Tennis tips and betting picks. John Millman v Edouard Roger-Vasselin in the second round of the Open Sud de France
Edouard Roger-Vasselin has outmatched two-time champion Gael Monfils to advance to the second round. But this victory is merely attributed to the number of unforced errors committed by Monfils. Roger-Vasselin has a good baseline play but lacks more or less decent serve.
The Aussie John Millman has delighted us with his tennis against Julien Benneteau. The French opponent who has recently recovered from the suffered injury was far from being a rockstar on court, but managed to show very good play. He served well and made very solid net comings. Despite all this he lost it to Millman who is on fire now, especially on the baseline.
Our pick: For Dotennis team John Millman is a clear favorite of the event.
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