Benjamin Becker v Guido Pella
For Benjamin Becker the first round match against Thomson turned out to be more difficult than expected. Now theoretically he must easily see off Guido Pella who will play on his les beloved surface. Nevertheless, Pella has significantly progressed this season. He hasn’t played on grass this season but the Argentine owns good serve and he’s a lefty, which should give more troubles to Becker. Overall, the match is too risky to bet on as it’s not clear what Pella is up to.
Betting pick: It’s better not to bet on this match.
Sam Querrey v Ernesto Escobedo
Sam Querrey has taken a rest and should be eager to practice before the Wimbledon Chamionships kick off. The American is a big server but it's not clear whether he manages to show consistency in rallies. Escobedo is a decent baseliner and has adopted to courts.
Betting pick: Negative handicap seems to have value while Sam Querrey doesn't have big winning chances.
Joao Sousa v Dudi Sela
In his recent match Sousa has displayed great winning desire. The Portuguese looked great against Dominic Thiem and now we expect to see another remarkable performance. Joao will rely on his experience and will apply pressure based on his attacking style. Dudi Sela has made it to the second round as well, but he lacks consistency. Although the Israeli is a player of a lower class, he can make it up for on grass with better footwork and better adaptation to the surface.
Bettig pick: Sousa is a slight favorite. The published handicap is low but shall Dudi manage to take a set, the handicap may not be covered.
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