Novak Djokovic v Juan Martin Del Potro
The Serbian knows how to play on fast courts. The bad news for him is that the match against Del Potro will require him to play his best from the very start. Del Potro should be a very challenging opponent with his big serve and effective forehand. Novak shall be highly concentrated and serve with the first ball. Of course, it will be far from the tennis the Serb has shown against Murray in grand slam finals but will be also a tough one.
Betting pick: We advise not to bet.
Yen-Hsun Lu v Paolo Lorenzi
The Korean player lacks consistency and makes constant mistakes in rallies. Lorenzi hasn’t appeared on hard court lately but he’s definitely more alive than the upcoming opponent. The Italian has already outplayed Lu on hard surface. Now Paolo is capable of showing resistance only due to his serve and decent play at the net. No matter how the match will go, we don’t believe in Lu’s easy victory.
Betting pick: Positive handicap on Lorenzi.
Pablo Cuevas v Nikoloz Basilashvili
Pablo Cuevas displays high quality play and had enough time to rest in between. The Uruguayan serves big and is very reliable on hard. He makes few mistakes and is good in attack. Basilashvili is the Challenger Tour player and he falls back behind his future opponent in all aspects.
Betting pick: We expect comfortable win from Pablo Cuevas but the offered handicap is too large. Better not to bet.
Rafael Nadal v Federico Delbonis
Rafa will begin his second bid for a golden medal. The Spaniard is a fighter and we guess he wouldn’t compete in all three tennis events at the Rio Olympics if he had his wrist injured. Up for him in the first round is Federico Delbonis who has been out of his best and has been committing too many mistakes.
Betting pick: Negative handicap on Nadal.
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