Tennis tips and betting predictions. Adrian Mannarino vs Marcel Granollers at the 2015 Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters
Adrian Mannarino has made very good impression by his performance at the US Masters. Fabulous serve, reliable defending technique combined with excellent attacking tools. Mannarino possesses one of the best return plays on tour. Moreover, he seems to be striving to perform even stronger to improve his ranking position. One would say that clay is not Mannarino’s best loved surface, but we bet that he would say that the French won’t have any big troubles here. A couple of extra trainings to hone his sliding abilities will make the difference. In general terms, the clay in Monte-Carlo is very much the same with the Miami surface.
Marcel Granollers was forced to retire from the Grand Prix Hassan II in Casablanca with ankle injury. The Spaniard has lost all five of his most recent matches. So evidently his form is far from being perfect these days. And it’s very likely that his main aim in Monte-Carlo is to get a money payout. But even in case he manages to recover, Mannarino will become a real obstacle for the Spanish player. The French has good court placement, makes very few mistakes and knows how to defend properly. To overcome such an opponent one needs to maintain the constant feet straining, which would be troublesome for Marcel now. The main card in Granollers’ sleeve is his serve which will have no weight against the French wonderful play on return.
With this all in mind, Dotennis team thinks that Adrian Mannarino should easily win the upcoming match.
We’d like to remind you that the contents of this article are for informational purposes only. Any betting decision is solely at your own risk. If you want to get guaranteed profit, subscribe to our paid tips.
Relevant news:ATP Moscow Final Preview and Prediction: Adrian Mannarino v Karen Khachanov
ATP Monte-Carlo Masters R4 Preview and Prediction: Alexander Zverev v Richard Gasquet.
ATP Monte-Carlo Masters R1 Preview and Prediction: Stefanos Tsitsipas v David Goffin
Paris Masters R1 PREVIEW AND BETTING PREDICTION: Richard Gasquet V Benoît Paire
Shanghai Masters R3 preview and betting prediction: Gilles Simon v Richard Gasquet
Such evaluation of Gasquet from the bookmakers is understandable. The Frenchman lost his two previous encounters in a row to Monaco and Nadal, which is a sign of a bad form from Richard.
From the moment he appeared on courts, Kei Nishikori has always been one of 5 or 6 super talented promising players. Within the last 3-4 years Kei showed nothing special which reflected on his modest results: he sustained a good tennis level, won several ATP 250 titles, performed well on majors – but...
Everything in this match counts in favor of the Spaniard. Nadal, as a real locomotive, took long to get into stride. But having accelerated he becomes unstoppable. Rafa performed well in Madrid
The week before a Grand Slam tournament is one of the most difficult to analyze because the motivation of most tennis players is poor or not subject to any reasonable estimate of the ...
The more I watch the matches with the American players the stronger is my feeling that they all resemble one another. It all looks like a plant cranking out products of the same quality and with the same spoilage. And this trend holds true for the last 4-5 years...
Federer, Nadal, Djokovic, Murray. Who will replace these guys in the near future. Today we chose tennis players who made the biggest step in his development this season. So Thiem Dominic, Batista-Agut and ...
Tournament yet folds up for us quite well in the market of flat bets and live bets. 6 won bets in a row perfectly enhances the mood, but we are not going to lose concentrtion and relax ...
HerbertMot18 Jun 16:42
DavidWeisp18 Jun 08:23
HerbertMot18 Jun 08:20
DavidWeisp18 Jun 00:20
Michaellet17 Jun 13:11