David Goffin v Nicoloz Basilashvili at the Western & Southern Open
Janko Tipsarevic has retired from Cincinnati Masters and now David Goffin will now face Nicoloz Basilashvili, which is actually bad news for the Belgian. The Georgian player is more powerful and performs better is rallies. Goffin will be pushed to work harder in defense. Basilashvili has recorded decent performance: he serves big and strongly holds both of the serves. All this has enabled him to easily qualify for the main draw. All in all, we don’t expect that it’ll be an easy match for the Belgian. As for the bettors, we suggest betting at the positive handicap.
Malek Jaziri v John MIllman at the Western & Southern Open
John Millman has shown very strong tennis in Rio. Of course, he didn’t claim any medals but his current form is really good. His future opponent, Malek Jaziri is also in a decent form but his qualification results are rather questionable. Strong play against Donskoy and only 38 % of the first serve points won against Kozlov. This is too bad, especially against John MIllman.
Betting pick: Negative handicap on John Millman.
Jiri Vesely v Marcel Granollers at the Cincinnati Masters
Difficult match to bet on. The both players serve well and passively act in rallies. For us Marcel Granollers looks more beneficial. He has more stamina and stays concentrated much longer. Moreover, his drop volleys can be very efficient.
Betting pick: Positive handicap on Granollers.
Feliciano Lopez v Mischa Zverev at the Cincinnati Masters
Playing styles of the both are very similar: left-handers with good serve and effective net comings. Certainly, Feliciano Lopez is a player of the upper class but he has no right to relax. Zverev has lately been playing a lot and achieved significant results.
Betting pick: Positive handicap on Zverev.
Adrian Mannarino – Richard Gasquet at the Cincinnati Masters
Adrian Mannarino was defeated by Zverev in the qualification round but received the LL status and now he’s in play again. We don’t consider him to be a serious opponent. Gasquet is much stronger in all aspects and has good chances to make it to the quarterfinals. However, the Frenchmale lacks practice and we’d like to look closer at his play. So it’s better not to bet at this match.
Yuichi Sugita v Alexander Zverev
Alexander Zverev has enjoyed a two-week rest and should be ready for big results. Now it’s high time to get down to work. Sugita is not the easiest opponent possible. But all he can oppose to the German is high speed of play. As for the rest, Alexander moves well and gets all the balls.
Betting pick: Positive handicap on Zverev.
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dotennis14 Mar 19:11
Probably. But Johnson's service is good, so Roger will rarely make more than one break in a set.