Tennis tips and betting picks: Nicolas Mahut v Sam Querrey in the Ricoh Open SF
Nicolas Mahut feels at home at this tournament. All his opponents seem to have put with the thought that the French will lift the trophy and don’t show much resistance. However, Mahut gives them many chances on his serve. Only his grass-court adherence must make it up for service issues and troubles in the rallies.
Up next for Mahut is a second career match up with Sam Querrey. Their previous meeting happened in the first round of the US Open last year where the French got the job done to his favor. This year the American shows impeccable performance: serves well and actively plays in the rallies. Querrey is much fresher while Nicolas has retired from the French Open and due to his age will take long to rest after his previous battle.
Betting pick: Positive handicap on Sam Querrey has value.
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