Juan Martin Del Potro v Roberto Bautista Agut
Del Potro is in decent condition but evidently he has shown his utmost tennis in the opening round. Bautista Agut plays very attentively. The Spaniard has good movements and technique. And he must understand it that his main chance is to put pressure on the Argentine’s backhand wing. The question is whether he’ll have enough power and concentration to fulfill the task.
Betting pick: Better not to bet on this match as there’re multiple possible scenarios that can take place.
Steve Johnson v Andy Murray
After losing eight successive games to Fabio Fognini, the defending champion Andy Murray has managed to register a win over the Italian. But it was obvious that the Scot still has power and force to accelerate. Johnson isn’t the easiest opponent but actually he has nothing to oppose to Murray. The serve is decent but against the best returner on tour it will hardly be of help.
Betting pick: Negative handicap on Murray.
Rafael Nadal v Thomaz Bellucci
Nadal has overcome Gilles Simon with complications. The Spaniard was pushed to act aggressively and to use all his weapons to prevail on the baseline. Up for him next is the Brazilian Thomaz Bellucci who is highly motivated to show great performance at is home Olympics. But Nadal should be one of the most unpleasant opponents for him now. The left-handed Bellucci will lose his “leftness” benefit and will definitely fall behind in all playing components. For Nadal it should be a much easier match than the previous one.
Betting pick: Negative handicap on Nadal.
Gael Monfils v Kei Nishikori
Both players are in different playing conditions now. And at the moment when they have to win just two matches to get the Olympics medal, they’ll definitely try hard to prevail. The Japanese has all odds to struggle for the golden award. As for the Frenchmale, he’s good in all playing components: from serve to movements. The only disappointment is that he constantly passes on the initiative to his opponents. The Japanese player has a poorer serve but acts with more confidence from the baseline. What matters a lot now is that Nishikori hasn’t had really difficult matches so far. So we expect to see a tough match and more prone to bet on Nishikori at the negative handicap.
Betting pick: Negative handicap on Nishikori
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