Malek Jaziri v Vincent Millot at the Moselle Open
Due to the better playing form, Jaziri has outplayed Ivan Dodig. The Tunisian player has displayed more consistent movements, more reliable attacks. His shots have been more accurate, but it will hardly be helpful against Vincent Millot who’ll perform in front of his local audience. The Frenchmale strongly defends the baseline, plays offensive tennis and is able to maintain high tempo of play. Jaziri will be exhausted and will hardly be able to respond to Millot’s attacks throughout the entire match.
Betting pick: We offer to bet on the French’s win. Every year he appears to be well-ready for his home events and now he shouldn’t miss the chance to make it to the quarters.
Gilles Simon v Guillermo Garcia-Lopez at the Moselle Open
Garcia-Lopez has advanced to the last 16 by defeating Damir Dzumhur. The 57th-ranked Spaniard has shown good tempo and produced very decent shots (especially from his forehand wing). The return technique has also been quite good. So generally we appreciate the Spaniard’s current form. Up to him now is Gilles Simon. And he’s one of the most uncomfortable opponents for Garcia-Lopez. Simon will put pressure on the Spaniard’s backhand.
Betting pick: The offered handicap market is too big. Simon can lose the opening set, so the match is better to trade in-play. Shall the Frenchmale lose the first set, place your wager on him.
Pierre-Hugues Herbert v Lucas Pouille at the Moselle Open
Herbert has shown what he was expected to show: consistent service play, active high quality rallies with decent offensive technique. All these enabled Pierre-Hugues to solve any complicated playing issues. Lucas Pouille went on an epic run in New York and at the Wimbledon championship this year. We don’t believe that Lucas is highly motivated to succeed at the ATP 250 event. Most probably he’s here to raise tennis popularity in France.
Betting pick: Positive handicap on Herbert. Even if he’ll lose the match, it’ll likely happen on tie breaker only.
Nicolas Mahut v Illya Marchenko at the Moselle Open
Nicolas Mahut has had a remarkable season with no evidently weak sides. Nicolas should be highly motivated and his form allows him to perform really well. He has defeated Quentin Halys who didn’t manage to show anything but the serve. The Ukrainian Illya Marchenko looks stronger the Halys but he may add some variability and may even try to dictate his rules. At the same time, the Ukrainian can hardly be relied on as he’ll lose his serve sooner or later and won’t be able to compensate it with a break point.
Betting pick: Negative handicap on Mahut. Two break points on home courts are well in Nicolas’ power.
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