Sunday Australian Open Odds, Picks, Match Previews: Experts Break Down Best Bets For Round 4 Slate
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The final day before the quarterfinals start at the Australian Open will commence on Sunday as the fourth round is completed.
Four matches will be played in both the men's and women's draws, and the Action Network's tennis experts break down each and every match.
Read on for our best bets and predictions.
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 Australian Open.
Sunday Australian Open Odds & Picks
7 p.m. ET
Aryna Sabalenka has been one of the most in-form players in the event, but she'll have a tough battle with Belinda Bencic.
Read on to see how David Gertler is playing the tight contest.
8:15 p.m. ET
Frenchwoman Caroline Garcia narrowly escaped a tough challenge from Laura Siegemund, but now she has a match with the steady Magda Linette.
See why Gertler is backing the underdog to put up a fight.
8:30 p.m. ET
Donna Vekic has been in phenomenal form for a few months now, but she has really found her stride in recent weeks.
Will she have what it takes to get by Linda Fruhvirtova? Jon Reid explores.
9 p.m. ET
Former Australian Open semifinalist Karolina Pliskova takes on Shuai Zhang to round out the women's action.
Reid breaks down the match and delivers his best bet.
10 p.m. ET
It's a big day for American tennis as either J.J. Wolf or Ben Shelton will book their spots in the quarterfinals.
Luke Holmberg gives his best bet on a unique prop market.
10:30 p.m. ET
This is one of the best matches that a fourth round could produce, as two ball-strikers take to the court.
See why Kenny Ducey is backing the underdog at this price.
12 a.m. ET
Another American looks to compete in the quarterfinals as Tommy Paul takes on the veteran Roberto Bautista Agut.
Ducey breaks down his best bet.
3 a.m. ET
In the night cap, tournament favorite Novak Djokovic takes on Alex de Minaur, though the nine-time champ may be dealing with a hamstring issue.
See if that is impacting Holmberg's handicap of the match.