Christian Harrison v Dudi Sela
Christian Harrison has qualified for the main draw by defeating two strong competitors of the Challenger Tour. The American is good at return and should be a threat to the inconsistent Israeli. At the moment, Sela outclasses Harrison – and the gap in ranking points is the prove. However, bookmakers value Sela on the -4.5 games handicap market and it’s too much. The Israeli won’t break every serve of the opponent’s and may find it hard to hold his own serve.
Recommended bet: Back Christian Harrison at the odds of 3.6.
Kevin Anderson v Dusan Lajovic
Anderson serves well but he looks too inconsistent on return and owing to this will lose points. Lajovic is in good form and is well equipped technically. The Serb will take advantage in rallies, we expect. The outcome of the battle is not that clear. Most probably, it’ll be a long-lasting affair with a tiebreaker. Three sets look quite possible.
Recommended bet: Back Lajovic 2.5 games.
Jared Donaldson v Kyle Edmund
Donaldson is still undercooked and outweighs all the victories with losses. Kyle Edmund is a more experienced player and has displayed very solid tennis in California. What is important, Kyle is more consistent, while Donaldson can’t avoid collapses. We expect Edmund will close out the match, but the market won’t bring you any value.
Guido Pella v Tim Smyczek
Guido Pella can hardly astonish Tim Smyzcek. The courts are the best for the American native and Tim should pick up the points in rallies. He has confidently qualified for the event. Guido Pella is a rare visitor at Miami Open. Back to the last year, he was defeated by Garcia-Lopez. This time his opponent is an all-courts player and Pella should find answers to his questions. We expect Smyczek to get an edge.
Recommended bet: Back Tim Smyczek as an outright winner or on the negative handicap market.
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