Tuesday US Open Odds, Picks | Round 1 Predictions

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Tim Clayton/Getty. Pictured: Carlos Alcaraz.

The second day of first round action at the US Open continues on Tuesday as top seeds such as Carlos Alcaraz, Daniil Medvedev and Aryna Sabalenka get their campaigns underway.

Our team of tennis betting analysts have crafted their favorite bets for the slate of play that is set to unfold across both of the men's and women's draws.

Dive in to see how we're delivering our Tuesday US Open picks and our round 1 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 US Open. Please bet responsibly.

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Tuesday US Open Picks

Matteo Berrettini vs Ugo Humbert

11 a.m. ET

In a match that may end up being one of the biggest-hitting contests of the first week, Matteo Berrettini meets Ugo Humbert.

Read on to see how Kenny Ducey is forecasting the showdown.

Matteo Arnaldi vs Jason Kubler

11 a.m. ET

The first round clash between Matteo Arnaldi and Jason Kubler represents a big opportunity for both players to earn a key Grand Slam victory.

Tennis analyst Jon Reid delivers his best bet.

Leylah Fernandez vs Ekaterina Alexandrova

11 a.m. ET

In the women's draw former finalist Leylah Fernandez will battle Ekaterina Alexandrova for a spot in the second round.

David Gertler evaluates the match.

Daniil Medvedev vs Attila Balazs

12 p.m. ET

2021 US Open champion Daniil Medvedev has as close to a guaranteed win as you can possibly get in the sport.

He takes on Attila Balazs, who enters the event on a protected ranking without a set better than 6-2 in 2023.

Cameron Norrie vs Alexander Shevchenko

12:30 p.m. ET

Will Cam Norrie be able to rebound from a tough North American swing in the biggest event of the American stretch?

He faces a tough test in Russian Alexander Shevchenko.

Lesia Tsurenko vs Elsa Jacquemot

1 p.m. ET

Lucky loser Elsa Jacquemot meets Lesia Tsurenko in a clash of consistent baseliners.

Who has the edge in this one? Gertler breaks it down.

Yulia Putintseva vs Martina Trevisan

Two players that aren't typically the best on the faster surfaces of America will square off here.

Will Yulia Putintseva secure a victory or will clay-courter Martina Trevisan suprise?

Round 1 Predictions

Daria Kasatkina vs Alycia Parks

2:15 p.m. ET

American Alycia Parks is the near-polar opposite of her opponent, Daria Kasatkina.

Will the big-hitting home favorite or the consistent wall that is Kasatkina prevail?

Jack Draper vs Radu Albot

3 p.m. ET

It's been a tough year of injuries for Jack Draper to deal with, but he has a chance to start a new phase of his career when he takes on Radu Albot.

Can we count on the Brit? Luke Holmberg breaks it down.

Lloyd Harris vs Guido Pella

4 p.m. ET

Guido Pella will say goodbye to tennis very soon, but can he pick up a final Grand Slam victory in his retirement season?

His opponent, Lloyd Harris, has had success in New York in the past, but he's not in the best of form. Read on for a full match preview.

Jannik Sinner vs Yannick Hanfmann

7 p.m. ET

Kicking off the night session is the Toronto Masters champion, Jannik Sinner, against German Yannick Hanfmann.

Carmine Carcieri keys in on his best bet.

Carlos Alcaraz vs Dominik Koepfer

8:15 p.m. ET

The biggest star in tennis, alongside Novak Djokovic, is Carlos Alcaraz. The newly crowned Wimbledon champion opens his campaign against Dominik Koepfer.

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