Christian Garin (31) vs Alex De Minaur
Christian Garin advanced to the second round of the US Open for the first time in his career after a 3-6, 7-6(5), 6-4, 6-7(4), 6-3 victory over Christopher Eubanks in three hour and 33 minutes. The Chilean proved too strong for Eubanks but struggled to find rhythm from the baseline. Besides winning just 53.13% of the points behind his second serve, Garin ended the match with 40 winners to 41 unforced errors.
The No.31 seed will next face Alex De Minaur for a place in the third round at Flushing Meadows. Known as one of the fastest players on the ATP Tour, De Minaur is an extremely dangerous player on these on this surface. The Australian has also enjoyed tremendous success this year on hard court, winning two tour-level titles in Sydney and Atlanta. Adding to this, De Minaur won 88.89% of the matches on hard court this season when priced below -200, which makes him a very interesting investment at this price range.
Pablo Carreno Busta vs Ricardas Berankis
Ricardas Berankis has competed most of his career on the Challenger Tour. The 29-year-old recently won the Vancouver Challenger and extended his winning-streak to six matches after a five-set win over Jiri Vesely in the first round. Berankis was once considered one of the most promising players in the game but was never able to live up to expectations. The former junior world No.1 has yet to win a tour-level title and only won 26.83% of the matches played throughout his career against Top 50 players.
Looking now at Ricardas’ draw on this event, the Lithuanian will next take on Pablo Carreno Busta on Tuesday at Court No.10. Playing at Flushing Meadows always brings great memories to Pablo since this is the tournament where he reached his maiden Grand Slam semifinal in 2017. Carreno Busta has an outstanding 12-5 record on this event and opened his campaign with a solid win against Guido Pella. For that reason, we’ll add Pablo’s moneyline to your parlay as the best betting approach for this second-round match.
Stan Wawrinka (23) vs Jeremy Chardy
Stan Wawrinka began his bid for a fourth Grand Slam title with a 6-3, 7-6(4), 4-6, 6-3 win over Jannik Sinner on Monday. The former world No.3 has yet to win a title in 2019 but he’s a completely different player at majors. Wawrinka loves to play on the big stage and is the only player outside the Big Four to win multiple Grand Slam titles since Roger Federer’s victory at Wimbledon in 2013.
The No.23 seed will next face Jeremy Chardy in the second round of the US Open. The Frenchman also survived a five-set marathon in his opening match after a 3-6, 6-3, 6-7(6), 6-1, 6-1 victory against Hubert Hurkacz. Nevertheless, Chardy will have a very difficult task on this match against Wawrinka. The Swiss leads 5-0 in their head-to-head and only lost a set in those five meetings. On the other hand, Chardy hasn’t made it past the second round in New York since 2015, which makes Stan’s moneyline the right play here.
Best Parlay: Total Odds (+146) with William Hill
- De Minaur to beat Garin (-303)
- Carreno Busta to beat Berankis (-278)
- Wawrinka to beat Chardy (-278)