BMW Open R2 previews and predictions: Struff v Haas, Chardy v Zverev
Jan-Lennard Struff v Tommy Haas in the BMW Open R2
Struff has played half of his best to outplay his compatriot and tournament wild card Daniel Masur. The 27-year-old definitely has reserves to make further improvements and his ability to hold the initiative is paramount.
Tommy Haas, aged 39, is playing his last BMW Open. He needs time to rush into attack. The young opponent won’t give the veteran rival this time. Tommy should win the second serve and prevail in rallies. However, the ageing German won’t be capable of railing his way to the quarterfinal against the high quality of play and aggressive attacks by Struff.
Betting pick: Back Jan-Lennard Struff -2.5 games at 2.0.
Jeremy Chardy v Alexander Zverev in the BMW Open R2
Jeremy Chardy and Alexander Zverev will be squaring for the third time in their careers. The h2h series is tied at one win apiece. The German’s for has been fascinating lately. He has shown two poor matches against Chung Hyeon in Barcelona and against the eventual champion Rafael Nadal in Monte-Carlo. Zverev hits too many balls to the net and out. We’d lean on theFrenchmale’s side.
Betting pick: Back Jeremy Chardy +4.0 games at 1.8.
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