Aegon Championships R1 previews and predictions: Bautista Agut v Querrey, Verdasco v Wawrinka, Murray v Mahut
Roberto Bautista Agut v Sam Querrey
The American has already started his grass-swing, but we can’t say for sure that he’s 100% ready. The serve works out as expected but in all other aspects Sam is undercooked. The physical form of his future opponent, Roberto Bautista Agut, is rather questionable. Judging by his convincing performance at the Roland Garros, he must be in form. Nevertheless, the handicap market offered by the bookies is too risky.
Betting pick: We recommend betting on this match live if Sam Querrey manages to win the beginning.
Fernando Verdasco v Stan Wawrinka
It’s rather difficult to tell anything about the current physical form and motivation level of the both. Stan Wawrinka has managed to defend a decent chunk of ranking points by making it to the Roland Garros semis, while Fernando Verdasco has progressed to the round 3 where he was defeated by Kei Nishikori in a thrilling five-setter. So the both are capable of showing good tennis now or failing it on grass courts.
Betting pick: Better not to bet.
Andy Murray v Nicolas Mahut
Andy Murray and his former coach Ivan Lendl are back together. They are likely to try something out in the opening match at the Aegon Championships in London. Why not? On the other hand, first rounds have never been easy for Murray. This time he’ll face the in-form Nicolas Mahut who has just taken his third ‘s-Hertogenbosch title.
Betting pick: Positive handicap on Mahut.
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