Monday marks the start of this year’s US Open, the fourth and final Grand Slam on the ATP and WTA calendars, and there are plenty of shorter-priced selections to combine in a day one accumulator.
Here we have assembled five tips from the opening day of matches in the men’s and women’s draws with the five-fold paying out at 7.46/1.
US Open Tennis Accumulator Tips
- Christopher Eubanks to beat Kwon Soon-woo
- Alejandro Davidovich Fokina to beat Marcos Giron
- Alexander Bublik to beat Dominic Thiem
- Sloane Stephens to beat Beatriz Haddad Maia
- Alize Cornet to beat Elina Avanesyan
Monday US Open acca @ 7.46/1
*price correct at the time of writing.
Christopher Eubanks to beat Kwon Soon-woo
American Christopher Eubanks has had a tough time of it recently but can get back to winning form in the first round of the US Open at the expense of Kwon Soon-woo.
Eubanks raised his game at the last Grand Slam – Wimbledon – making the quarter-finals and he has a 19-15 win-loss record on the ATP tour this season.
He made the second round in New York last year and can repeat the feat in front of his home crowd.
Alejandro Davidovich Fokina to beat Marcos Giron
A run to the semi-finals of the ATP Toronto made for a decent start to the hard-court season for Spaniard Alejandro Davidovich Fokina, who is worth a bet to see off Marcos Giron.
Giron lost his opening matches at each of the Washington Citi Open, the Cincinnati Masters and the Winston-Salem Open and is worth taking on.
Alexander Bublik to beat Dominic Thiem
Alexander Bublik struggled to make an impression at the Washington Citi Open and the ATP Toronto but has previously made the third round at the US Open and can edge Dominic Thiem, who has also struggled for form and is short on recent hard-court experience.
Sloane Stephens to beat Beatriz Haddad Maia
Sloane Stephens was the last American to win the women’s singles title at the US Open back in 2017 and she can book her place in the second round this year at the expense of Beatriz Haddad Maia.
Stephens has put her Wimbledon disappointment behind her with some decent performances on the hard courts, having made the last 16 in Montreal and Cincinnati, before reaching the quarter-finals of the Tennis in the Land event in Cleveland.
Alize Cornet to beat Elina Avanesyan
Alize Cornet’s preparations for this year’s US Open have been pretty modest but she did make the quarter-finals of the Prague Open earlier this month and the experienced French ace is worth a bet to overcome Elina Avanesyan, who has lost each of her last two matches.