Australian open day 4 men predictions including djokovic vs quacod

Day 4 of Australian OpenIt will involve e 16 men’s matches and we are finally completely caught off the rain Tuesday. Thursday will see the end of the second round, and as usual we will share our thoughts on all matches. We have divided today’s matches between four articles. single features Jenson Broxby vs. Casper RoodeTitles II Jeremy Chardy vs. Dan Evansand the third features Andy Murray vs. Thansi Kokkinakis. This match is expected by Josh Hall, Yesh Ginsburg, and Damien Coast.

Australian open day 4 men predictions

Brandon Holt vs. Roberto Bautista Agut

Josh:
I think we can see a surprise in this match. It is clear that Bautista Agut is slowly coming back and all the pressure will be on the Spaniard. There is a good feeling about tennis in America at the moment, Holt is playing freely, so I would expect a shock here.
Prediction: Holt at 4

yosh:
Brandon Holt is ready for his surprising run, and against the not-so-great form Roberto Bautista Agut is the perfect chance to shine.
Prediction: Holt at 4

Damian:
Holt reaches his peak in the slam, qualifying and scoring big draw wins, while having almost no impact on the Challenger Tour at the same time. That’s probably where it ends up though as he doesn’t have much to hit with his very strong base Bautista Agut.
Prediction: Bautista Agut at 3

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Alex De Minor vs. Adrian Mannarino

Josh:
I can see that de Minaur is a nightmare in this match for the Frenchman. Mannarino often lacks the drive to go all out, while De Minaur is one of those players who will chase every ball until the end of the day. If de Minaur wins the first set, it will be a whitewash.
Prediction: De Minor on 3

yosh:
Alex de Minaur looks solid, and will be facing Adrian Mannarino who is not at the peak of his abilities. Mannarino beat a rough-looking Isner after a rain break, which doesn’t tell me much about him.
Prediction: De Minor at 4

Damian:
Mannarino is always a potential banana peel, especially since the balls of the new Australian Open match the flat trajectory of his strokes. De Minaur has disappointed in Melbourne many times in the past but he should be looking to make a deep run here and the support of the home fans would also be helpful.
Prediction: De Minor at 5

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Dennis Kudla vs. Ugo Humbert

Josh:
Two players who came through their matches as underdogs. Humbert must have been very confident after his work demolishing the exhausted Gasquet. I’d love Humbert to build on that success and take this quite convincingly.
Prediction: Humbert on 3

yosh:
Dennis Kudla Really lucky loser. Kyrgios’ withdrawal gave him a nice equalizer, and it’s likely that he will ride him to another run.
Prediction: Kudla at 4

Damian:
Kudla took his chance as a lucky loser and got a somewhat winnable match in the second round as well. Humbert will return to the world rankings this year although looking much better than he did in a very poor first half of the 2022 season.
Prediction: Humbert at 4

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Novak Djokovic vs Enzo Quacode

Josh:
A great occasion for Quacode to be a part of. However, Djokovic is looking somewhat of an unstoppable force at the moment. I’d be surprised if this game lasted more than 2 hours. Expect a dominant display from the Serb.
Prediction: Djokovic at 3

yosh:
Djokovic is in pretty brutal form so far. I don’t know who can beat him, but I know it’s not Enzo Quacode.
Prediction: Djokovic at 3

Damian:
Couacaud qualified for the last three tournaments and was well rewarded with a very favorable first round draw. That’s enough though, as he’ll be facing the main favorite for the title now and probably have one less shot from him than Carballes Baena.
Prediction: Djokovic at 3

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