Saturday US Open Best Bets: The Third Round Matches With Value (September 3)
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Serena Williams highlighted Friday’s slate of tennis, but we’re moving on and kicking off the weekend with a number of US Open wagers. Our experts have found 10 matches with betting value on a packed slate of tennis.
1 p.m. ET
Andrey Rublev and Denis Shapovalov have had some epic encounters in the past and Carmine Carcieri is looking forward to this one.
Read on to see the side that he’s backing.
1:15 p.m. ET
It’ll be a battle of differing styles in this contest and Kenny Ducey believes that’s reason to have faith in the American.
Read on for his rationale in the Jenson Brooksby vs. Carlos Alcaraz clash.
1:35 p.m. ET
Marin Cilic is a former US Open champion, but he’ll have a tough encounter in this third-round match with Dan Evans.
See why Jonathan Reid is targeting a specific total.
2 p.m. ET
Diego Schwartzman is certainly fortunate to be in the third round and he’ll have a stiff test in the form of American Frances Tiafoe.
Ducey outlines the issues Schwartzman may face and why you’d be wise to fade the Argentinian.
2:50 p.m. ET
Ilya Ivashka pulled off one of the upsets of the second round and Lorenzo Musetti pulled off a stunning comeback two rounds ago.
See why Luke Holmberg is targeting the odds-on favorite in this encounter.
3 p.m. ET
Karolina Pliskova battled past a hobbled Marie Bouzkova in her last outing, but she won’t be as fortunate in this match.
David Gertler explains why Belinda Bencic is a tough matchup for the former finalist.
3:35 p.m. ET
Qinwen Zheng is taking the tennis world by storm as the 19-year old continues to provide quality Grand Slam outings.
Will she be able to keep it going against the big-hitting Jule Niemeier?
7 p.m. ET
Is it finally time for Rafael Nadal to put in a quality showing from start to finish?
Holmberg thinks so and he is looking at the spread to provide value.
8:15 p.m. ET
Jannik Sinner has had an up-and-down run to the third round and he’ll face another American in the form of Brandon Nakashima.
Will Sinner face challenges with Nakashima? Carcieri explores.
9 p.m. ET
Capping off the action is a battle between Danielle Collins and Alize Cornet.
There are sure to be long rallies in this one and Gertler believes that favors one player.