Daniil Medvedev v Jenson Brooksby
Medvedev is closing in on grabbing the World No. 1 title back havng lost it after Indian Wells, and he faces up-coming American Jenson Brooksby, who has enjoyed a bit of home succcess this month and nabbed a career high in the Top 40 in the process.
Medvedev (1/6) is a perfect start to today’s acca.
Naomi Osaka v Danielle Collins
Oh my, it is a rollercoaster at times with Osaka, who has been very open with her struggles with depression, and her decision to play less and focus on herself has seen her tumble down the rankings as she misses the grind of the tour. Since Collins made the Australian Open final, she retired in her opening match in Dubai, but seems to have caught fire in Miami after a long break.This will be a match where the cover of the ball will get battered, and Osaka (8/15) might well be made to earn this win which could well go the distance
Nick Kyrgios v Jannik Sinner
It really comes to something when we pick the World No. 11 as the outside bet but Kyrgios has suddenly decided to show his real potential and talent, and it puts Italy’s Sinner on the back foot. Kyrgios’ form has been impressive, but Sinner (2/1) is a steady player, and also a real star in the making – and is more likely to maintain that consistency as we get to the sharp end.
* Indian Wells betting odds correct at the time of publication. All tennis odds subject to changes.