Andrey Kuznetsov v Tomas Berdych at the St. Petersburg Open
Tomas Berdych has returned to competition in St. Petersburg after having been sidelined by appendicitis. So his current form is questioned. Kuznetsov is currently good, but the match is better not to bet on, without understanding of the Czech’s fitness.
Dusan Lajovic v Viktor Troicki at the St. Petersburg Open
Lajovic has been lucky to take advantage of Fernando Verdasco poor physical preparation. The Spaniard wasn’t ready and gave it up in attack. The Serb is playing at high tempo and has managed to produce several complex shots. Troicki looks more powerful and should prevail over his compatriot on indoor court. Victor pdisplays high quality of service play and will cause great troubles by his booming shots.
Betting pick: Negative handicap on Troicki (not more than -3.5 games).
Alexander Zverev v Daniil Medvedev at the St. Petersburg Open
Zverev appears to be fully concentrated and focused on the final outcome. He benefits from his big serve and controls the opponent. However, Sascha lacks accurate shots from the baseline. Daniil Medvedev has outplayed his 19-year-old compatriot Alexander Bublik. Now the tennis level will be completely different. The German won’t forgive any mistakes. The Russian has already had three matches but still hasn’t accustomed to the surface.
Betting pick: Zverev wins in 2 sets (negative handicap on Zverev).
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