Tennis tips and betting picks. Gilles Muller v Pablo Cuevas in the ATP Nottingham semifinals
Gilles Muller has been very active on this grass-court swing. He tries really hard to win his career first title. His semifinal opponent is not that challenging as Andreas Seppi who’ll bet set for Kevin Anderson or Steve Johnson. The latter two haven’t yet finished their quarterfinal match, which will definitely affect further performance. Muller’s success will greatly depend on the first serve, while Cuevas knows how to get the ball back to the opponent.
Pablo Cuevas has managed to recover from trailing 4-0 in a decisive tiebreaker against Marcos Baghdatis and making it to the semis. The Uruguayan is a tenacious player with decent passing shots. All this is bad news for Muller. But the key moment in the match will be the Luxembourgian first serve percentage. If it is high – Pablo Cuevas will be out of his league. But there’s a chance that Gilles will lose ground as he did when facing Mahut in s’-Hertogenbosch final and with Bernard Tomic in London.
Betting pick: We guess that Muller will take the opening set. However, Pablo Cuevas is quite capable of shifting the focus. To avoid all possible risks we suggest betting this match live.
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