Tennis tips and betting picks: Gael Monfils v Kevin Anderson in the Mutua Madrid Open
Gael Monfils is used to mastering up all his willpower to show great performance at major events. Monte-Carlo, Miami, Indian Wells…We’re a bit skeptical about his groin injury sustained in practice in Munich. The weather was cold in Germany so the French may simply prefer to depart from Munich and take to preparing for Madrdid Masters.
Kevin Anderson hasn’t been playing much lately. But even a few of the matches he has played, are very doubtful. We don’t believe that he’ll show brilliant performance straight away. So far, the head-to-head records is led by Monfils 3-0. The French male will have additional advantage on slow clay where his serve will be hard to broken.
Betting pick: Despite a number of uncertainties in the upcoming contest (like current form o the both players), Gael Monfils is a clear favorite to Dotennis.
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