Elena Rybakina vs. Liudmila Samsonova Predictions - Sep 21, 2022

Elena Rybakina takes on Liudmila Samsonova in the round of 32 at the 2022 WTA Tokyo event on Wednesday.

Dimers' top betting picks for Rybakina vs. Samsonova, as well as match predictions and betting odds, are detailed in this article.

 

Who will win Rybakina vs. Samsonova?

Using state-of-the-art computer power and data, Dimers.com has simulated Wednesday's Rybakina-Samsonova women's singles match 10,000 times.

Dimers' popular predictive analytics model, DimersBOT, currently gives Samsonova a 57% chance of beating Rybakina at the 2022 WTA Tokyo tournament.

More: Rybakina vs. Samsonova 2022 Simulated 10K Times

Elena Rybakina vs. Liudmila Samsonova Odds

  • Moneyline: Rybakina +128, Samsonova -159
  • First Set: Rybakina +118, Samsonova -147

H2H Moneyline and First Set

Unibet currently has the best moneyline odds for Rybakina at +128. That means you can bet $100 to profit $128, earning a total payout of $228, if she wins.

Meanwhile, Unibet also has the best moneyline odds for Samsonova at -159, where you can risk $159 to win $100, for a total payout of $259, if she comes out on top.

Unibet currently has the best odds for Rybakina to win the first set at +118, while Unibet also has the best odds for Samsonova to win the first set at -147.

As always, check out the sportsbooks you can bet with in your state for the best Tennis odds in America.

According to DimersBOT, Samsonova is a 56% chance of winning the first set versus Rybakina.

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Best Bets for Rybakina vs. Samsonova

  • Moneyline: Rybakina @ +128 via Unibet
  • First Set: Rybakina @ +118 via Unibet

 

Dimers' best bets are based on world-class simulations and betting intelligence to help you make smarter investments with the legal sportsbooks in the United States.

Even though Samsonova is more likely to win the match, according to DimersBOT, betting on Rybakina moneyline is the best option due to the edge identified when comparing our data-led probabilities to the sportsbooks' odds currently on offer.

Taking advantage of the edges published on Dimers is crucial to achieving long-term profitability as a bettor.

And while Samsonova is more likely to win the first set on this occassion, our recommended bet of Rybakina (+118) is based on the chance of that happening, according to DimersBOT, and the top odds currently available.

Rybakina vs. Samsonova Betting Tips

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Dimers has full betting coverage of Elena Rybakina vs. Liudmila Samsonova, including pre-match predictions, free picks, and live win probabilities.

Don't forget, DimersBOT updates regularly, so check this page for any changes to our betting analysis before Rybakina vs. Samsonova at the 2022 WTA Tokyo tournament.

 

Rybakina vs. Samsonova 2022 Match Preview

The 2022 WTA Tokyo match between Elena Rybakina and Liudmila Samsonova is scheduled to commence on Wednesday at 1:20AM ET.

  • Who: Elena Rybakina vs. Liudmila Samsonova
  • Date: Wednesday September 21, 2022
  • Approx. Time: 1:20AM ET / 10:20PM PT
  • Tournament: 2022 WTA Tokyo
  • Round: Round of 32

All dates and times in this article are United States Eastern Time unless otherwise noted.

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