Bet Of The Day September 6

Andrew Hendrie:
Bet Of The Day September 6

The US Open quarter-final match between Daniil Medvedev and Andrey Rublev features as’s best bet for Wednesday September 6.

Bet Of The Day September 6 – read on below for our reasoning behind today’s best bet.

Key Points

  • Medvedev has won six of the eight previous meetings between the pair
  • Medvedev has won both previous Grand Slam meetings with Rublev
  • Medvedev has covered a -4.5 games in both of those Grand Slam wins
  • Medvedev beat Rublev 6-2 6-2 in their only previous clash in 2023
  • Medvedev has covered a -4.5 games line in all four US Open wins this tournament
  • Rublev is 0-8 in Grand Slam quarter-finals
  • Rublev is 0-3 in US Open quarter-finals
  • Rublev has never beaten a top five player in a best-of-five set match, going 0-7
  • Rublev has only won three sets in seven matches vs top five players in best-of-five set encounters

We’re off to the US Open for today’s best bet as Daniil Medvedev and Andrey Rublev square off for a place in the semi-finals.

These two know each other inside and out – Rublev is the godfather to Medvedev’s daughter and they’ve been playing tennis with and against each other since they were kids themselves.

There’ll be no secrets out there, which is why we’re confident Medvedev gets the job done in relatively convincing fashion.

There’s a reason Medvedev holds an overall 6-2 H2H record over Rublev and if he maintains his current form, he should be prevailing again.

Rublev is fairly one-dimensional – he has one of the biggest forehands in the game, but his problem in this match-up is that Medvedev is one of the best defensive players on tour, so his big shots keep coming back.

Rublev doesn’t have the ability to change things up, mix the pace and make things uncomfortable for Medvedev, who loves the same ball coming onto his racquet.

We’re backing Medvedev to cover the -4.5 games line. These two have met twice at Grand Slams before, with Medvedev winning in straight sets on both occasions, covering this line in the process.

Medvedev and Rublev have also played once this year on hardcourt in Dubai, with Medvedev running away with a crushing 6-2 6-2 victory.

Medvedev has covered a -4.5 games line in all four of his US Open wins so far this tournament and he should be favoured to do so again here, especially when you consider Rublev’s dismal 0-8 record in major quarter-finals.



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