Richard Gasquet v Marin Cilic
Gasquet hasn’t shown his best tennis against Dolgopolov. The French has committed too many errors and his tennis looked dirty. It’s clear that Richard is out of his top form now. We guess it’s all due to his back pains or the Frenchmale does his best to avoid another health issue. Up for the Croat, he’s displayed better tennis than we had expected against Mayer. The number of mistakes has decreased. By and large it’s hard to forecast the course of the upcoming match. Wу guess that the winning chances are almost equal.
Betting pick: it’s better not to bet at this match.
David Goffin v Stan Wawrinka
Wawrinka isn’t the most suitable opponent for Goffin. The Swiss knows from a to z how to break through the Belgian’s defensive wall. The both will be going head-to-head for the fourth time with Wawrinka getting the job done in straight sets each time. The situation will hardly be any different this time. Stan has gained his fit form and his powerful shots must provide the Swiss with a spot in the BNP Paribas QF.
Betting pick: Negative handicap on Wawrinka.
Gael Monfils v Federico Delbonis
We wouldn’t give a win to Monfils ahead of time. The Argentine will be exhausted both mentally and physically but he has plus one day for rest, while Monfils can be defeated. So we see two possible match scenarios: either Gael will secure an easy win or both of the players will struggle to death. The problem is that it’s hard to predict the Argentine’s form before he comes on court.
Rafael Nadal v Alexander Zverev
Young star Alexander Zverev has registered a well-confident win over Gilles Simon who failed to show вусвуте tennis due to his back pain. The German played really well. But a considerable number of errors will be to the Spaniard’s benefit. We don’t believe that Sasha will display better tennis than Fernando Verdasco did against Nadal.
Betting pick: Negative handicap on Nadal.
John Isner v Kei Nishikori
Kei Nishikori has no right to relax and lose concentration in the upcoming match against the native American giant. Isner won’t make such presents as Steve Johnson did. The conditions in Indian Wells are nothing short of ideal for Isner and he’s amazingly confident and unbeatable on his serve. The only thing Kei may hope for is John’s rare inconsistency. The Japanese may try to impose his play on the American. But it’s more probable that Isner won’t fail his massive momentum and we’ll see him in the QF. Summing it all up, the American has to make it to the next round.
Betting pick: John Isner wins.
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