The third round of the US Open concludes on Saturday with Carlos Alcaraz, Daniil Medvedev and Ons Jabeur in action.
There are plenty of matches to choose from when it comes to putting together an accumulator, and we’ve assembled a Flushing Meadows five-fold which pays out at just over 7/1.
US Open Tennis Accumulator Tips – Saturday 2 September
- Jessica Pegula to beat Elina Svitolina @ 1/3
- Liudmila Samsonova to beat Madison Keys @ EVS
- Alex De Minaur to beat Nicolas Jarry @ 2/7
- Jannik Sinner to win 3-0 vs Stan Wawrinka @ 19/20
- Cameron Norrie to beat Matteo Arnaldi @ 2/9
Five-fold acca @ 7.17/1 (click all five links above to form your betslip)
Jessica Pegula to beat Elina Svitolina @ 1/3
After impressing in her run to the quarter-finals of Wimbledon, Jessica Pegula has enjoyed a decent hard-court campaign, making the final four at the Washington Citi Open and winning the WTA Montreal last month.
She has carried that form into the US Open, easing to a 6-2 6-2 win over Camila Giorgi in the first round before beating Patricia Tig 6-3 6-1 last time out.
The tournament’s third seed can get the better of Elina Svitolina.
Liudmila Samsonova to beat Madison Keys @ EVS
US Open women’s 14th seed Liudmila Samsonova took down Claire Liu and Tamara Korpatsch comfortably in the first two rounds of the US Open.
She is a value bet to beat Madison Keys, who has not gone beyond the third round in New York in any of the last three seasons.
Alex De Minaur to beat Nicolas Jarry @ 2/7
Alex De Minaur breezed into the US Open third round at the expense of Wu Yibing, who he crushed 6-1 6-2 6-1.
The Australian can follow up by justifying favouritism against Chilean Nicolas Jarry, who lost the only previous meeting between the players on the Acapulco hard courts in Mexico in 2019.
Jannik Sinner to win 3-0 vs Stan Wawrinka @ 19/20
Sixth seed Jannik Sinner looks a lively outside contender for the men’s title at the US Open and he can assert his superiority over Stan Wawrinka in the third round.
The Italian was a comfortable winner against compatriot Lorenzo Sonego last time out, dropping only 10 points on serve, and he won the ATP Toronto title in August.
Back him to win this match 3-0.
Cameron Norrie to beat Matteo Arnaldi @ 2/9
Cameron Norrie is once again Britain’s best hope at this year’s US Open and he can secure passage to the fourth round at Flushing Meadows at the expense of Matteo Arnaldi.
Norrie has had a tough time of it in recent hard-court events but is yet to drop a set in New York and the 16th seed looks a decent accumulator selection.