How To Bet ATP US Open Day 7 - Best Plays & Free Tennis Picks

Djokovic

Joao Mourato

Saturday, September 3, 2016 8:19 PM GMT

Saturday, Sep. 3, 2016 8:19 PM GMT

Join us and find out our two top betting selections for the ATP US Open Day 7. We'll provide a detailed analysis, explaining why you should grab these two valuable tennis picks.

 

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Novak Djokovic (1) vs. Kyle Edmund
After struggling with some physical issues in recent weeks, Novak Djokovic couldn’t ask for a better draw on this event. After losing one set on his debut against Jerzy Janowicz, Djokovic saw Jiri Vesely withdrawing from the competition before their second round contest and after that, Mikhail Youzhny retired after just four games on the first set. With all these retirements, Djokovic had more than enough time to recover from those slight problems and for that reason, we should see the Serbian performing at his best from now on.

With his surprising victory over John Isner in the previous round, Kyle Edmund secured not only an unprecedented place in the fourth round of a Grand Slam event, but also a new career high ranking as world no.54. Known for his outstanding forehand, Edmund ended the match against Isner with 76.92% of his baseline winners with that shot. After losing his previous three encounters against top 10 opponents, Kyle is looking for an historical victory over the world no.1.

This will be the second career meeting between these two players, with Djokovic winning their previous encounter earlier this year in Miami by 6 – 3 6 – 3.

Even though Edmund’s recent improvements, there isn’t much he can do against an opponent like Djokovic. As it happened on their previous encounter, Novak should get the job done in straight sets and for that reason, our suggestion is for you to add Djokovic’s set handicap to your betting picks as the highest value play for this contest.

Free Tennis Pick: Novak Djokovic -2.5 Set Handicap (-143)
Best Line Offered: at Pinnacle

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Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (9) vs. Jack Sock (26)
After reaching the French Open 4th round in 2015, Jack Sock is for the second time in his career at this stage of a Grand Slam event. Even though Jack was priced as heavy underdog on his previous match against Marin Cilic, the American surprised the 2014 US Open champion with a straight sets victory, ending the match without facing a single break point. However, Sock is known for struggling to maintain a consistent level and after such a massive achievement, we seriously doubt that he can present the same level on this match.

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga loves to compete on Grand Slam events with a terrific 75.00% winning record while his overall record is 68.89%. After two easy contests against Guido Andreozzi and James Duckworth, a very close contest was expected in the 3rd round against the 2015 quarterfinalist – Kevin Anderson. However, Tsonga performed close to his best level, dismissing the South-African by 6 – 3 6 – 4 7 – 6. Known for his mental strength, Tsonga saved all the seven break points he faced throughout the match.

These two players will face each other for the second time in their careers, with Tsonga winning their previous encounter last year in Madrid by 6 – 3 1 – 6 7 – 6.

As we mentioned before, Tsonga is known for performing at his best on Grand Slam events and at this stage of the competition, his higher experience is always an important issue to have in mind. With this in mind, our recommendation is for you to take advantage of Tsonga’s betting odds by placing a bet on the French to reach the quarterfinals in Flushing Meadows for the second consecutive year.

Free Tennis Pick: Jo-Wilfried Tsonga ML (-141)
Best Line Offered: at BetOnline

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