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Emma Raducanu vs Belinda Bencic: Prediction and Betting Tips

18:00, Sep 08 2021
Emma Raducanu vs Belinda Bencic prediction for Wednesday’s US Open women’s singles clash at Arthur Ashe Stadium in New York. World number 150 and qualifier Emma Raducanu plays 12th ranked Belinda Bencic in the quarter-final of the 2021 US Open. You can follow our preview free prediction and betting tips on this page.

Emma Raducanu growing in confidence as she enters the crucial stages

Emma Raducanu’s dream run at the US Open continues. Remarkably, the 18-year-old now is in her maiden Grand Slam quarter-final round. Notably, it took her just a couple of months to improve her last run at Wimbledon this year. Also, Raducanu is on a seven-match winning streak and lost just one match in 12 oustings.

Moreover, the Brit did not lose any set in all of her seven matches at the US Open, including the qualification. Also, in all of her four matches in the main draw, Raducanu lost four games in a set just once. Evidently, her domination in the matches is clear when we look at her match results. Undoubtedly, she is a very brave player and will be a very tough opponent in this match.

Raducanu Key Stats

  • Raducanu played on average 16.5 games per match at the US Open
  • The Brit hit on average 27.6 winners at the US Open
  • 1.1 is the average number of times Raducanu lost her serve per match

Belinda Bencic chasing her second semi-final at the US Open

Belinda Bencic is definitely enjoying one of the best seasons of her career. The Swiss won the Olympic Gold medal at Toyo and is topping that with a great performance at the US Open. Moreover, the world number 12 lost just one of her last 15 matches. 

Like her opponent, Bencic also won all her matches in straight sets. However, the 24-year-old faced some tough opposition in her last two matches. As a matter of fact, Bencic had to dig deep to overcome Swiatek in the last round before eliminating the Pole. During that match, the 12th seed won 8/9 of her net points which shows the variety in her game.

Bencic Key Stats

  • Bencic played on average 19 games per match at the US Open
  • The Swiss lost her serve just three times in four matches
  • 31% is the average number of times Bencic won her breakpoints

Emma Raducanu vs Belinda Bencic Prediction

The quarter-final of the 2021 US Open sees two of the most in-form players go head-to-head for the first time. In fact, both Raducanu and Bencic are having an amazing tournament.

Having said that, Bencic looks the more accomplished player as she is obviously more experienced. Furthermore, the Swiss has much more wins under her belt and played in so many crucial matches.

On the other hand, Raducanu makes up for her lack of experience with her hunger and courage. The Brit is fearless on the court and like to be in control of the rallies which she does perfectly.

In conclusion, we think it will be a close match and both players will win a high number of games. At Vbet we can find many profitable markets. We will choose the over 20.5 games bet with an odds of 1.69.

Emma Raducanu vs Belinda Bencic Betting Tips

Over 20.5 Games 1.69 at Vbet

Under 7.5 Breaks 1.66 at Vbet

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