The quarter-finals are just over the horizon at the Australian Open but there are still four more fourth-round encounters to complete in both the men's and women's draws on Monday.
Among those involved in the men's competition on Monday are second seed Carlos Alcaraz and British ace Cameron Norrie, while in the women's draw two-time Australian Open champion Victoria Azarenka and 12th seed Qinwen Zheng are in action.
Alex Zverev to win 3-1 v Cameron Norrie @ 5/2
British number one Norrie did not make an ideal start to 2024 when he had to withdraw from the ASB Classic in the quarter-final stage but he has come back with a bang in Melbourne.
After a routine win over Juan Pablo Varillas in the first round and a 3-2 comeback triumph over Giulio Zeppieri in the second, Norrie put in what he has described as one of his best ever Grand Slam performances to beat 11th seed Casper Ruud in four sets.
This is the furthest Norrie has ever gone in Melbourne, though, and it could be the end of the road when he squares up against Alexander Zverev.
Norrie can nick a set but Zverev, who is sixth seed, leads the head-to-head between these players 4-0 and can progress to the quarter-finals as a 3-1 winner.
Victoria Azarenka to win 2-0 v Dayana Yastremska @ 5/6
Two-time Melbourne champion Azarenka last won the Australian Open in 2013 but she was a semi-finalist in the event last season and is in a strong position once again this month.
Azarenka took down Camila Giorgi and Clara Tauson in her first two matches down under but took things up a gear last time out with a 6-1 7-5 triumph over 11th seed Jelena Ostapenko.
That was her toughest match yet and Azarenka, who was also a semi-finalist at the recent Brisbane International, rose to the occasion.
Yastremska claimed the scalp of former Wimbledon winner Marketa Vondrousova in the first round but had to come through two qualifiers beforehand and could be out of her depth against the experienced Azarenka, who can prevail 2-0.
Linda Noskova to beat Elina Svitolina @ 11/8
Linda Noskova raised plenty of eyebrows with her comeback win over top seed Iga Swiatek in the third round of the Australian Open and the Czech is a value bet to follow up against Elina Svitolina.
Noskova has posted eight wins in her last nine matches, having reached the semi-finals of the Brisbane International in the process, and the 19-year-old has looked fearless in Melbourne.
Svitolina is also a talented operator but she is yet to really be tested in the Australian Open with each of her first three opponents having been unseeded and the 19th seed is worth taking on.
Tennis Betting tips, from Betfred Insights.