A new Round is upon us, and we look for acca options to make up a tantalising treble for some Round 2 action!
<div><h2><strong>Total investment: </strong><em>1u</em><br /><strong>Total Odds</strong><strong>:</strong> <strong>2.94</strong><br /><a href="https://a.oddsmarket.com/record/v?c=150&a=bf7f64f4-cd67-4904-9b00-6ded1d41fd18&f=1" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="US Open Betting Odds"><strong>Best Odds: </strong><strong>Bet365</strong></a></h2><h2><em><strong>Christian Garin vs. Alex de Minaur </strong><strong>– </strong><strong>De Minaur</strong><strong> to win at 1.</strong><strong>30</strong></em></h2><p>Christian Garin has been one of the many breakthrough names over the course of the 2019 season. The young Chilean had been plying his trade on tour for a couple of years already after turning pro in 2011, hovering around the 200 mark in the rankings. Late 2018 however, the 23-year old broke the top 100, and this year Garin has gone to the Sao Paolo final along with two titles in Houston and Munich. Most at home on the red dirt however, the Chilean is still relatively unproven on other surfaces. Garin has gone 5-7 on hard court in 2019, which pales in comparison to a 21-8 record on clay. The Chilean´s opponent, Alex de Minaur, instead calls the hard courts his home. The Aussie established himself on tour last season aged only 19, making the Sydney final on home soil, and made waves in reaching the Washington final. After a strong showing in the all new ATP Next Gen-finals, this year started with a Sydney title. Since taking that title though, the quick De Minaur has struggled, and only recently found some form in winning ATP Atlanta.<br /><br />This matchup pits two great movers against one another, but the surface advantage is overwhelmingly in the 20-year old´s favor. Garin has yet to establish himself on other surfaces than clay, and has fallen off a bit form wise from the earlier strong showings this year. De Minaur should be able to move the Chilean around the court, and pounce on the inevitable shorter balls that will come his way. At 1.30, Alex the Minaur to win is our first part of this treble.</p><p><a href="http://a.oddsmarket.com/record/v?c=162&a=ec641d03-1e6d-4096-9f5f-d2a6939022d0&f=3" target="_blank"><img alt src="https://cmscdn.staticcache.org/assets/image/0005/1349915/Biggest-Ever-Bet-Boost-1280x480-English-UK.jpg" style="width:100%" /></a></p><h2><em><strong>Rebecca Peterson - Dayana Yastremska </strong><strong>– </strong><strong>Yastremska </strong><strong>to win at 1.</strong><strong>61</strong></em></h2><p><br />Rebecca Peterson has improved by leaps and bounds during the last two seasons. From hovering around the 200 mark in the rankings and primarily playing ITF events, the Swede has burst onto the scene and is now able to hold her own in the middle echelon of the world´s top 100. Earlier in her career, the 24-year old has somewhat struggled with positioning herself correctly for swinging through groundstrokes, often leaving the balls a little short. This is an area of her game that has been much improved, and in a straight sets win over Monica Puig, Rebecca was playing very well indeed. In this matchup the Swede faces off against Ukrainian rising star Dayana Yastremska. A meteoric riser on tour, the 19-year old is currently embracing a career high ranking of world no. 30. In 2019, Yastremska has continued where she ended 2018, and picked up two more titles to follow her maiden success in Hong Kong. A heavy hitter of both things, the Ukrainian has the toolbox to be dangerous on all surfaces. This has been shown in her title endeavors in Hua Hin(hard court), Strasbourg(clay) and a last 16 appearance on the grassy lawns at Wimbledon.<br /><br />In what´s expected to be a tough matchup, Yastremska won´t be able to always rely on her power. What was impressive in her opening win against the crafty Monica Niculesucu, was her problem solving. The slicing and dicing Romanian wasn´t going to let Dayana rip it, but she found a way through. Peterson has indeed been in-form this year, but the Ukrainian just has a lot more in her toolbox. At 1.61, Yastremska to win is our second piece of this treble.</p><h2><em><strong>Reilly Opelka vs. Dominik Koepfer</strong><strong>– </strong><strong>Opelka to win </strong><strong>at 1.</strong><strong>40</strong></em></h2><p>One of the alluring things about tennis is its ability to breed professional athletes from all over the world, and of entirely different physical builds. Everyone can have success, no matter how their genetical composition shakes out. As a man towering above most others, the 211cm tall Reilly Opelka exemplifies this. With a game primarily built around a lethal delivery, very few are able to contest the American´s serve. But there is much more upside to the 22-year old than his big serving predecessors. Reilly moves surprisingly well for a man of his stature, and possesses a solid all around game, highlighted by a powerful forehand. One of the most improved players on tour, Opelka won his maiden title in New York, and recently made the Atlanta semifinal. In this contest, he faces off against a player who has taken an unorthodox way to professional tennis, Dominik Koepfer. As opposed to many young tennis players, the German struggled in the Juniors, and didn´t have a great ranking whatsoever. Koepfer´s dream had always been to become pro, so to keep that dream alive he decided to move abroad and play collegiate tennis for Tulane University in the US. Despite having his early days derailed by Infectious mononucleosis, the German managed to complete his four-year studies, and become a two-time All-American 2015 Indoor Collegiate champion. Dominik also managed to capture the number one Collegiate ranking. Koepfer has since started his professional career, but mostly been plying his trade at the Challenger level.<br /><br />While the 100-ranked lefty German has a good serve and a solid game, he faces a big step up in competition in this tousle. The 45-ranked Reilly Opelka has been in great form, and comes off a round 1 victory against world no. 11 Fabio Fognini. Despite not having one of his best days on serve, the American fired down a whopping 26 aces, and breaking serve will be a challenge for Koepfer. These two have actually faced three times already as they´ve been playing a lot of US Challengers, and Opelka has won all three meetings. It´s tough to envisage that change here, with the German playing his first US Open, and the home crowd on Reilly´s back. At 1.40, Opelka to win is our final selection of this treble.</p></div>