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Australian Open Round 4 Predictions

by Jonas Eriksson

We are soon at the second week of the Australian Open 2024. Here are our Australian Open Round 4 predictions.

Let’s start by saying this was not an easy event to predict, especially on the women’s side. The men’s tournament is a little more straightforward so let’s start there. You can watch our video detailing Australian Open Round 4 Predictions and gear stuff on YouTube.

Australian Open Round 4 Predictions, Men’s Tournament

Djokovic vs Mannarino

The world number one has picked up his game and dispatched Etcheverry in a straightforward fashion. Considering that Mannarino has played three straight five-set matches, I have a difficult time with him even winning a set against Novak. Despite playing a fantastic tournament and making everyone talk about his racquet and string tension. Novak in straight sets here.

Fritz vs Tsitsipas

This should be an exciting and evenly matched encounter. Neither player is perhaps showing something extraordinary, but they’re both improving as the tournament progresses. Tsitsipas has the 3-1 head-to-head record and is the odds favorite at 1.75 vs 2.25. You can learn more about odds in our tennis betting section. I predict Tsitsipas to win in four sets.

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Sinner vs Khachanov

Sinner is the shining star of the tournament so far, in my opinion. He has just breezed through his opponents. This one is the toughest one so far, but I still think he has too much game for Khachanov and should win in four sets.

De Minaur vs Rublev

This match has five sets written all over it. De Minaur has been impressive so far, but Rublev will be a real test. Rublev’s win against Korda in straight sets tells me he will take it in five sets. You get around 2.12 on a De Minaur win and 1.83 on a Rublev win, so it’s definitely a tough call.

Cazaux vs Hurkacz

Cazaux has impressed me with his aggressive and hard-hitting nature. But now he faces a real test in Hurkacz, who always feels like he is motoring through a draw without anyone talking about him. Hurkacz is the favorite at 1.33 vs 3.75 on your bet in the odds (check out the best tennis betting sites) and I believe he will win in four sets.

Borges vs Medvedev

Borges is another surprise in this year’s Australian Open. He showed his talent by defeating an in-form Dimitrov in four sets. But now he is up against a Medvedev that brushed Auger-Aliassime aside in three easy sets. It will be too much for the Portugese player. Three sets to zero for Meddy.

Zverev vs Norrie

Zverev seems to have found a more stable form and won relatively easily against Michelsen in round 3. But Norrie also showed great game as he attacked the net a lot against Casper Ruud. Zverev is the strong favorite, though, and should win in four.

Kecmanovic vs Alcaraz

Kecmanovic got through Paul in five sets and that was a clear indication of strength. He has had two five-set matches in a row while Alcaraz is fresh as a daisy since Shang retired after two breadstick sets. Should be an Alcaraz win in four sets.

Australian Open Round 4 Predictions, Women’s Tournament

The women’s tournament has been almost impossible to predict. Upset after upset and a surprise is rarely followed up by another win.

Noskova vs Svitolina

Iga Swiatek had a tricky tournament before she ran into Czech teenager Noskova. Then it got trickier. Being down a set and a break, Noskova threw caution to the wind and surprisingly turned around and took the second set. But that is not all. She kept it up for the third set while Swiatek looked a bit out of sorts and hit a lot of shots without enough margin. Noskova won, but can she keep it up against Svitolina?

No, I think Svitolina has been very impressive and has become an outsider for winning the title. She hasn’t allowed an opponent to get more than three games in a set. She is the favorite at 1.57 vs 2.5 times your bet, but I think that is pretty good value. Svitolina in two sets.

Azarenka vs Yastremska

Azarenka surprised us by taking out in-form Ostapenko. But Yastremska has been playing excellent tennis all tournament and looks ready. I am going to go Yastremska in three sets. And you get 3.5 times your money, which I think is an interesting bet.

Paolini vs Kalinskaya

Kalinskaya took out Stephens in impressive fashion 6-7 6-1 6-4 and that makes her the odds favorite at the bookmakers. But Paolini hasn’t dropped a set and I think she can have the tournament of her life here. I would go Paolini for another “upset alert”.

Zheng vs Dodin

I underestimated 12th Zheng’s chances to go far in this tournament, but now I think she has great momentum to do just that. She is the bookies favorite by a strong margin and I thinks he will beat Dodin in straight sets.

Kostyuk vs Timofeeva

Qualifier Timofeeva shocked us by beating 10th seed Haddad Maia, while Kostyuk has had a more expected trajectory. I think this is Kostyuk’s match to take in three sets.

Frech vs Gauff

When Frech beat Garcia in round 2, she was clearly in good form. But Gauff has been excellent and her win against Parks, only dropping two games, was a clear sign of strength. I think this is a Gauff win in straight sets.

Andreeva vs Krejcikova

I hyped-up Andreeva ahead of the tournament and so far she has delivered. And how she came back against Parry after being down 1-5 in the final set was nothing short of spectacular. Krejcikova in a slam is NOT an easy opponent, but the bookmakers agree that Andreeva is the favorite. The 16-year-old Russian in three sets.

Anisimova vs Sabalenka

Defending champion, Aryna Sabalenka, is up for her first real test of the tournament in Amanda Anisimova. Anisimova is back in business and defeating Badosa 7-5 6-4 was a great sign. However, Sabalenka double-bageled Tsurenko and she is like a plow through the draw. Sabalenka in straight sets.

Your thoughts?

This tournament has been extremely challenging to predict but fun to follow. Can I get more matches right from now on? Time will tell, but meanwhile, I’m keen to hear your opinions in the comments below.

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