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

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The Australian Open rolls into the weekend with one of the craziest Grand Slam tournaments continuing to provide nonstop entertainment.

Fourth round play will get going on Saturday, as seed across the men's and women's draws compete for spots in the Australian Open quarterfinals.

Here are our Saturday Australian Open picks.

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Saturday Australian Open Picks

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Coco Gauff (-2300) vs Magdalena Frech (+1420)

8 p.m. ET

2023 US Open champion Coco Gauff is now the favorite for the Australian Open title, thanks to Iga Swiatek's upset loss. She'll face Magdalena Frech for a spot in the quarters.

Marta Kostyuk (-200) vs Maria Timofeeva (+160)

9 p.m. ET

Both Marta Kostyuk and Maria Timofeeva have a chance at their career-best Slam result, but who has the edge in this matchup?

Aryna Sabalenka (-500) vs Amanda Anisimova (+380) 

9 p.m. ET

2022 Aussie Open champ Aryna Sabalenka is the second-favorite in this iteration of the event, just behind Gauff. Will she be able to cruise past Amanda Anisimova.

Novak Djokovic (-3000) vs Adrian Mannarino (+1750) 

9:30 p.m. ET

Novak Djokovic has eased to this match with Adrian Mannarino, a man who upended Ben Shelton in the last round. Where is the value in this contest?

Stefanos Tsitsipas (-145) vs Taylor Fritz (+120)

 9:30 p.m. ET

Stefanos Tsitsipas and Taylor Fritz played a classic in Melbourne two years ago, but how have things changed since then?

Mirra Andreeva (-215) vs Barbora Krejcikova (+175) 

11:30 p.m. ET

16-year old prodigy Mirra Andreeva will face a great gatekeeping test from veteran Barbora Krejcikova. Will she be able to pass through another tough contest?

Jannik Sinner (-1000) vs Karen Khachanov (+650) 

12 a.m. ET

Can Jannik Sinner keep cruising through the Australian Open draw, or will the ever-present Karen Khachanov pose a problem?

Andrey Rublev (-125) vs Alex de Minaur (+105)

3 a.m. ET

Andrey Rublev and Alex de Minaur are familiar with each other at this point, and oddsmakers are setting this up as a tight affair. Where is the edge?

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