Australian Open Day 4 Predictions

Hiland Doolittle Jan 20, 2015 8 Comments 77,692 views

As the festivities in Melbourne unfold, Day Four promises closer, better played matches with a number of potential upsets likely to stir the pot.

Victoria Azarenka (15/13) vs. Caroline Wozniacki (5/6)

Caroline Wozniacki Australian Open 2015 Day 4
Caroline Wozniacki will meet Azarenka on day 4 of Australian Open 2015

Prime time for a reason, here is the match of the day. Two determined battlers with opposing styles and dispositions will talk the court on prime time. The winner between grunting, fussing Queen Victoria against the serene, finely-tuned, Grace Kelly-like Princess Caroline will likely pave the path for a serious title run by the victor. Both players are former world number ones. With 351 career wins and more than $24 million in winnings, Azarenka overpowered Sloane Stephens in round one. Wozniacki, with 403 career wins and more than $19 million in winnings has developed a marathon physique and in this match that just might be the difference. We look for the Princess to topple the Queen and ride into the late night landscape.

Samantha Stosur (8/15) vs. Coco Vandeweghe (17/10)

Australian Samantha Strosur played like her former top five self in her opening round 6-4, 6-1 win over Monica Niculescu. With an eye on the title and her second Grand Slam title, this is a match Stosur will not lose. Ranked 37th on the women’s tour, 23-year old American Coco Vandeweghe has managed upset wins in the past. She’ll have to start fast and withal the crowd distractions, that will be challenging. Coco has the talent, but in this venue, in this tournament against one of the biggest servers and forehands on the cycle, her chances are longer than the odds.

Benjamin Becker (15/13) vs. Lleyton Hewitt (7/9)

After losing in the first round in three Grand Slams last year, 33-year old German Benjamin Becker might feel he has climbed Mt. Everest in reaching the second round for only the second time since 2007. Former world number 1, Lleyton Hewitt is the perennial crowd favorite here and it is easy to see why. Regardless of the round or the competitor, there is never any quit in this hustling, determined sniper. Ranked 87th, one might wonder how Hewitt is the betting favorite. Fear not, you will see why on day four. Tireless, poised and determined, Hewitt will escape to the third round.

John Isner (1/8) vs. Andreas Haider-Maurer (6)

29-year old American, John Isner will view 2014 as a missed opportunity to climb the ranks and settle into the top ten. The question is, has his time come and gone? Long and lanky, Isner’s strength is his dynamic serve but his very apparent weaknesses are his return game and foot speed. A first round knockout at Melbourne last year, he is a heavy favorite to make the third round but is he a good bet? Austrian Andreas Haider-Maurer did not make the main draw here last year and was a first round loser at the US Open after reaching the second round in Paris and London. If Andreas poses a threat to Isner, he will earn his win with speed and endurance. He’ll need to break the big guy’s serve in three sets and hold his own. Don’t see that happening on Thursday.

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8 Responses to “ Australian Open Day 4 Predictions ”
  1. Some BetfairBetfair trading tips for Day 4.

    Ishner is ace server and if it's his day then he will serve nonstop aces. Watch him for few games and if seems to be settling in then start scalping his serves. I had done it many times with 95% success rate for scalping his serves. He fails when he meets Djoko, Nadal, Federer etc. So you are good to scalp his server for another 2-3 matches. Keep scalping his serves even in the tiebreaker.

    Azarenka v Wozniacki: Try serve scalping after watching few games. Whoever is looking good scalp her serve. Don't go for match betting as both are equal.

    Stosur has home support, you can try serve scalping for her as well. Avoid match betting.

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      • Also Bhai all my bets at betfair i place before the match at good higher odds of 5, 10 gets voided/cancelled happening for the last 2 days

        • Sorry Bhai....i missed to check that radio button of keeping it in australian wallet its different that why....and to my badluck i had kept 20 euros at odds of 5-10 for Maria in todays match again fellow russian...had it been placed had got nice returns

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  2. Acca for 2nd round, try it on Paddy Power.

    Roger Federer, Andy Murray, Thomas Berdych, R. Gasquet

  3. Round 2 possible winners:

    Please Note: This are possibilities and nothing 100% guaranteed. So far i have achieved success of only 78%.

    Date Month Start Possible Winner
    22/01/2015 Jan 00:00 Feliciano Lopez
    22/01/2015 Jan 00:00 Guillermo Garcia Lopez
    22/01/2015 Jan 00:00 Kei Nishikori
    22/01/2015 Jan 00:00 Jarkko Nieminen
    22/01/2015 Jan 00:00 John Isner
    22/01/2015 Jan 00:00 Vasek Pospisil
    22/01/2015 Jan 00:00 Santiago Giraldo
    22/01/2015 Jan 01:00 Roberto Bautista Agut
    22/01/2015 Jan 01:00 Stanislas Wawrinka
    22/01/2015 Jan 02:00 Gilles Simon
    22/01/2015 Jan 02:00 Novak Djokovic
    22/01/2015 Jan 02:30 David Ferrer
    22/01/2015 Jan 06:30 Gael Monfils
    22/01/2015 Jan 07:00 Fernando Verdasco
    22/01/2015 Jan 08:00 Lleyton Hewitt
    22/01/2015 Jan 09:00 Milos Raonic
    22/01/2015 Jan 23:00 Roger Federer
    22/01/2015 Jan 23:00 Andy Murray
    22/01/2015 Jan 23:00 Bernard Tomic
    22/01/2015 Jan 23:00 Rafael Nadal
    22/01/2015 Jan 23:00 Kevin Anderson
    22/01/2015 Jan 23:00 Nick Kyrgios
    22/01/2015 Jan 23:00 Grigor Dimitrov
    22/01/2015 Jan 23:00 Tomas Berdych
    22/01/2015 Jan 00:00 Timea Bacsinszky
    22/01/2015 Jan 00:00 Garbine Muguruza
    22/01/2015 Jan 00:00 Agnieszka Radwanska
    22/01/2015 Jan 01:00 Camila Giorgi
    22/01/2015 Jan 01:00 Venus Williams
    22/01/2015 Jan 01:00 Serena Williams
    22/01/2015 Jan 01:30 Alize Cornet
    22/01/2015 Jan 01:30 Dominika Cibulkova
    22/01/2015 Jan 01:30 Elina Svitolina
    22/01/2015 Jan 01:30 Varvara Lepchenko
    22/01/2015 Jan 02:30 Petra Kvitova
    22/01/2015 Jan 03:30 Barbora Zahlavova Strycova
    22/01/2015 Jan 03:30 Madison Brengle
    22/01/2015 Jan 08:00 Caroline Wozniacki
    22/01/2015 Jan 09:30 Samantha Stosur
    22/01/2015 Jan 23:00 Simona Halep
    22/01/2015 Jan 23:00 Irina Camelia Begu
    22/01/2015 Jan 23:00 Eugenie Bouchard
    22/01/2015 Jan 23:00 Ekaterina Makarova
    22/01/2015 Jan 23:00 Julia Goerges
    22/01/2015 Jan 23:00 Sara Errani
    22/01/2015 Jan 23:00 Shuai Peng
    22/01/2015 Jan 23:00 Maria Sharapova

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