Stan Wawrinka v Malek Jaziri at the Miami Masters
Having shown very decent performance and putting in just what it took it, Stan Wawrinka made it to the third round of the Miami Masters. We expect this time the Swiss will also leave on court the amount of forces needed to close out the match. However, Jaziri shouldn’t be undervalued. The Tunisian has also been making very solid showing. He produces effective shots from the forehand. Add to it good movements, and you’ll get quite a rival for the Swiss.
Recommended bet: Back Malek Jaziri +5.0 games.
Nick Kyrgios v Ivo Karlovic at the Miami Masters
Nick Kyrgios is highly consistent and maintains momentum for quite a long period of time. Ivo Karlovic outclassed Andrey Kuznetsov. This win is hardly enough to assess Ivo’s readiness. No doubt, that he lags behind the Aussie. The Croat didn’t show his best serve so far. Nick will also have advantage in rallies and press the Croat for errors.
Recommended bet: Nick Kyrgios is the outright favorite, but it’s not an easy job to choose the handicap market to place a wager on: there will be either one break of service or two but in three games. Don’t toss the coin and leave this match aside.
John Isner v Alexander Zverev at the Miami Masters
John Isner has been serving 60% instead of his typical 70%. The American giant has improved his rallies performance and produced decent movements and consistency. Zverev has outclassed Yen-Hsun Lu. The Korean player suffered from the injury. Anyway, John has a very slight chance it the upcoming match unless he honed improves the serve and rallies. Alexander Zverev will smash him.
Recommended bet: Negative handicap on Zverev.
Roger Federer v Juan Martin Del Potro at the Miami Masters
Mostly everything in the upcoming battles speaks in favor of Roger Federer’s win. He’s in a more competitive form and produces more offensive shots. Surprisingly, but we should admit: Federer’s backhand is currently more dangerous than that of the Argentine. We don’t believe that Roger will lose his serve, while breaking the one of the Argentine can be not a complicated task.
Recommended bet: Back Roger Federer -3.5 games.
Diego Schwartzman v David Goffin at the Miami Masters
Diego Schwartzman has been doing good job: the Argentine does all he can and continues his run throughout the draw. However this time Diego will have to show even more he’s capable of: in all playing aspects he lags behind David Goffin. However, the Argentine has prevailed in their recent affair which took place indoors. This time Schwartzman may try to take advantage of the Belgian’s inconsistency.
Recommended bet: In-play betting option looks rather valuable: if Diego loses the opening set, bet on the positive handicap market. The Argentine will have a chance to take the next set and close out the match.
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