Karen Khachanov v Feliciano Lopez at the Chengdu Open
Karen Khachanov is lucky to get to the quarterfinals stage. All his opponents lacked consistency and weren’t able to struggle throughout the entire match. The Russian is going in the right direction, but he needs to strengthen his play. Actually he could have lost it to Sousa and to Mannarino.
Up for him now is Feliciano Lopez, who has shown significant progress against Juan Monaco. The Russian youngster will be unable to survive against the left-handed Spaniard with richer experience. To make things worse for the Russian, Lopez is a forerunner, makes constant net comings and produces effective passing shots.
Betting pick: -2.5 games handicap on Feliciano Lopez.
Viktor Troicki v Kevin Anderson at the Chengdu Open
Kevin Anderson has been showing very good tennis. Troicki is also in decent shape but we guess he won’t pass the tough test against the South African who hit 24 aces past Nick Kyrgios.
Betting pick: Negative handicap on Anderson.
Grigor Dimitrov v Diego Schwartzman at the Chengdu Open
Dimitrov has booked his spot in the quarters by defeating Dusan Lajovic, but the Bulgarian hasn’t surprised us. We guess he’ll come to his top form at Masters. In the upcoming match Dimitrov will be motivated to avenge his loss to Schwartzman in Istanbul. The service play should let the Bulgarian meet his goal.
Betting pick: Dimitrov is a favorite, but the games handicap (4.5), as well as the total number of games, offered by the bookies are too large to be on.
Dominic Thiem v Albert Ramos-Vinolas at the Chengu Open
Dominic Thiem has failed to show his best tennis against Wu Di. Maybe it’s due to jet lag and exhaustion. Ramos has overcome Lu thanks to mental strength. The match may have a sudden end.
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