Monday US Open Odds, Picks | Tennis Predictions

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We've reached the second week of play at the US Open, and the action keeps coming as men's and women's fourth round matches will be played.

Some headliners include Sinner vs Zverev and Sabalenka vs Kasatkina among much more.

Read on to see how our tennis experts are betting Monday's slate of US Open matches.

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Monday US Open Odds & Picks

Matches are listed in chronological order. Match times are subject to change, and many will be played after the projected start time. Read here for advice on watching the US Open. Please bet responsibly.

Jessica Pegula vs Madison Keys

12 p.m. ET

An all-American battle will kick off the Labor Day morning session at Arthur Ashe Stadium, as former finalist Madison Keys takes on Jessica Pegula in the fourth round.

David Gertler drops his favorite pick for the match.

Jack Draper vs Andrey Rublev

12:15 p.m. ET

Over at Louis Armstrong Stadium, Jack Draper will duel with Andrey Rublev as he competes in his first second-week match of a Grand Slam.

What can we expect from this hard-hitting encounter?

Aryna Sabalenka vs Daria Kasatkina

7 p.m. ET

The night session at Ashe will feature a unique stylistic matchup between Aryna Sabalenka, who seeks to hit the ball as hard as possible, and Daria Kasatkina, who features more of a precision game.

See why our expert is expecting the former's style to play a bit better in this event.

Jannik Sinner vs Alexander Zverev

8:15 p.m. ET

Closing out the day is a battle between two dark-horse title contenders in Jannik Sinner and Alexander Zverev.

Which of these players has the edge in this one?

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