Novak Djokovic meets Andrey Rublev in the Australian Open quarterfinals. The Serb is after his 10th win in Melbourne but has a Russian player standing in his way. 

Before Betting on Rublev vs. Djokovic

Rublev eliminated Rune in the previous round, having plenty of trouble against the Danish player. The result was 3-2, with Rublev winning the game in a tiebreak, 11-9, and concluding the match after almost three and hours of play. 

Previously, he beat Dominic Thiem, Emil Ruusuvuori, and Daniel Evans in the opening three rounds, losing only one set during that span. We need to say that Rublev had a very good first serve firing 22 aces and having only four double faults. 

Djokovic was more than confident against Alex De Minaur, beating the Aussie 0-3, and dropping only five games. He didn’t struggle with his hamstring tightness, and the effects were immediately visible on the court. 

Djokovic was better than Robert Carballes Baena, Enzo Couacaud, and Grigor Dimitrov in the first three rounds, losing just one set. The only thing that bothers his game now is hamstring; otherwise, Novak is perfect.

Rublev vs. Djokovic Australian Open Offshore Odds

Offshore SportsbookMoneylineTotalSpread
BetOnlineRublev (6.20) | Djokovic (1.14)35.5Rublev +6.5 (1.83) | Djokovic -6.5 (2.00)
BovadaRublev (5.25) | Djokovic (1.17)36.5Rublev +6 (1.95) | Djokovic -6 (1.80)
BetUSRublev (6.20) | Djokovic (1.14)35.5Rublev +6.5 (1.83) | Djokovic -6.5 (2.00)
SportsBetting.agRublev (6.20) | Djokovic (1.14)35.5Rublev +6.5 (1.83) | Djokovic -6.5 (2.00)
PinnacleRublev (5.88) | Djokovic (1.17)35.5Rublev +6.5 (1.85) | Djokovic -6.5 (2.00)
MyBookieRublev (4.70) | Djokovic (1.15)35.5Rublev +6.5 (1.83) | Djokovic -6.5 (2.00)

We are siding with Novak here, despite low profits. His game is simply at another level, which is why we have to bet on his victory. Other than that, you might try Novak -1.5.