Ivo Karlovic v Grigor Dimitrov
Ivo Karlovic looks very good. The in-form Serb takes momentum and shouldn’t lose speed now. Dimitrov tries hard but gets no easy scores. The upcoming match will be a tough one for the Bulgarian and will take all his concentration. We believe in Karlovic’s win with the negative handicap market -1.5. The only but is the Bulgarian’s first serve percentage. Over 70% is more than enough to get to tie breaks. And if Dimiotrov takes one tie break, the handicap will become risky.
Milos Raonic v Jared Donaldson
Raonic should easily get the job done against Donaldson. The Canadian is confident. But the offered handicap market is too large. We are not sure that Milos will convert three break points. Neverthless, the negative handicap seems to be valuable.
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