Looking to connect on our fourth straight best bet on Monday and we’ll do it by backing in a rising star against World No. 1 Iga Swiatek.
Swiatek is now an unbackable favourite for the title in Paris but that doesn’t mean there aren’t still opportunities to invest in her matches. Zheng was superb in her wins over Halep and Cornet and the Chinese youngster’s big hitting will give her every chance to cover the start.
Kasatkina was having a strong clay-court season leading into Roland Garros and that momentum has continued into this past week. Giorgi hits a big ball but the Russian is more capable than most at absorbing and returning with interest.
Pegula’s last two opponents have been horrendously slow out of the blocks and she surely won’t be afforded that luxury again tonight. Begu is a consistent clay-court player who knows how to construct points on the surface. She will make the American earn this one.
Rublev’s win over Garin in round three was a high-quality affair but the Chilean did squander five set points in the fourth set tiebreak in what would’ve pushed it to five. Garin went missing at points during that match but Sinner, who holds a 2-0 record against Rublev on clay, won’t do the same.
Hurkacz is a much improved clay-court player and looks the clear value of the slate on Monday. Ruud is coming off a five-set battle with Sonego and Hurkacz will be able to employ similar tactics to keep the pressure on the serve of the Norwegian.
Daily H2H Multi
Kasatkina / Medvedev = $1.85