Alexander Zverev v Dominic Thiem
The schedule of the both youngster has much in common: the both played in Nice where the 22-year-old prevailed over the worn-out German rival. Now the situation is quite the same: Zverev had no rest in between the matches and had three matches in three days. We guess that the accumulated fatigue can make the difference this time. As for Thiem, after every of his encounters he had one day to rest and obviously has less tiredness and fatigue now. Zverev’s are odds are blurring in the best-of-five-sets format. Probably, he’ll manage to play the opening rounds, but the end of the match should be too much. Thiem must be able to get the job done consider his Gran Slam experience and the clay-court surface favoring him.
Betting pick: Negative handicap on Thiem.
David Ferrer v Feliciano Lopez
Lopez has got past Estrella due to his patience and experience as he didn’t dominate greatly on court. Feliciano has honed his service play and became more confident. But generally, he adheres to his common technique and waits for his rivals’ mistakes. Hard working David Ferrer has outplayed Juan Monaco in the 2nd round. Now Feliciano Lopez may rely on his serve only. His slice shots will be comfortable for Ferrer who must an easy job over Lopez.
Betting pick: Ferrer wins. Positive handicap on Lopez is valuable.
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