Sam Querrey – Jo-Wilfried Tsonga
Sam Querrery has displayed a very strong performance in the opening round. But now he’ll face Tsonga who has confidently upset another Frenchmale Vincent Millot. This time both of the players are very aggressive but the French is better equipped technically and should dictate his rules.
Betting pick: Tsonga is a favorite (negative handicap).
Dominic Thiem – Jack Sock
The Austrian has been running on fumes this year: he collected the Buenos Aires and Acapulco titles in February. But at the current action Dominic is under his recent level. Some drawbacks still feature his play and there is a room for improvement. Up for Sock next, the American’s playing class has guaranteed him a win over Michael Berrer 6-2, 6-4. It’s evident that Sock has well prepared for him home event, which means that Thiem will find it challenging to secure a spot in the next round. But it’s actually hard to name a clear favorite: the both are strong enough, serve well and should defend their own serve each.
Betting pick: Considering home courts and audience support we give an edge to Sock.
Rafael Nadal – Fernando Verdasco
Nadal has lost two of the three latest actions against his countryman and good fellow Fernando Verdasco. Now Rafa should be properly prepared while Fernando may be overconfident and feel nervous. Anyway, the final outcome is unpredictable.
Betting pick: Don’t bet at this match.
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