Tennis tips and betting picks: Andy Murray v Albert Ramos-Vinolas at the Barcelona Open QF
Albert Ramos-Vinolas is playing the best tennis of his life. He manages to make a deep run on clay due to his active rallies and excellent technique. However, exhaustion already affects his performance: the Spaniard has survived the Norwegian Caper Ruud with a tie-breaker in the opening set and lost a set to his compatriot Roberto Bautista-Agut. Now he’s facing Andy Murray.
Murray isn’t bad either, but he is far from his stellar form of the end of 2016. The Scot shows no consistency in attacks and his serve needs improvement. Bad rains will make the situation even worse for the best defender on tour.
The both have lately met in Monte-Carlo with the Spaniard prevailing in three sets. The world No.1 should be eager to take revenge. On the other hand, Ramos-Vinolas must remember than his active play enabled him to make the best of the heavily-favored opponent. Now Ramos-Vinolas should apply pressure on the Scott again. Considering the current form and latest meeting of the both, we back Ramos-Vinolas in the upcoming affair and don’t believe Murray will use his chance for revenge.
Betting pick: We advise backing Albert Ramos-Vinolas in the outright betting market at 3.7 or back him +4.5 games. But in the latter case the odds are 1.9 at the moment of writing. Take a risk?
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