Nick Kyrgios v Richard Gasquet
The Australian feels very comfortable on the Paris clay. Nick strongly holds his serve (so far his opponents had only 2 break points). Richard Gasquet is a familiar foe for Kyrgios who has won their most recent matchup in the Marseille quarterfinals. The Frenchman was then defeated 6-0, 6-4 and the Aussie lifted the final trophy.
As for Gasquet, he plays well but faces evident service problems. And it may become the deciding point now as Nick will apply every effort to attack. The roaring crowd will be eager to get itself under Kyrgios’ skin but the thick-skinned Australian should pay no attention to this.
Betting pick: Nick Kyrgios is to make it to the next round.
Jack Sock – Albert Ramos
Classical example of hedge betting to secure a profit. Albert Ramos plays too softly and powerful Sock should prevail at least at the beginning of the match. However, it’s difficult to say how the match will progress. Ramos is capable of taking advantage over Sock in the exchange of baseline shots and end up the match to his favor. Jack Sock lacks stamina this year and his fitness form doesn’t allow him to play best-of-five-set format matches decently.
Betting pick: Negative handicap on Sock further secured by picking up Ramos’ victory after the 1st set.
Andy Murray – Ivo Karlovic
Karlovic toughly struggled against the Australian Jordan Thompson in round two, but managed to fire 41 aces to triumph. Age is beginning to tell and the 37-year-old Croat can hardly survive long-lasting encounters.
Survive and advance. That’s been Any Murray’s moto at the current Roland Garros. So far his opponents shoed their top tennis while Karlovic should be a much less of a challenge. Ivo Karlovic is very unlikely to get past one of the best returners on tour as his big serve is not that killing on clay.
Betting pick: We expect hard struggle in the opening set, but then Murray should take control over the match. Negative handicap on Andy.
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