Tennis tips and betting picks: Chung Hyeon v Paul Henri Mathieu Open de Nice Cote d'Azur
Paul Henri Mathieu shows nothing extraordinary but as the French Open kicks off soon we expect he’ll be in form at his home event. Generally, the French male has no weak spots so the Korean youngster should do great job to succeed.
Chung Hyeon hasn’t impressed us this season. The Korean tries to play Nishikori-style, but so far he did it unsuccessfully. He plays at high speed but his shots are very short. Mathieu will be quite a challenge to him. The French will serve bigger and home fans will be much of help. Chung is faster but on clay it won’t make big difference.
Betting pick: Paul Henri Mathieu is to get routine victory over Chung Hyeon.
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