Benoit Paire – Pablo Carreno Busta
Benoit Paire looks extremely good. But the French has some playing issues unresolved: inconsistent return and so far he managed to prevail only due to his high class. Consistent and tenacious Carreno Busta may be rather challenging for the Frenchmale. The Spaniard brings his best effort in Estoril and has successfully defeated Gilles Simon to spot his place in the last 4. In the upcoming match Benoit will be more powerful between the two and will gain a lot of score on his serve, but as for consistency, the Spaniard will be a rock-solid customer and will do the most he can to reach the final. Generally, it’ll be a struggle of styles and temperaments curious to watch but too risky to bet on.
Betting pick: The final outcome is hard to predict. More careful of you will back Carreno Busta, while the reckless may bet on Paire’s victory. As for us, we offer to stay away from the match and just enjoy watching and analyzing it.
Nicolas Almagro – Nick Kyrgios
Nick Kyrgios has been showing outstanding firepower. There’re some ridiculous faults but there are much more shots that can’t be returned. Thanks to his big serve, the 20th-raned Australian has already taken care of Inigo Cervanes and Borna Coric. Nicolas Almagro is also confidently making his way after the foot injury last year, but the Spaniard’s service play isn’t that attractive. And there’ll be tough struggle on his serve. The main question mark for us is the number of break points Nick Kyrgios will convert.
Betting pick: We tend to believe that Nick will cover the handicap but there’s also a chance of a tiebreak.
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