The fourth round of the US Open concludes on Monday and one player expected to book his ticket into the quarter-final is men’s world number one Carlos Alcaraz, who is a red-hot favourite to take care of Italy’s Matteo Arnaldi.

Elsewhere, impressive Italian Jannik Sinner locks horns with 2020 US Open runner-up Alexander Zverev and women’s second seed Aryna Sabalenka does battle with Daria Kasatkina.

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US Open Tennis Accumulator Tips – Monday 4 September

  • Daniil Medvedev to beat Alex De Minaur @ 4/11
  • Andrey Rublev to beat Jack Draper @ 4/11
  • Ons Jabeur to beat Qinwen Zheng @ 8/13
  • Aryna Sabalenka to beat Daria Kasatkina @ 1/3
  • Marketa Vondrousova to win 2-0 v Peyton Stearns @ 1/2

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Daniil Medvedev to beat Alex De Minaur @ 4/11

Medvedev is the true definition of a hard-court specialist having won 18 titles on the surface and the ruthless Russian should have few concerns against Australian ace De Minaur, a player he leads 4-2 in their personal series.

Medvedev was beaten by De Minaur in Toronto earlier this month but it is hard to see the Australian following up at Flushing Meadows, where the Russian claimed his maiden Grand Slam title in 2021.

Medvedev eased to a straight-sets success against Sebastian Baez in round three and he can seal his spot in the quarter-final at the expense of De Minaur.

Andrey Rublev to beat Jack Draper @ 4/11

Impressive Brit Jack Draper is a player operating at the peak of his powers, but it still may not be enough to get the better of the ultra-consistent Andrey Rublev.

Rublev is only 25 years of age and has already made the quarter-final of a Grand Slam on eight occasions, suggesting he may be too streetwise for Draper if negotiating with the Brit’s big serve.

The Russian has won both career meetings between the pair and his victories over French trio Arthur Cazaux, Gael Monfils and Arthur Rinderknech show he is performing well.

Ons Jabeur to beat Qinwen Zheng @ 8/13

Ons Jabeur has shown her battling qualities with three-set wins over Linda Noskova and Marie Bouzkova and she can follow up with a fourth-round victory over Qinwen Zheng.

World number five Jabeur is a gritty customer with plenty of ability and she is a three-time Grand Slam runner-up, which includes at the US Open last year when she was beaten by potent Pole Iga Swiatek.

Aryna Sabalenka to beat Daria Kasatkina @ 1/3

Women’s world number two Aryna Sabalenka looks a live contender for glory at this season’s US Open and the big-hitting Belarusian can make her presence felt against Daria Kasatkina.

Sabalenka won the US Open earlier in the season and she has made the last four in six of her last eight Grand Slam appearances, consistency which must be admired.

The second seed has won four of her last five meetings with Kasatkina and should be too powerful for the Russian once more.

Marketa Vondrousova to win 2-0 v Peyton Stearns @ 1/2

Marketa Vondousova has been playing well for some time and, having lost only two of her last 17 matches, it is tough to see her coming up short against Peyton Stearns.

The Czech world number nine has won all three of her matches at this year’s US Open in straight sets and she can repeat the trick against Stearns, the American world number 59 who was beaten 6-3 7-5 by Vondrousoca at Wimbledon in July.

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