Reilly Opelka v Tommy Haas at the US Men’s Clay Court Championship
Tommy Haas (yes, the director of the BNP Paribas Open) has confirmed his participation in the ATP Houston event. What for? We don’t know. What is he up to at his age? But oddly enough for us, he has shown very solid performance. In the first round he faces Reilly Opelka who has nothing else to oppose but for the decent serve. The US player has very poor court coverage and has been struggling with health issues. So for the German Haas it will be a good chance to record a win.
Betting pick: back Tommy Haas +1.5 at the odds of 1.9.
Featured bookmaker: Pinnacle.
Juan Monaco v Dustin Brown at the US Men’s Clay Court Championship
The defending champion Juan Monaco will set a tough test in the first round: he’s to face Dustin Brown. Clay has always favored the German and the speed characteristics of the surface will enable him to show his maximum. What the Argentine lacks most often is the opportunity to score the point. His perfect technique and court coverage may not be enough. In the upcoming battle Dustin Brown will possess advantage. He’ll push the South American from the baseline to the net ridding him of the most dangerous tool.
Betting pick: back Dustin Brown in the outright betting market at the odds of 3.4.
Featured bookmaker: Pinnacle.
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