Saturday US Open Betting Guide | Tennis Picks & Predictions

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After a crazy day of tennis that featured a standard Novak Djokovic comeback from two sets to love down, we move on to the first weekend of the main draw at the US Open.

Action Network's tennis analysts have gone through the Saturday slate and have picked out their best bets for the action, featuring four matches. There are two from the women's draw and two from the men's draw.

Read on for our picks ahead of the matches.

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Saturday US Open Betting Guide

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.

Jack Draper vs Michael Mmoh

11 a.m. ET

American Michael Mmoh ended the career of John Isner in his second round victory, and now he's looking to follow that up with a win over British star Jack Draper.

Kenny Ducey details his pick for the contest.

Daria Kasatkina vs Greet Minnen

11 a.m. ET

Daria Kasatkina overcame a quality effort from Sofia Kenin in her last match, and she's now looking for a much more comfortable win.

David Gertler discusses why he thinks she can do that.

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Jannik Sinner vs Stan Wawrinka

1:30 p.m. ET

Stan the Man will take on young star Jannik Sinner in a match that is sure to feature some serious ball striking.

Which player has the edge when it comes to the betting odds?

Peyton Stearns vs Katie Boulter

5 p.m. ET

Over on Grandstand, former NCAA tennis star Peyton Stearns will meet Katie Boulter in an early evening showdown.

Gertler outlines his rationale for the American's side.

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