John Isner v Adrian Mannarino at the BB&T Atlanta Open
The defending champion John Isner looks like a real giant in Atlanta. He’s the strongest of all the American participants and has real odds o struggle for the title. Despite his decent play, Isner hasn’t achieved any significant results this year. So he must be starving for big wins. Considering the fact that he’s skipping the Rio Olympics, the American giant must put all in to succeed at his domestic event. Mannarino is technically inconvenient to Isner (the Frenchmale is lefty with good return and aggressive style). However he has never been a trouble for Isner.
Betting pick: Expect to see routine victory by the American. Negative handicap market has value.
Kevin Anderson v Reilly Opelka at the BB&T Atlanta Open
The young American Reilly Opelka has been showing very powerful but inconsistent play on return. For American it’s very important to serve the first ball and get easy winners as he has some troubles with court placement and footwork. Reilly is an objectively weak returner and any corner shot will be a challenge for him. Kevin Anderson has demonstrated his character last week but there are many problems to overcome. Kevin is rather inconsistent and only his hard work and excellent footwork make him a competitive player. The both will mainly rely on the serve and there is no use to bet at the negative handicap.
Betting pick: We expect to see a tough match with the South African making it to the next round.
Tim Smyczek v Donald Young at the BB&T Atlanta Open
Both of the players get the points in rallies so the affair will be played on the baseline mainly. In such a situation, the consistency of the first serve will make a great difference and Tim Smyczek is very poor at this component and loses his serve twice as often as Young. Most of the previous head-to-head matches took place long ago and during the most recent ones Donald Young wasn’t in form.
Betting pick: We believe in Donald Young’s victory, but the match should be played live if Tim Smyczek wins the opening set.
Bjorn Fratangelo v Taylor Fritz at the BB&T Atlanta Open
Thanks to the Igor Sijsling’s poor service play, Bjorn Fratangelo has managed to make the job done and make it to the second round. Taylor Fritz will be more difficult to break as he’ll do the most to dictate his play.
Betting pick: Taylor Fritz is the favorite to the match. Negative handicap on the American.
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