Andy Murray has almost joined Stan Wawrinka and Roger Federer on the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships sidelines but he managed to survive the tough quarterfinal action against Philipp Kohlschreiber. Now he’ll face Lucas Pouille. Robin Haase and Fernando Verdasco will also struggle for a spot in the final.
Fernando Verdasco – Robin Haase match preview and betting pick
For Robin Haase the upcoming match is a great opportunity to make it to the final of a huge event and struggle for the title. The Dutach is of lower competition level than his future opponent but his motivation, desire and winning feeling can make it up for it. The Spaniard is good when he’s allowed to dictate the points. This time we expect to see close struggle with equal chances for success. The main question is how much steam Robin has and whether he’ll survive three sets.
Lucas Pouille – Andy Murray match preview and betting pick
Lucas Pouille has survived not an easy match against Evgeny Donskoy. The 15th-ranked Frenchman has almost lost the ending but managed to close out the match. As for the upcoming match, considering the Murray’s dominance over Pouille we see an upset as something almost impossible. For Andy, the previous match against Kohlschreiber should be a wakeup call and we expect that now Murray will be fully concentrated.
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