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2022 US Open Quarterfinals: Jabeur vs Tomljanovic

Battle for Spot in Final Four at Stake

Tunisian trailblazer Ons Jabeur is through to the US Open quarterfinals where she will face Ajla Tomljanovic, the player who upset Serena Williams in the Round of 32 and ended the legendary American’s captivating swan song run at this year’s fourth and final Grand Slam.

BetUS sportsbook tips Jabeur as the firm favorite at -210 to win. Tomljanovic is priced as the +175 underdog while the games handicap is set on a 3½ spread and the total is projected to 22.

2022 US Open Quarterfinals: Jabeur vs Tomljanovic
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Read on for our Jabeur vs Tomljanovic quarterfinal preview at the 2022 US Open.

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US Open Outrights

  • Iga Swiatek +175
  • Carolina Garcia +450
  • Ons Jabeur +700
  • Coco Gauff +900
  • Aryna Sabalenka +900
  • Ajla Tomljanovic +1400
  • Danielle Collins +1600
  • Jessica Pegula +1600
  • Karolina Pliskova +2000

Jabeur Defeats Kudermetova

Jabeur couldn’t have picked a better time than the US Open R16 to earn her first win over Veronika Kudermetova. By that very same token, the Tunisian reaches her first-ever US Open quarterfinals.

Jabeur took the 7-6 (1), 6-4 win, recovering from a slow start to win in straight sets. She served brilliantly on the day, serving up 11 aces and 69 percent of first serves. She won 70 percent of her first serve points and broke on all three break-point opportunities. She defended well too, swatting away two of four break points for Kudermetova.

Unseeded Tomljanovic Through to Quarters

Tomljanovic couldn’t have scripted a better run for herself at the US Open, including the highlight of defeating Serena Williams in prime time at Arthur Ashe stadium. Tomljanovic never played Williams before their R32 match and she was a considerable underdog according to the betting online markets.

Often players who aren’t expected to win do will fall victim to the dreaded hangover effect immediately after a big upset. Tomljanovic, however, proved to be the exception to this rule

The unseeded 27-year-old Australian went on to win her next match against Ludmilla Samsonova in straight sets, 7-6 (8), 6-1. She withstood a tough first set to come through in the tiebreaker but then ran away with the second set convincingly.

Tomljanovic served one ace and 64 percent of first serves. She won 66 percent of first-serve points and broke on four of five break-point opportunities. She also defended superbly as she quashed eight of 10 break-point opportunities against her serve.

Jabeur vs Tomljanovic Head-to-Head

Jabeur has the 2-0 head-to-head edge over Tomljanovic. She beat the Croatian-born Aussie in three sets almost 10 years ago in Casablanca. Their second meeting is more relevant for its timing, coming this year in Rome where Jabeur took the straight-set win, 7-5, 6-2. That said, it was on clay.

Jabeur vs Tomljanovic Information

  • Game: Jabeur (38-13) vs Tomljanovic (28-20)
  • Location: Arthur Ashe, Flushing Meadows, Queens, NY
  • Day/Time: Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2022, 2 p.m. ET (Not Before )
  • Jabeur vs Tomljanovic Live Stream: TennisTV

Jabeur vs Tomljanovic Betting Lines

Team Game Hcp Moneyline Total Team Total
Ons Jabeur -3½ -115 -210 22 Evo 12½ Evo

12½ -120u

Alja Tomljanovic +3½ -105



11½ -115o

11½ -105u

Jabeur vs Tomljanovic Prediction

This will be a fascinating contest between two players that are strong baseliners and exceptional movers. The rallies are likely to be longer and the margin wafer thin. It wouldn’t be surprising if it went the distance and pushed the total over 22.

As far as the outright win goes, the tennis betting markets corner this game with Jabeur for good reason. She’s the in-form player and a recent Wimbledon finalist. But Tomljanovic comes into this match brimming with confidence after her big upset over Serena and Samsonova. If she can beat Serena, it follows that she can beat Jabeur too.

Insofar as this is more of a toss-up than the odds markets would have it, we’re still backing the favorite to win.

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