Marseille QF previews and predictions: Gombos - Kyrgios, Simon - Tsonga, Pouille - Medvedev, Gasquet - Monfils
Tennis tips and betting picks: Norbert Gombos v Nick Kyrgios at Open 13
Norbert Gombos has shown very good form and active play in rallies. Despite it, the Slovakian faces Nick Kyrgios in the quarterfinals showdown and he will hardly have any weapons to outhit the Aussie. Gombos will be induced errors in rallies due to his exhaustion. For Nick Kyrgious it will be an easier test that he has set against Malek Jaziri. The Australian is more powerful, well-rested and will keep the ball in. Don’t forget about Nick’s booming attacks.
Tennis tips and betting picks: Gilles Simon v Jo-Wilfred Tsonga at Open 13
The all-French affair will feature Gilles Simon and Jo-Wilfred Tsonga. Gilles Simon feels well on the court but it seems to us like he does his best to delight the public not to compete for the title. Tsonga tries hard and uses every moment to outplay the opponent. Tsonga is the favorite for the upcoming battle but the negative handicap market is too risky and unpredictable, mostly because Tsonga’s expectations for this event are not clear.
Tennis tips and betting picks: Lucas Pouille v Daniil Medvedev at Open 13
Lucas Pouille has caught fire and it can be enough to compete for the title. Lucas is very powerful and tenacious and, what is also important, he is well adapted to courts. Medvedev remains in action, but the event isn’t a walkover for the Russian. Daniil defends well but as soon as he needs to attack, he commits too many errors. Pouille will be a challenging opponent, who makes comings to the net and moves better on courts. The Russian has very poor chances for success.
Tennis tips and betting picks: Richard Gasquet v Gael Monfils at Open 13
Another all-French affair. Gasquet has almost runout of power and desperately needs a break. Gael, on the other hand, should keep improving. Monfils has a very effective serve and will press his compatriot for mistakes in rallies. Gasquet may win only in two sets but we don’t believe in such a scenario.
Semifinals to expect: Monfils v Pouille, Kyrgios v Tsonga
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