Friday Australian Open Odds, Picks, Predictions | Best Bets Today

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Yet another action-packed day of tennis will be played on the grounds at Melbourne Park of the Australian Open on Friday, as third round play wraps up and we enter the second week of the tournament.

Our expert analysts are targeting a host of matches for their Friday Australian Open picks, with a dozen best bets available across the men's and women's draws.

Read on for our best bets from the Australian Open.

Friday Australian Open Picks

Matches are listed in chronological order. Match times are subject to change, and many will be played after the projected start time. Please bet responsibly. You can check out our responsible gaming hub here.

Anna Kalinskaya (-122) vs Sloane Stephens (+102) 

7 p.m. ET

Anna Kalinskaya and Sloane Stephens will clash with a spot in the second week of the tournament on the line. Who will come out on top?

Emma Navarro (-220) vs Dayana Yastremska (+175)

7 p.m. ET

Rising American star Emma Navarro meets qualifier Dayana Yastremska in a match that should feature some massive hitting.

Tommy Paul (-285) vs Miomir Kecmanovic (+225)

8 p.m. ET

Tommy Paul and Miomir Kecmanovic are familiar with each other at this point, but does the American deserve this hefty price tag?

Clara Burel (-350) vs Oceane Dodin (+260)

8:15 p.m. ET

It's an all-French clash for Clara Burel and Oceane Dodin, as both players have a massive opportunity at a Grand Slam.

Hubert Hurkacz (-170) vs Ugo Humbert (+140) 

9 p.m. ET

Hubert Hurkacz is no stranger to deep runs at big tournaments, but this is a big moment for Ugo Humbert. Does he have a big chance to get the job done?

Carlos Alcaraz (-5000) vs Juncheng Shang (+1400)

9:15 p.m. ET

Carlos Alcaraz's third round match with Juncheng Shang should be fairly straightforward, but how much so is the big question.

Tallon Griekspoor (-170) vs Arthur Cazaux (+140)

10 p.m. ET

After an upset victory over tournament dark horse Holger Rune, Arthur Cazaux is looking for another upset victory to propel himself forward.

Grigor Dimitrov (-1400) vs Nuno Borges (+750)

11:30 p.m. ET

In the midst of a career renaissance, Nuno Borges is breaking out on the main stage of the sport. How can you bet this contest?

Casper Ruud (-280) vs Cam Norrie (+225) 

1 a.m. ET

Casper Ruud is looking for another big hard court Slam run after reaching the US Open final in 2022. He has a chance to get to the fourth round down under, but Cam Norrie stands in his way.

Daniil Medvedev (-500) vs Felix Auger-Aliassime (+360)

3 a.m. ET

Two years ago Daniil Medvedev and Felix Auger-Aliassime put on one of the matches of the event, but the circumstances are much different now.

Iga Swiatek (-1000) vs Linda Noskova (+700) 

3 a.m. ET

After escaping from near-certain defeat against Danielle Collins, Iga Swiatek will meet Linda Noskova with a spot in the fourth round at stake.

Alexander Zverev (-650) vs Alex Michelsen (+450)

4:30 a.m. ET

Can 19-year old Alex Michelsen cause any problems for Alexander Zverev?

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