Kevin Anderson v Federico Gaio at the Indian Wells Masters
At the moment the form of the South African player is not clear. We should see him in action to make some judgement. Federico Gaio is a Challengers level player, but despite this he shows very solid tennis and strongly defends his serve. The Italian doesn’t deserve it to be called an outsider. There’s a chance that Federico will offer resistance and benefit on the South African’s loss of serve.
Henri Laaksonen v Borna Coric at the Indian Wells Masters
This is the affair between completely different players. The both are at different competition levels. Coric is in good form and will most likely have a walkover. But the Swiss player can sometimes find his play and pose threats to the opponent. Laaksonen is very powerful and if he is accurate with his shots, Borna will face difficulties in defense and won’t cover the handicap.
Betting pick: Coric is the favorite, but the bets on him won’t bring any value.
Federico Delbonis v Andrey Kuznetsov at the Indian Wells Masters
Delbonis has been playing on clay and, unlike his future opponent, he has practice. Federico has significantly improved his performance on hard and has every chance to close out the match. Andrey Kuznetsov hasn’t won a set for the recent three matches. The only face-to-face meeting between the both has gone the Argentine’s way.
Betting pick: Delbonis wins in 2.
Nicolas Mahut v Malek Jaziri at the Indian Wells Masters
Mahut can hardly be described as a strong opponent but in the upcoming match he can prevail due to his higher tennis quality. Malek Jaziri isn’t bad but he suffers some troubles with passing shots, which can become a real advantage for the Frenchmale opponent. Mahut is capable of getting easy points.
Betting pick: Mahut in 2.
Daniil Medvedev v Mikhail Youzhny at the Indian Wells Masters
Daniil Medvedev is mentally exhausted. It’s very hard to play on such level at such age. Daniil takes risk and puts all in. Youzhny will punish him for such decisions. Mischa can show high quality and play well in rallies. The Russians are usually quite unpredictable but this time we’d back Mikhail.
Betting pick: Youzhny in 2.
Renzo Olivo v Jiri Vesely at the Indian Wells Masters
It’s very hard to single out the favorite. Vesely is in a bad form, isn’t consistent on the serve and collapses at the baseline. For Olivo it shall be a good chance to prevail but the Argentine doesn’t impress either. He was far from his best on clay, say nothing about the hard courts now.
Betting lines prove our doubts. 1.55 on Czech’s win.
Betting pick: Better not to bet.
Benoit Paire v Taylor Fritz at the Indian Wells Masters
Benoit Paire has displayed a very strong winning feeling and the series of losses can be attributed to the inconvenient opponents. The Frenchmale struggles for every point and shall outplay the US youngster. Fritz does the best he can but he may not find right answers to the rival’s questions. Shall Paire be consistent on his serve, the American will face difficulties and will lose the battle.
Betting pick: Benoit Paire in 2.
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