Tennis tips and betting picks: Lucas Pouille v Juan Monaco in the Internazionali BNL d’Italia QF
The lucky loser Lucas Pouille has defeated a flat David Ferrer to book a spot in the last 16. As a matter of fact, the French male’s current physical form leaves much to be desired and he picked up a lucky loser berth in the main draw only after Jo-Wilfried Tsonga has retired. Pouille has previously got past badly-struggling Ernests Gulbis. What matter more is that Lucas makes more than enough mistakes and plays highly condensed tennis, but his future opponent won’t come short of it.
Juan Monaco will be a much tougher examination. The Argentine has been showing very consistent tennis which troubles all but elite players: Steve Johnson, Kevin Anderson and Stan Wawrinka have been defeated. All of them showed much power and Monaco had to defend mainly. Now it’ll be a bit different tennis but Juan Monaco should be better in all components, except the serve. The Argentine is faster, more endurable and has richer experience.
Betting pick: Juan Monaco shall obtain routine win over Lucas Pouille.
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