Leonardo Mayer v Joao Sousa in the Konzum Croatia Open R2
Leonardo Mayer plays very aggressively and commits many mistakes. Sousa reveals fewer defects and prefers to attack. The match isn’t easy for predictions. Both of the players frequently attack and the both are far from their best forms. However, Leonardo Mayer is a slight favorite due to his bigger serve.
Pablo Cuevas v Gastão Elias in the Konzum Croatia Open R2
Cuevas has shown an amazing week. But the final match spoilt the whole impression. The Uruguayan’s mood will mean a lot. We guess he’ll do his best to recover after the defeat. Elias has beaten Garcia due to high aggression and power. Against Cuevas it won’t do. Pablo is a good server, more consistent and has more winning tools in rallies. Cuevas is a favorite but the handicap is too risky.
Martin Klizan v Andrej Martin in the Konzum Croatia Open R2
Klizan maintains the gained speed. His rallies are very effective and efficient. Feliciano Lopez tried hard but only managed to prolong the second set. Andrej Martin will hardly be able to catch the Slovak on his serve and won’t have any chances on return at all. Andrej’s second serve isn’t working out and Klizan will prevail in this aspect. We expect to see confident win by Klizan. But the offered handicap is too risky to bet at it.
Pablo Carreno Busta v Teymuraz Gabashvili in the in the Konzum Croatia Open R2
Carreno Busta is an excellent server and, unlike Gabashvili, makes fewer mistakes. The Spaniard is much more reliable on the serve and on the baseline. The Russian at times lacks consistency and he may fail the shots. On paper, in looks like the Russian will make 2 mistakes in every set and enable the Spaniard’s comfortable win. The handicap -4 looks valuable. Not larger!
Thiago Monteiro v Gilles Simon in the Swiss Open R2
Monteiro shows very good tennis with no vivid advantages. But the Brazilian baseline tennis is on a very good level. Gilles Simon has many questions open. Shall the Frenchmale be up to his level, Monteiro will suffer hard times on court. The good news for the South American player is that Simon hasn’t shown his best tennis lately. Nevertheless, is Simon tunes in, Monteiro will be beaten with no dangerous weapon to oppose.
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