ATP Sydney, Auckland final previews and predictions: Gilles Muller – Dan Evans, Jack Sock – Joao Sousa
Tennis tips and betting picks: Gilles Muller v Dan Evans in the Apia International final
Gilles Muller is heading into his 5th ATP final. In two of his previous finals he led by a set but managed to get no victories. The 33-year-old Luxembourgian acknowledges that with every year his chances to the title decrease, even despite of the fact that his ranking position gets better.
Dan Evans punched a ticket in the final match by defeating Thiago Monteiro, Marcel Granollers, Dominic Thiem and Andrey Kuznetsov. The Brit may perform another miracle but we believe that it’ll be Muller’s hour of triumph.
Betting pick: Negative handicap on Muller looks valuable.
Tennis tips and betting picks: Joao Sousa v Jack Sock in the ASB Classic final
Jack Sock has endured a complicated week in Auckland and the Portuguese can take advantage of it. The Portuguese has a good mind play and will put pressure on the American’s backhand. No doubt, Sock is more powerful but the fact that he has almost run out of power may be a key one.
Betting pick: Sousa’s victory is the only valuable bet. Handicap markets have no value as the outcome will depend on Jack Sock’s stamina.
We’d like to remind you that the contents of this article are for informational purpose only. Any betting decision is solely at your own risk.
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