Three Best Betting Tips of the Day from Miami Open 2021 for Tuesday, March 30

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The fourth round action in the men’s singles draw at the 2021 Miami Open will be played today along with two of the women’s quarterfinals. Some of the top players in the world including Daniil Medvedev and Ash Barty will take to court today and you can find our experts’ best tennis betting tips for Tuesday, March 30 from the Miami Open below.

Jannik Sinner v Emil Ruusuvuori

This could well be a match from two of the top players in the future, their first ever meeting on the ATP tour.

Sinner, who had started off ranked 31st in the world before the start of the Miami Open has already broken into the top 30 with his fourth round entry while Ruusuvuori has made it to inside the world number 75 doing the same, both career-best for the two players.

With wins over Hugo Gaston and Karen Khachanov though, Sinner looks like being a part, having gotten himself out of sticky situations at various times in the latter encounter. Ruusuvuori stunned Alexander Zverev in an earlier round too which makes this an interesting battle but we believe Sinner’s unsatiating hunger and his precocious talent will take him through and in straight sets too.

Sinner v Ruusuvuori Betting Tip

Sinner to win in straight sets: 10/11* (Sign up here with bet365 for these and other awesome odds)

Diego Schwartzman v Sebastian Korda

This is an interesting one thanks to the multiple layers attached to it.

On the one hand, Schwartzman is a top 10 player while Korda is ranked outside the top 80.

Form-wise, both have reached the fourth round and done so with some solid tennis; the Argentine having won both his matches in straight sets while Korda defeating Radu Albot, and Aslan Karatsev in straight sets and Fabio Fognini in three.

Most vitally, Schwartzman isn’t as good a hard-courter as he is a clay court player while Korda has a decent record on this surface.

Where all of this leads us is it might not be an easy one for either player and you can expect this to be a longish battle – could see over 22.5 games or even a third set in the encounter.

Schwartzman v Korda Betting Tip

Over 22.5 games in the match: 5/6* (Sign up here with bet365 for these and other awesome odds)

Elina Svitolina v Anastasija Sevastova

On paper this looks like it should be a cakewalk for Svitolina, the world number five who will be up against the 57th-ranked Sevastova. And the odds reflect the same as Svitolina starts off 2/5 to win this while Sevastova is a whopping 2/1 to upset another player this tournament, having earlier gotten past Cori Gauff.

The difference between the two players gets starker with Svitolina’s wins having come against Shelby Rogers, Ekaterina Alexandrova and Petra Kvitova. Form-wise, pedigree-wise, those are much higher-quality opposition than Sevastova.

Which is also why we believe the odds of 2/5 is actually better than it seems for a Svitolina victory. A straight-set win for the Ukrainian is at 10/11 if you want to for a riskier option.

Svitolina v Sevastova Betting Tip

Svitolina to win: 2/5* (Sign up here with bet365 for these and other awesome odds)

*Odds Correct at the Time of Writing

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