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Australian Open Picks, Predictions & Odds: Andrey Rublev vs. Daniil Medvedev

The FD Guru gives his free picks for the Australian Open tennis today where we will focus on Andrey Rublev vs. Daniil Medvedev
FD Guru
Tue, February 16, 4:22 PM

We are now fairly deep into the tournament and 3 of my 4 picks to outright win are still in it. Theim saw a fairly early exit with his 3-0 loss against Dimitrov a few days ago. Serena is looking extremely strong in this tournament and if you bet her outright at those +1200 odds, you could be in for an exciting finish.

There are only 3 matchups today, 2 from the women’s side, and 1 from the men’s side. We are in the latter half of the tournament where we will start seeing some extremely competitive matchups between the best in the world.

Men’s Singles

Andrey Rublev vs. Daniil Medvedev

Medvedev is a decent favorite here from Vegas at -220. I like this pick because he has had Rublev’s number his whole life. Medvedev is 4-0 in his career against Rublev, and in fact, has not lost a single set in any of those matchups. I think Medvedev is the easy winner in this one and is worth picking, even with those favorited odds.

Pick: Medvedev @ -220 (Click To Bet)

Women’s Singles

Jennifer Brady vs. Jessica Pegula

I am going with the underdog, Pegula in this one. She is +200 as of right now in the books. You can almost double your profits if she is able to pull out a win against Brady here. They have 1 previous matchup recently on 8/23/20. Pegula won this 2 sets to none and I feel like she will definitely have that memory in here head for this one. Pegula is coming off of an impressive win last matchup, against one of the best, Elina Svitolina. Expect a really good match in this one today.

Pick: Pegula @ +200 (Click To Bet)

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Expert Tennis Picks

Medvedev @ -220 (Click To Bet)

Pegula @ +200 (Click To Bet)

Australian Open Picks

The Australian Open is the first grand slam of the tennis year. It's held each year from Melbourne Park in Australia and although the 2021 tournament has had some struggles because of Covid-19 it's still seen all the major players compete.

The Australian Open was first held in 1905 and is believed to be the biggest sporting event in the Southern Hemisphere. It's a hard surface and has been since changing from grass in 1988. The current male champion is Novak Djokovic and the female singles champion is Sofia Kenin.

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