Sunday Mega Tennis Accumulator
Marin Cilic wins this one. The Croatian ace is the superior player, while he’s also an experienced grand slam winner. Cilic has also reached the quarter-final stage here in the last two years, and so he has good record here. I do think Fabbiano can take a set, as Cilic isn’t playing at his highest level right now, but in the end Cilic should come out the 3-1 victor.
This is a huge match for Grigor Dimitrov, and I think he gets a massive win. The Bulgarian just isn’t playing good tennis right now, but neither is Tipsarevic, and I think Dimitrov will come through a tough one. The former ATP Finals champion has won two of the last three meetings between these two, and so he’s liked this matchup in recent years. I think Tipsarevic gets a set, but ultimately loses out 3-1 to Dimitrov.
This should be comfortable for Nishikori. The Japanese ace has been handed a great draw against a player who hasn’t played a grand slam match since 2017, and he should have little problems in getting the win. Kei Nishikori to win.
I think Goffin wins, but not without enduring a scare first. The Belgian ace is playing nowhere near as well as he was a couple of years ago, but he is the superior player in this matchup, and I see him picking up the win in four-sets.