Tomas Berdych v Andrey Rublev
In the most recent match, Tomas Berdych was short on mental stability and physical craft. The Czech is far from being very competitive now. Any stubborn opponent will present a challenge for the Czech. Andrey Rublev, pushing and aggressive WC holder, will press the Czech trying to outplay him even despite the lower class.
The event will be played outdoors on medium fast court, which is not a benefit for neither of the two. However, Tomas Berdych depends on his playing conditions more than the all-courts Russian does. High humidity will also play against the Czech.
Andrey is really good and consistent now. His powerful shots should be of great danger for the opponent.
Recommended bet: Back Rublev +4.5 games at 1.9.
Stan Wawrinka v Horacio Zeballos
After the Indian Wells showing, the Swiss is on fire. He’s confident in his forces and is aimed at great results. The question is, will Stan display aggressive and offensive tennis right away, or he will save himself for the later rounds.
The bookies believe in Stan’s win. The -5.0 games handicap against the string Zeballos doesn’t give Stan the right to loosen his grip. Horacio is a tough cookie: good serve, and effective shots. The Swiss will have to apply pressure from the very start.
Recommended bet: Total number of games less than 20.5. (TM 20.5)
Darian King v David Goffin
Darian King seems to be feeling at home on ATP tour: Barbados player has been performing very decently in the US series. He moves well and shows tennis of quality. Considering, Goffin’s troubles with concentration on attack, Darian will have chances to convert a break. We’ve already noted that David doesn’t enjoy offensive tennis and prefers to give initiative to his opponent.
However, this time the reason is enough to attack. The betting market is in doubts: the bookies do not know what Goffin is up to. What they are confident in, Darian King is the underdog and we should take advantage of this fallacy. Goffin is capable of covering the handicap only shall his rival fail.
Recommended bet: Total Over 19.5 games.
Nick Kyrgios v Damir Dzumhur
Yesterday, Dzumhur made too many mistakes on attack. He also suffered service play issues. The fact that he, in the end, managed to close out the match, is attributed to the lady luck.
Facing Nick Kyrgios, the Bosnian will have to cope with his own troubles and respond to the constant pressure from the Aussie’s side. Nick has withdrawn from the match against Federer due to intoxication. Miami is another chance for the Australian to get on top. Kyrgios displays very fascinating tennis and is capable of making a deep run: the battle against Wawrinka in the quarters will be just what the audience expects from the event.
The upcoming match is definitely a mismatch.
Recommended bet: Back Nick Kyrgios -4.0 games.
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