Nicolas Mahut v David Goffin
Nicolas Mahut has outplayed Klizan. Despite this, Mahut looks a bit undercooked. The movements, defense and constant forehand mistakes shots that he’s far from his best at his home event. David Goffin displays decent performance. The Belgian plays at high speeds and will prevail over the Frenchmale in this aspect. David will be more offensive and press Mahut for mistakes.
Betting pick: The negative handicap market on Goffin. We expect to see a break in every set.
Kei Nishikori v Viktor Troicki
Nishikori accumulates energy before the London Finals so we don’t expect to see great performance by the Japanese. However, he should easily make it through the defensive Serb. Troicki has had a tough first-round match against Adrin Mannarino and he’s unlucky to face high-skilled baseliners on his way in Paris. The deep run in Vienna will also make a difference. So we expect to see high quality start and slow decrease. The big defeat by Nishikori is quite possible.
Betting pick: Kei Nishikori wins. The negative handicap market is worth betting on.
Lucas Pouille v Feliciano Lopez
For Pouille it’s a great chance to avenge the recent loss to Lopez. At home Pouille should be fully motivated to succeed. But there’s bad news. Feliciano Lopez hasn’t lost his good form. Instead, he’s improved his play in rallies and enhanced his speed and net play. To outplay the red-hot Spaniard, Pouille will have to minimize the number of faults and to grab all his concentration. Otherwise, there may be a repetitive loss.
Betting pick: Negative handicap on the Pouille.
Marin Cilic v Ivo Karlovic
Not the easiest starting match for Cilic who aims to contest in London. The Croat has not time to rest after the tournament in Basel. On the other hand, Cilic has gained his top form and will make hay while the sun shines. Ivo Karlovic, as usually, relies on the big serve and uses every opportunity to rush to the net. All the previous matchups between the both were unpredictable. Now Karlovic should prepare for the Davis Cup, while Cilic - make it to the 8 London finalists. Will it matter? We can’t say for sure.
Betting pick: The match is too risky to bet on.
Albert Ramos-Vinolas v Jo-Wilfred Tsonga
Ramos has shown great tennis against Robert. The French’s second serve didn’t work out at all. Tsonga and Ramos-Vinolas ha recently faced each other in Vienna with Tsonga obtaining confident win. He managed to cover the -4.5 handicap, which was a surprise for him. Now Tsonga is the favorite, especially considering the home courts support.
Betting pick: The offered games handicap isn’t promising. Better not to bet.
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Probably. But Johnson's service is good, so Roger will rarely make more than one break in a set.