Ons Jabeur vs Linda Noskova prediction and odds: US Open 2023

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Wimbledon runner-up, Ons Jabeur continues her search for the elusive Grand Slam at Flushing Meadows. She was the runner-up in the last edition of the US Open as well and will be determined to question Linda Noskova’s resolve in their second-round meeting. Don’t miss out on the latest updates and expert betting advice for the US Open 2023.

Our favourite Ons Jabeur vs Linda Noskova – match predictions

Add Jabeur to a match equation and you add an aura of grit and resilience. She showcased her abilities against Camila Osorio in the first round and will be gunning to avenge her Adelaide Open semi-final defeat to Noskova.

Jabeur to win her first service game, first set and the Match @ 3/2 (2.50)

The Tunisian tasted defeat in her only meeting with Noskova and will have different designs on her mind ahead of their second-round meeting. Noskova has been busy on the tour since her early Wimbledon exit, accumulating wins galore in the process. But if there is one thing certain about Jabeur, she starts strong and keeps going at the same tempo from start to finish. Based on this, we expect her to hold her first game en route to claim the first set and eventually the match.

Ons Jabeur to break serve first @ 2/3 (1.66)

In Cincinnati, after a lengthy layoff by her standards, Jabeur went at her rivals as strongly as ever. Before meeting world number 2, Aryna Sabalenka, she was the first one to draw blood, breaking her rival’s serve first against Anhelina Kalinina and Donna Vekic. Columbian star, Osaorio faced a similar fate and saw her serve broken in the first game of the match. In the only set Jabeur won against Noskova, she was the one to break her rival’s serve first. Given the Tunisian’s ascendency, we are backing her to break serve first in this match as well.

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.

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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.

Ons Jabeur preview

An inspired Marketa Vonrousova ended Jabeur’s dream run at the All-England Club. It was Iga Swiatek at last year’s US Open. With two runner-up finishes from the last four Grand Slam events, the Tunisian will feel hard done by lady luck. Despite her ill fortunes, Jabeur impressed in her run to the quarter-finals in Cincinnati and will hope to push further and go all the way at Flushing Meadows this time around.

Linda Noskova preview

While Jabuer only played in one event between the Wimbledon Championships and the US Open, Noskova was busy on the circuit. She reached the quarter-finals at the Polish Open before heading into eventual winner Iga Swiatek. The 41-ranked star reached the final of the Prague Open but came up short against Nao Hibino. In Cincinnati, her luck did not change as she succumbed to eventual champion Coco Gauff in the third round after coming through the qualifiers.

Ons Jabeur vs Linda Noskova head to head

This is the second meeting between Jabeur and Noskova on the WTA TP tour, with the Czech ace boasting off a 1-0 record. Their Adelaide Open semi-final duel required a deciding set, one in which Noskova triumphed before succumbing to Arya Sabalenka in the final.

Key match details

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  • When will this match start? This match starts at 23:10 GMT on 31 August.
  • How much will the US Open 2023 winner get? The WTA US Open winner will get $3,000,000.
  • Who is the top seed of the US Open? Polish ace Iga Swiatek is the defending champion and has the top billing at the US Open 2023.

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Owais Khan

Profiling the beautiful game for over a decade, Owais is a business analyst turned sports writer. He has covered football in the maidans of Pakistan and has transitioned to watching 1860 Munich in 3. Liga.