Albert Ramos-Vinolas v Andrea Arnaboldi
Ramos-Vinolas has won his match due to his high class. He hasn’t put in extra efforts and did all he had to progress to the next round. The Spaniard is very consistent and gets lots of winners by wearing his opponents down. The Italian will be a harder nut to crack. Arnaboldi serves big and aggressively hits the ball. Ramos should be able to hold his serve and defend to succeed. Ramos is the favorite but the handicap is over the top. Arnaboldi knows how to perform on clay.
Betting pick: Positive handicap on Arnaboldi.
Fernando Verdasco v Facundo Bagnis
Fernando Verdasco has been stronger than all his opponents so far, this match shall be no exception. The 32-year-old Spaniard is good in rallies and is fully focused on the play. His technique and service play are very dangerous weapons. The Argentinean also tries to do his best but anyway he will give the point in power and general characteristics. It’s interesting to point out that the both are lefties. And it will be more beneficial for Verdasco who has been practicing with the left-handed Nadal throughout the entire career.
Betting pick: Verdasco win in 2 sets.
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