Thomaz Bellucci v Thomas Fabbiano at the Shenzhen Open
The Italian can show decent performance on fast courts. But the Italian runs out of gas too fast. The Brazilian may prolong the match with his well-build offensive or defensive steps so that Fabbiano will have to survive the long-lasting meeting. And it’s more likely that the Italian will lose the long clash.
Betting pick: We advise to bet on Fabbiano’s win and hedge it.
Tomas Berdych v Mikhail Kukushkin at the Shenzhen Open
Kukushkin had a tough opening round match, which will negatively influence his odds against the powerful Berdych. Tomas is well-rested and will have no troubles to break the opponent from Kazakhstan. At the same time, Kukushkin is better equipped technically and will get his winners at the cost of the Czech’s errors.
Betting pick: We guess that the Kazakh is underestimated. We advise to bet on the +5 games handicap on Kukushkin.
Inigo Cervantes v Jiri Vesely at the Shenzhen Open
As you can see, the bookies have overestimated Cervantes after his confident win over Akira Santillan currently ranked on the 232nd position. Up for him now is Jiri Vesely who comes on court as a routine favorite. The tenacious Czech won’t let Cervantes to win lots of points on the service play.
Betting pick: Bet on the -4 handicap market on Vesely or on the Total Under 21,5 games.
Bernard Tomic v Ryan Harrison at the Shenzhen Open
The main question is the Australian’s motivation level. We believe that the 22nd-ranked Australian should prepare for the ATP 500 and Masters events. If so, the tournament in Shenzhen is a practice for him. He won’t hang by the skin of his teeth to come off victorious in front of not the friendliest fans. The American, on the other hand, looks highly motivated. He puts pressure on his opponents and beats for every point. Considering the fast surface, the Australian will have tough times in defense and the American will have chances to the upset.
Betting pick: To those who enjoy taking great risks, we offer to bet on the American’s win. The positive handicap to Harrison looks more promising.
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