Steve Johnson v Marin Cilic
Steve Johnson keeps surprising us. The American serves very reliably and takes advantage of every moment. Now he’ll face Marin Cilic who is more powerful and boosts richer experience. The Croat shows aggressive return and is hungry for wins. At the moment Marin commits too many mistakes, but he’ll improve we bet. The second set against Janko Tipsarevic was much better than the opening one. As for the upcoming match, Cilic may show a slow start but can’t but win the entire encounter.
Betting pick: We recommend betting live if Johnson will win the beginning.
Kyle Edmund v Andy Murray
So far Andy Murray has had no difficulties en his route to the Queen’s Club finals. The Scot confidently acts on his serve and reveals no shortcomings on return. Edmund should thank luck for the chance to appear in the quarters. The 21-year-old South-African born British youngster has benefited from slight dominance over Simon and Mathieu retirement. Now his odds are very ghostly. Kyle lacks skills and grass experience to see of his titled countryman.
Betting pick: We expect to see a one-way traffic. Murray must be able to convert at least one break point in every set.
Gilles Muller v Bernard Tomic
Gilles Muller shows something incredible! His high spinning serve can hardly be broken. Furthermore, Muller rushes to the net to make the momentum. To make matters worse for the Aussie, the Luxembourgian is a lefty. Bernard Tomic has been in good form but we can’t single out any of his aspects. Gilles Muller has survived a tough match against John Isner and now he’ll have to win not less than 60-70 percent of his-serve points. We he be able to replicate this? This is the main question mark.
Betting pick: It seems too risky to bet on this match.
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