2019 US Open Men’s Quarterfinals Odds, Preview & Predictions

Posted by Derrick Harper on September 3, 2019 in

With three of the top five seeds remaining in the draw, the men’s 2019 US Open is up for grabs. With Novak Djokovic having to retire due to injury, the #1 seed is no longer in the tournament. Could we see the old guard of Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer meet again, or will we see some of the younger stars claim the prize? Let’s take a look at the latest Tennis Betting Odds while making some predictions.

2019 US Open Men’s Quarterfinals Odds, Preview & Predictions

(5) Daniil Medvedev vs. (23) Stan Wawrinka

This wasn’t the match that everyone anticipated seeing. This was supposed to be Medvedev vs. Novak Djokovic. However, things didn’t turn out as expected. In Wawrinka’s match against Djokovic, Wawrinka was up two sets when Djokovic, who had been having problems with his left shoulder, retired due to issues with that shoulder. That allowed Wawrinka to advance to the quarterfinals.

Medvedev advanced to the quarters by defeating Dominik Koepfer in four sets. Medvedev, who has won 10 straight matches on hard courts, has been using his powerful serve as his main weapon. He has also been using the U.S. Open crowd as motivation. The crowd has been anti-Medvedev throughout the tournament, and the boos have fueled him.

These two have only met one time in their careers, with Medvedev defeating Wawrinka in four sets at Wimbledon in 2017.

This should be a good match. Medvedev has been on a roll, while Wawrinka seems to get better as he advances in tournaments.

(3) Roger Federer vs. Grigor Dimitrov

The Swiss Superman Federer, defeated David Goffin in straight sets to advance to the quarterfinals. Federer was dominant in victory, as he only lost four games. Federer was able to break Goffin’s serve on nine different occasions.

The Bulgarian Dimitrov advanced by beating Alex de Minaur in straight sets. de Minaur was never able to break Dimitrov’s serve throughout the match. 2019 has been rough for Dimitrov, but this could be the break that he has been looking for.

Dimitrov will need to play the perfect match to defeat Federer. Federer owns a career 7-0 record against Dimitrov. Dimitrov will need everything to go his way to keep Federer from going 8-0 against him.

(24) Matteo Berrettini vs. (13) Gael Monfils

Italy’s Matteo Berrettini defeated Russia’s Andrey Rublev to advance to his first Grand Slam quarterfinal. The Italian’s powerful forehand led him to the straight set victory over Rublev. Rublev had defeated Stan Wawrinka and Roger Federer earlier this season in Cincinnati, but he couldn’t add Berrettini to that list on Monday afternoon.

Gael Monfils defeated Pablo Andujar in relatively easy fashion to move on to the next round. Monfils is looking to get to his third career grand slam semi-final.

(20) Diego Schwartzman vs. (2) Rafael Nadal

Diego Schwartzman defeated the #6 seed Alexander Zverev to advance to the quarterfinals of the U.S. Open. Zverev had played a ton of tennis leading into this match, and Schwartzman took advantage of the tired legs of Zverev to move on.

Rafael Nadal defeated Marin Cilic in four sets to advance to the quarters. With his victory, Nadal has made the quarterfinals in nine straight grand slams.