Tennis tips and betting picks: Milos Raonic v Gael Monfils at the London Finals
Raonic has shown a magnificent match against Pablo Carreno Busta. Then he has been less remarkable against Pablo Cuevas but managed to make it up for it. After that was a decent match against Jo-Wilfred Tsonga. Now some words about the trauma. We guess it’s no joke but is hardly very serious. Otherwise, the Canadian won’t participate at the event. Milos definitely suffers from a leg injury throughout the entire season (it was obtained in Australia). But it doesn’t largely influence his play, especially on fast surfaces where he can play with his serve only.
Monfils leads the H2H series 3-2, but Raonic has won two of their three encounters this year. But the loss to Gastao Elias in Stockholm isn’t what he was expected. But the fact that the Frenchmale hasn’t showed up in Paris is more alarming. But we are sure he’ll be alright. As for the upcoming match, the outcome will depend on the first serve percentage of the both players.
Betting pick: We would play on the negative handicap market on Milos Raonic. He has more experience and playing practice.
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Probably. But Johnson's service is good, so Roger will rarely make more than one break in a set.