Argentine – Italy tie
Location: Buenos Aires, Argentine
Argentine team: Diego Schwartzman, Carlos Berlocq, Guido Pella, Leonardo Mayer
Italy team: Paolo Lorenzi, Fabio Fognini, Andreas Seppi, Simone Bolelli
This is the only tie that will play on clay. It’s very important to consider as after the Davis cup matches Andreas Seppi, for example, will compete on hard courts so he will hardly be very well prepared. Simone Bolelli will merely support the mood of his teammates. As for Fabio Fognini, we bet he’ll fool around. So generally the Italians have only one decent player – Paolo Lorenzi.
As for the Argentines, Diego Schwartzman is the most interesting player to watch at. He can win even two points for his country. Pella is also worth attention. And the most important factor is that the South American will play on home courts.
Betting pick: Argetine’s victory at the odds of 3.3.
Germany – Belgium tie
Location: Frankfurt, Germany
Surface: Indoor hard court
Germany team: Alexander Zverev, Mischa Zverev, Philipp Kohlschreiber, Jan-Lennard Struff
Belgium team: Steve Darcis, Ruben Bemelmans, Arthur De Greef, Joris De Loore
The Germans will perform on their home courts and will face the Belgium’s bench team. The Belgian core player is Steve Darcis who is anyway weaker that the German’s weakest competitor. The Germany team will be stronger on indoor courts and are technically better equipped.
Betting pick: Confident win by Germany.
Australia – Czech Republic tie
Location: Melbourne, Australia
Surface: hard courts
Australia team: Nick Kyrgios, Jordan Thompson, Sam Groth, John Peers
Czech Republic team: Jiri Vesely, Radek Stepanek, Jan Satral, Zdenek Koral
On hard courts the Czech player will hardly show anything against the powerful Australians. Radek stepanek is probably the only player who will be competitive. However, the best-of-five format is not advantageous for the ageing Czech as well.
Betting pick: Australia wins.
USA – Switzerland tie
Location: Birmingham, USA
Surface: indoor hard
USA team: Jack Sock, John Isner, Sam Querrey, Steve Johnson
Switzerland team: Henri Laaksonen, Marco Chiudinelli, Adrien Bossel, Antoine Bellier
Obviously, Switzerland has no chances against the USA. The Americans are unbeatable indoors. Jack Sock is in super form, as well as Sam Querrey. Isner and Johnson are good competitors also.
Betting pick: confident win by the USA.
Japan – France tie
Location: Tokyo, Japan
Surface: Indoor hard
Japan team: Nishioka, Taro Daniel, Yuichi Sugita, Yasutaka Uchiyama
France team: Richard Gasquet, Gilles Simon, Nicolas Mahut, Pierre-Hugues Herbert
Decent Japanese players of the Challengers tour will face the world stars from France. Absolutely different level of tennis.
Betting pick: confident win by France.
Canada – Great Britain tie
Location: Ottawa, Canada
Surface: indoor hard
Canada’s team: Vasek Pospisil, Denis Shapovalov, Daniel Nestor, Peter Polanski
Britain’s team: Kyle Edmund, Jamie Murray, Dom Inglot, Dan Evans
This tier isn’t that easily predictable. Vasel Pospisil and Peter Polanski lose it the British in rankings, but Evans left much of his efforts in Australia and may be far from his best. Kyle Edmund may also lose his match. At the same time, Vasek Pospisil and Denis Shapovalov are capable of winning their battles. So we guess that Canada is undervalued.
Betting pick: Canada’s win at the odds of 4.0 looks valuable.
Serbia – Russia tie
Location: Nis, Serbia
Surface: Indoor hard
Serbia team: Novak Djokovic, Viktor Troicki, Dusan Lajovic, Nenad Zimonjic
Russia: Karen Khachanov, Nadrey Kuznetsov, Daniil Medvedev, Konstantin Kravchuk
The Russian team is rather promising but not against Novak Djokovic. The World no. 2 will make a big difference. Viktor troicki should also be up to his best indoors.
Betting pick: Serbia wins.
Croatia – Spain tie
Location: Osijek, Croatia
Surface: indoor hard court
Croatia team: Franko Skugor, Ante Pavic, Nikola Mectic, Martin Draganja
Spain team: Pablo Carreno Busta, Roberto Bautista Agut, Feliciano Lopez, Marc Lopez
By all aspects, the Spaniards look more appealing. Even Marc Lopez can be permitted to play a single match. We guess that the hosts don’t have a chance to succeed.
Betting pick: Spain’s win.
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