Mikhail Kukushkin v John Isner at the Indian Wells Masters
The courts at the tournament are slow and for Isner it will be easier to perform on them than at the previous two events. Up for him now is Mikhail Kukushkin who has accidently outplayed Jordan Thompson in the opening round. Mikhail serves at 50-60%, which means that his every second serve is under threat. John Inser is the favorite and the betting lines (-3.5 on the negative handicap market) prove it. The match has no value to bet on it.
Pablo Cuevas v Martin Klizan at the Indian Wells Masters
Odd may it sound, but in this match Klizan is more predictable. The Slovak plays at his level. What Pablo Cuevas is up to, we don’t know. He has recently shown something very strange at the Brasil Open final in the championship match. However, he’s practiced enough. We would say that Klizan is the favorite as he knows how to play Cuevas on clay. Now it will be much easier. If the Slovak shots topspin ball to the opponent’s backhand wing, he’ll get winners on it. Anyway, Klizan shall win if the match doesn’t last too long.
Dusan Lajovic v Feliciano Lopez at the BNP Paribas Open
Dusan Lajovic is in very good form. He commits no mistakes, attacks a lot. Feliciano Lopez has been in the center of divorce wars with his ex-wife and it should affect his performance negatively. The previous battles between the both have never been walkovers. Now the Serbian has a good chance to run deeper.
Betting pick: Positive handicap market on Dusan Lajovic.
Adrian Mannarino v Roberto Bautista Agut at the BNP Paribas Open
Mannarino has confidently outplayed Juan Monaco. He has slowed down a bit by the end of the second serve, but generally he made no mistakes. Now he’ll face Bautista Agut who’s a player of higher competition level. Monaco hasn’t attacked Adrian, while the Spaniard will press him. However, the offered handicap is too large (-4.5 games handicap). For Agut it’s too large. So don’t bet on this match.
Andy Murray v Vasek Pospisil at the Indian Wells Masters
Andy Murray will receive another routine victory over the Canadian. And the offered -6 games handicap offered by the bookies tells us that they agree with us. The Canadian has no tools but the serve, while in 90% of the rallies he’ll be outhit. Andy is the favorite, but whether to bet on the handicap market or not, you decide.
Gael Mofils v Darian King at the Indian Wells Masters
It’s impossible to choose an easier opponent for Monfils than Darian King. He has nether reliable service play, no rally tactics. All he can do is to benefit on the opponent’s mistakes. Gael is better in all aspects. The bookies offer -5.5 handicap on the French. Will he cover it? That’s the question. We wouldn’t bet on the match.
Bjorn Fratangelo v Tomas Berdych at the BNP Paribas Open
We see two optional scenarios of the match: either Fratangelo will manage to reply to the Czech’s attacks or Tomas will show his top tennis and will blow the American out. Having analyzed the betting market, we’ll advise to bet on the +5,5 handicap market on Bjorn.
Jeremy Chardy v Dominic Thiem at the Indian Wells Masters
Jeremy Chardy has shown solid tennis and he may be capable of offering resistance to Thiem. Especially considering that it will be the first match for the Austrian and he’s used to be nervous and inconsistent opening events. We don’t’ exclude the likelihood that Jeremy may find ways to prevail.
Betting pick: Don’t bet on the negative handicap market on Thiem. Better place a wager on Chardy: choose either his win or bet on the positive handicap market.
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