Monday WTA US Open Fourth-Round Betting Previews: How to Bet Osaka-Bencic, More
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- The final four women's matches of the US Open fourth round will be played on Monday, starting at 11 a.m. ET.
- Brett Farrenkopf previews all four matches, including a primetime affair between Bianca Andreescu and Taylor Townsend.
By the end of Labor Day, we will have our final four women’s quarterfinalists at the 2019 US Open. In order to better prepare you for your Monday tennis bets, check out our betting previews for each of the four matches below, starting with Donna Vekic (-110) vs. Julia Goerges at 11 a.m. ET.
Donna Vekic (-110) vs. Julia Goerges (+100)
Monday, 11 a.m. ET
My line: Vekic -135
Vekic, who’s slowly risen through the ranks since last summer, currently sits at No. 22 in the world. And the Croat is poised to continue that climb.
On the other hand, after winning her opening tournament of 2019 in Auckland, Goerges has had a fairly disappointing year.
Both players looked impressive in the first week. Vekic hasn’t faced the stiffest competition but did secure a quality second-round win against the always-dangerous Kaia Kanepi. Goerges has the best win between the two against No. 7 seed Kiki Bertens in blowout fashion.
The biggest storyline for Goerges in this tournament so far has been the improvement of her second serve. The German has won more than 55% of second-serve points in all three matches, compared to a 47.6% average for the year. If she can maintain that clip, she can beat anyone on Tour since her first serve is one of the best in women’s tennis.
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