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Hundreds of players will compete for a spot in the main draw of the year’s last Grand Slam from August 22 to 25. There are some big name and some brilliant young players who are just breaking into the elite of professional tennis in both the Men’s and Women’s Qualifying. Follow each of the four days’ events and use our top US Open qualifying predictions to place the best bets.
US Open ATP qualifying predictions
- 1 US Open ATP qualifying predictions
- 2 US Open WTA qualifying predictions
- 3 US Open qualifying format
- 4 Facts about US Open qualification
Take a look at the US Open qualifying tips we got for you, asi como the US Open qualifying order of play.
Daniel vs Comesana Prediction: Under 22.5 games @ 10/11 (1.91)
The Japanese tennis player was in the main draw of the previous three Grand Slams and does not intend to miss the final one. Taro Daniel’s next opponent will be Francisco Comesana, a 20-year-old player who will strive to advance in his career by qualifying for one of the year’s most important tournaments.
The Argentinean player breezed through the previous round, winning in three sets. My first prediction for this US Open qualification match is that there would be fewer sets.
- Odds: Daniel 1/3 (1.33) – Comesana 21/10 (3.10)
- Taro Daniel vs Francisco Comesana match is scheduled at 18:00
Duckworth vs Skatov Prediction: Skatov to win @ 8/15 (1.53)
Timofey Skatov is another fantastic Kazakh school interview. The 22-year-old had won in straight sets in the previous two rounds, and each match was brief.
Australian tennis has been disputed in each round thus far, and he was on the verge of being eliminated in his last encounter. Skatov should be able to win at least one set.
- Odds: Duckworth 1/2 (1.50) – Skatov 6/4 (2.50)
- James Duckworth vs Timofey Skatov match is scheduled at 20:00
US Open WTA qualifying predictions
Follow the latest US Open qualifying tips in the women’s and US Open qualifying draw.
Kessler vs Lys Prediction: Lys to win 2-0 @ 8/15 (1.72)
The German player defeated her first two opponents, including Spain’s Nuria Parriza Diaz, in straight sets. The American, on the other hand, was on the verge of being eliminated in the first round after losing a last-set tiebreak against Yue Yuan.
McCartney Kessler has 29 wins in lower-ranked tournaments, whereas Eva Lys has 18 but has made great advances into the top events. Because of the poor level of competition Kessler generally encounters, I believe Lys will win in straight sets once more.
- Odds: Kessler 2/1 (3.00) – Lys 4/11 (1.36)
- Mccartney Kessler vs Eva Lys match is scheduled at 21:00
Birrell vs Crawley Prediction: Under 20.5 games @ 17/20 (1.85)
The Australian has previously made the main draw in two of the last three Grand Slams and is now just one step away from a spot in the year’s final. She will face a youthful opponent who has only competed in four tournaments this season but has reached one final.
Fiona Crawley has four Jose victories and four losses, while Kimberly Borrell has 33 victories. I believe experience will be decisive in this match, which will most likely end in less than 20.5 games.
Odds: Birrell 2/9 (1.22) – Crawley 3/1 (4.00)
- Kimberly Birrell vs Fiona Crawley is scheduled at 18:00
These odds were correct at the time of writing. We recommend checking with the bookmaker before placing the bet.
US Open qualifying format
🔥 US Open starts this Tuesday, with qualies!
Wimbledon 2014 finalist, Eugenie Bouchard will try to qualify for her first Grand Slam main draw since French Open 2020.
First opponent: Katherine Hui, 18, wild card, world No. 1000. pic.twitter.com/efw5lsrZEX
— We Are Tennis (@WeAreTennis) August 22, 2023
There are still 16 spots left in both the men’s and women’s main draws for the 2023 US Open. These will be filled by the qualification winners. Each category has 128 athletes who will compete in three rounds between August 22nd and 25th.
This phase also takes into account those that may qualify as Lucky Losers, but does it mean they are? Often, participants who are already in the main draw withdraw just before the competition begins owing to an inconvenience, generally an injury.
The players who lost in the last round of US Open qualification, usually the top five rated players, fill the remaining open spot. So even if a player fails in Q3, he or she still has a tiny chance of qualifying.
Facts about US Open qualification
- What was the most advanced round reached by a WTA player in qualifying at the previous US Open? Clara Burel, a teenage Frenchwoman, defeated former Wimbledon winner Elena Rybakina in the opening round and advanced to the third round.
- What was the most advanced round achieved by an ATP player in qualifying at the previous US Open? Yibing Wu and Daniel Elahi Galan both advanced to the third round, with the Colombian player defeating Stefanos Tsitsipas in the opening round.
- Corentin Moutet advanced to the fourth round of the previous US Open as a Lucky Loser.
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