Jack Draper vs Andrey Rublev prediction and odds: US Open 2023

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A compelling battle awaits at the US Open as young British talent Jack Draper faces off against Andrey Rublev, who seeks to make his mark in the quarterfinals. Draper’s ability to challenge top-10 players clashes with Rublev’s determined form, setting the stage for an intriguing showdown. Don’t miss out on the latest updates and expert betting advice for the US Open 2023.

Our favourite Jack Draper vs Andrey Rublev – match predictions

Draper has been a revelation at the US Open, defeating Herbert Hurkacz in straight sets and following it up with a 3-1 dismantling of Michael Mmoh. In Rublev, he faces off against a familiar foe and his biggest test to date.

Jack Draper to win @ 21/10 (3.10)

Draper and Rublev have come across each other twice before with the Russian ace triumphing on both occasions. We believe it will be different this time as a determined Draper finally gets a belated win. The Russian ace goes missing at such stages and has struggled in recent outings, needing a deciding set to get past in his last two outings. If Draper can keep his physical conditioning, he can oust him from the competition. The 21-year-old has momentum on his side and with a possibility of a career-high ranking on the cards, will play out of his skin to achieve that.

Draper to win the match and under 40.5 total games @ 9/2 (5.50)

We do not expect this match to finish in straight sets as has been the case in both participants’ recent outings. Rublev’s victories over Monfils and Rinderknech came with 3-1 scorelines. The number of games did not go past 37 on any occasion. On the other hand, a similar statistic is read for Draper’s victory over Mmoh with 36 games played and only needing 30 games to finish off Hurkacz. With Draper showcasing the better form and having our blessing to triumph, we expect this match to conclude in his favour and with less than 40.5 games being played.

The odds in this article were correct at the time of writing, and the odds are subject to change. We recommend checking with your bookmaker before placing a bet.

Jack Draper vs Andrey Rublev: Third time lucky for British star?

Our predictions for this match have now been established, let’s see how these players have fared so far this season for the latest tennis betting tips and predictions here.

Jack Draper preview

The British talent has a history of physical challenges in North American conditions and has faced setbacks due to health issues, including collapses during matches. Draper’s ability to maintain peak performance will be pivotal in his quest to overcome top-10 players. But one thing is for certain the 21-year-old can reach the upper echelons of tennis after securing commanding victories against the likes of Hubert Hurkacz and Michael Mmoh. However, fitness concerns have plagued his career, emphasizing the importance of managing his physical condition.

Andrey Rublev preview

New York has been a significant stage for Rublev’s Grand Slam journey, including his quarterfinal appearance in 2020. He has a history of performing well in the round of 16 at the US Open, setting the stage for his clash with Jack Draper. However, the Russian ace has faced difficulties in quarterfinal matchups against title contenders, holding a 0-8 win-loss record in such encounters. His performance in the round of 16 showcases his potential, with notable wins against Jannik Sinner, Cameron Norrie, and Holger Rune.

Jack Draper vs Andrey Rublev head to head

Andrey Rublev leads 2-0 in previous encounters with Jack Draper, but Draper has shown the ability to compete at his peak against Rublev. The Russian needed a deciding set in the 2022 Madrid Masters while triumphing in straight sets in last year’s Citi Open.

Key match details

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  • When will this match start? This match starts at 16:00 GMT on 04 September.
  • How much will the US Open 2023 winner get? The ATP and WTA US Open winners will get $3,000,000 each.
  • Where is the match being played? Since 1978, the US Open has been held at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center.

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