Jurgen Melzer – Kevin Anderson
Melzer’s run at this tournament will of course come one day, but untill it does these odds are too good to pass when you consider his record here in Vienna.
He won the title in both 2009 and 2010 and is on a 10 match winning streak, and he also leads Anderson 1-0 in h2h.
Steve Darcis – Daniel Brands
Incredibly both these players have qualified into the tournament and is now staring at the opportunity of a semifinal.
That hasn’t happened many times to Brands and the occasion could perhaps get to him, while Darcis after all has tried it before.
Xavier Malisse – Jo-Wilfried Tsonga
Rumour has it that Tsonga tried to withdraw from the tournament yesterday but in the end he played against Nieminen who then ended up withdrawing!
Anyway, if Tsonga isn’t completely fit Malisse is worth a shot at odds like these. Not least when you consider that he beat Tsonga earlier this year.
Samantha Stosur – Na Li
The winner of this match will follow Azarenka into the semifinals and you can’t go against Stosur.
They have met each other 5 times before, 3 of them this year and Stosur has won them all. On clay, carpet and hard court, losing just one set on the way.
Petra Kvitova – Agnieszka Radwanska
Without a shadow of a doubt the best bet of the day; Kvitova has already qualified for the semifinals, she doesn’t need to win this match.
Radwanska will follow her to the semifinals as long as she just wins the a set. She doesn’t have to win the match; one set will do.
They met each other during Wimbledon this year, where Kvitova won after losing the first set 6-1.