Gael Monfils v David Goffin at the Shanghai Rolex Masters
The outcome of this match is a mystery. Goffin can hardly be predicted now. But the Belgian will definitely have troubles against Monfils. David will have to attack as the French male easily surrenders the match initiative, while Goffin prefers to stay in defense. Gael’s service play is also more reliable.
Betting pick: Negative handicap market on Monfils.
Lucas Pouille v Andy Murray at the Shanghai Rolex Masters
Pouille prefers to win at the cost of his strong attacks. But despite this, the 22-year-old Frenchman will hardly stop Murray from taking his third Shanghai title. The Scot looks unbeatable now. Seemingly, he deserves to occupy the first ranking position. However, Lucas is young and powerful. His talent may help him to hold the positive handicap in games.
Betting pick: Murray is the favorite, but we advise to play on the positive handicap market.
Gilles Simon v Stan Wawrinka at the Shanghai Rolex Masters
The in-form Gilles Simon has been showing enough consistency, good movements and court placement as well as wonderful playing technique. However, all this may backfire on him when the French faces Stan Wawrinka. Stan stays focused throughout the entire and will definitely hit the opponent off the court. The both will have chances to covert a break point but the Swiss is more preferable.
Betting pick: The attacking potential will predetermine the outcome of the match. But the handicap market odds are very close so we advise not to bet on the match.
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