After what Federer did to Kyrgios, he’ll now face another Aussie in John Millman. This is the first time Millman has reached the fourth round, and he’s had a fantastic tournament so far but this is next level. The GOAT only needed 29 games to dismantle Kyrgios, and I don’t expect him to be flirting with his form against Millman leading into a Quarter Final against Djokovic.
Nishikori -1.5 sets @ $1.83
Has been very good to the Wolf so far this tournament, and we’ll continue to ride him in the fourth round against Kohlschreiber. The veteran German is coming off a huge win against Zverev, but the Japanese is rock solid. Nishikori smashed Kohlschreiber on clay in May 6-1 6-2, and will go into this with extreme confidence at a tournament he loves playing at. Expect Kei to win this in either 3 or 4 sets at nice odds.
Naomi Osaka @ $2.28
Plenty of attention on how good Sabalenka has been so far this tournament, but Osaka has been equally as good – but just hasn’t come up against the same calibre. The big hitting Japanese has only dropped a staggering seven games so far this tournament, including destroying ‘giant killer’ Aliaksandra Sasnovich in double bagels. Sabalenka coming off a huge win against Petra Kvitova has been the talk of the tournament with her big hitting, but Osaka also possesses great power in her game with a bit more consistency. A win here provides a nice path to the Semi Finals, and is a handy price for the tournament at $15 which will provide great cashout value at the Semi Final stage.