Tennis tips and betting picks: Nick Kyrgios v Jo-Wilfred Tsonga at the Open 13
We were right in our QF predictions. Now the semifinals matches are coming, let’s look closer at them.
In the first semis Nick Kyrgios will face Jo-Wilfred Tsonga for the first time on the pro tour. The both are very good server. So far, Nick Kyrgios hasn’t lost a set at the tournament. Of course, Tsonga represents a dramatic step up in competition level. Tsonga has a bit more complicated route to the semis. Ilya Marchenko had his chances to break the French. On the other hand, Jo-Wilfred is more consistent on return. The outcome of the match will be decided in a number of key moments.
Tennis tips and betting picks: Lucas Pouille v Richard Gasquet at the Open 13
Lucas Pouille has improved on his performance only when he felt danger against Daniil Medvedev. Lucas is fresh and aggressive and has place for improvement. His elder countryman Richard Gasquet has not so much efforts left and shall Monfils have played his best tennis, Gasquet wouldn’t have survived. Lucas Pouille is better indoors and judging by Gasquet’s exhaustion Pouille should maintain momentum and make it to the finals.
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