Ivo Karlovic v Adrian Mannarino
The Croat’s main key to successful performance is his serve which is now around 70% and allows Ivo to get many easy points. The net play goes less smoother but Ivo won’t change his style. His serve can hardly be broken on the green stuff. His opponents should try to benefit on tiebreaker. Mannarino has outplayed Medvedev due to his class and experience. The French moves well and boasts more consistency.
Betting pick: The favorite in rallies is Mannarino but his return leaves many questions open. Actually, the both players are in-form now and we advise not to bet on this match.
Sam Querrey v Stefan Kozlov
Querrey is good on serve. As for the return, it’s not that reliable. Kozlov has made it to the next round due to his countryman Johnson’s weak play. But the 18-year-old American isn’t that simple. He produces decent shots down the line, which is a very effective tool on the grass surface. Stefan actively returns and Sam Querrey, who is the per-match favorite, will have more troubles than in the previous-round encounter against Tatsuma Ito.
Betting pick: Querrey is the favorite but it’s better not to bet on this match.
Nicolas Mahut v Bernard Tomic
There is nothing like grass for Mahut. But his opponent, Bernard Tomic, also enjoys transmitting from clay to grass. The previous match against Paul-Henri Mathieu has revealed Mahut’s problems with the serve. His knee injury is also to be taken into account as every action and every step can bring about negative results on grass. Tomic looks a bit better, more consistent and powerful. The Australian is better on serve and makes fewer mistakes. Overall variety and ability to keep balls low will likely frustrate a net-rushing opponent.
Betting pick: Tomic wins.
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