Andy Murray v Milos Raonic at the Western & Southern Open SF
The recent Olympics Andy Murray is the favorite in the upcoming semifinals struggle. The Scot definitely enjoys his top position in Cincinnati and must be proud of having recorded his 600th win. However, Milos has rested up this week and got convincing victories over John Isner, Dominic Thiem and Yuichi Sugita. But judging by the head-to-head series (Raonic is a 7-3 deficit) speaks in Murray’s favor.
Betting pick: Andy Murray should win but we wouldn’t bet on the handicap market. On the other hand, Raonic also has winning odds and should be highly concentrated. We’d advise choosing a 0-2 win by Raonic at the odds of 5.9. The bet can be hedged if the Canadian takes the first set.
Marin Cilic v Grigor Dimitrov at the Western & Southern Open SF
Marin is in a good form and hasn’t had any bad losses since June. The Croat hits the ball powerfully and is hard to be broken. The only Bulgarian’s chance is to be highly offensive not to let Cilic build on his confidence. This scenario is also quite probable as Grigor Dimitrov is well equipped. But at the same time we don’t believe that Grigor will be able to be through three sets.
Betting pick: The match is better to bet on live in case Dimitrov takes the first set. Then it’s worthwhile to back Cilic. Marin Cilic has decent chances for success even if he loses the opener.
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