Wednesday Australian Open Odds, Picks, Predictions | Who Will Advance to Round 3?

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Wednesday's Australian Open slate brings a number of bettable matches, as both the men's and womens' draws carry on. Dozens of matches will be played throughout the day.

Our Action Network tennis analysts have written up their favorite bets for the day's match sheet, and you can find each preview below.

Read on for our Wednesday Australian Open predictions.

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Wednesday Australian Open Picks & Predictions

Matches are listed in chronological order. Match times are subject to change, and many will be played after the projected start time. Please bet responsibly. You can check out our responsible gaming hub here.

Jiri Lehecka (-360) vs Alex Michelsen (+280)

7 p.m. ET

Opening up the action in Melbourne Park is a battle between Adelaide champion Jiri Lehecka and Alex Michelsen.

Anna Kalinskaya (-200) vs Arantxa Rus (+160) 

7 p.m. ET

In the women's draw, a match between Anna Kalinskaya and Arantxa Rus will get play started.

Casper Ruud (-575) vs Max Purcell (+425)

8 p.m. ET

Max Purcell upset Casper Ruud in Cincinnati last summer, but does he have it in him to do it on home soil in a Slam?

Tommy Paul (-135) vs Jack Draper (+115)

8:15 p.m. ET

Jack Draper got past American Marcos Giron in five sets to open his campaign, but he'll have an even more difficult bout with an American on Wednesday.

Martina Trevisan (-190) vs Oceane Dodin (+150)

8:30 p.m. ET

In as stark of a contrast of styles as you can have, Martina Trevisan and Oceane Dodin meet in the second round down under.

Miomir Kecmanovic (-155) vs Jan-Lennard Struff (+125)

9 p.m. ET

Miomir Kecmanovic has been finding his range to open the season. Will he be able to get through the big-serving Jan-Lennard Struff?

Daria Kasatkina (-160) vs Sloane Stephens (+130) 

9 p.m. ET

American Sloane Stephens will have to work hard to beat Daria Kasatkina, and our expert doesn't think she has it in the tank to get the job done.

Dayana Yastremska (-125) vs Varvara Gracheva (+100)

9 p.m. ET

Dayana Yastremska pulled off one of the results of the opening round by beating Marketa Vondrousova, and she now has a big chance to get to the third round against Varvara Gracheva.

Juncheng Shang (-260) vs Sumit Nagal (+210)

9:30 p.m. ET

After two impressive victories in difficult circumstances, Juncheng Shang and Sumit Nagal will be searching for their career-best Slam results.

Arthur Fils (-165) vs Tallon Griekspoor (+135) 

10:15 p.m. ET

Rising star Arthur Fils will take on Tallon Griekspoor in a rematch of their US Open epic.

Emma Navarro (-330) vs Elisabetta Cocciaretto (+260)

10:30 p.m. ET

American Emma Navarro may still be under the radar, but the highly talented player will not be there for long. She takes on Elisabetta Cocciaretto in the second round.

Hubert Hurkacz (-550) vs Jakub Mensik (+350) 

11:30 p.m. ET

Serves will be flying and aggression will be on display when Jakub Mensik and Hubert Hurkacz meet.

Holger Rune (-700) vs Arthur Cazaux (+500)

3 a.m. ET

In the night session, Holger Rune looks to progress further in the draw, this time tested by Frenchman Arhtur Cazaux.

Elena Rybakina (-2000) vs Anna Blinkova (+1260)

3 a.m. ET

2023 finalist Elena Rybakina is a massive favorite against Anna Blinkova, but how can you bet the contest?

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