Another good winning tip. The next one which our experts and analysts have chosen is coming again from ATP, Dubai, UAE. Filip Krajinovic faces off against Lucas Pouille. Both players are met two times so far in their careers.
Currently, Krajinovic will be growing up in the ATP World ranking, moreover, he is on the 34th position so far this season, while the French Ace - Lucas Pouille sits on the 15th position. We cannot say that the Serbian Ace is a clear outsider here because he has very good service and his baseline game is perfect but one is sure that Lucas will try not to lose this game with a difference. The game should be chased on + games handicap or over games. We prefer to play Over 22.5 games. Meanwhile, we expect to be witnesses on an exciting and spectacular game between them.
Karen Khachanov faces off against Denis Istomin. This event is going to be from ATP, Dubai, UAE, 1st Round, hard court. Karen Khachanov is in an very amazing shape after he won a big tournament at ATP Marseille last week. As he faced against Lucas Pouille in three long sets.
Against each other, both players met once in the second round of ATP Chengdu the previous season when the eventual Champion Denis Istomin scored an easy win against the defending Champion, Karen Khachanov. The Russian Ace will start as the favourite, but he must be cautious considering the previous week’s Champion’s will most often end up losing early in the following week.
We actually, do not know what to expect from this game, because the result is not going to be so clear. For us, the better result for this game will be Under 22.5 Games. The odds the market is pretty good, but for us, they are very risky. The better market here is to try and search in the first set, Under 9.5 games. It looks a very great pick for betting.
After a poor performance who showed Gilles Simon yesterday. Krajinovic beat him in straight sets, as they did 18 Games in the event and this fact made our pick wrong. This time we will bet the winner from yesterday's meeting. Filip Krajinovic faces off against Lucas Pouille in an epic clash tonight.
We don’t know why the bookmakers underestimate the fact that Filip Krajinovic in a good form and he will try not to lose a game. Lucas Pouille will play in front of a native audience, perhaps, this is the main reason to be a favourite in this game but we don’t think so. This is going to be their second head-to-head clash between them. They met once in the 1st round of Karshi challenger since 2013 when the Serbian prevailed in three sets. A fully motivated Pouille can be a dangerous opponent on any conditions to any opponent but anything less than a 100% effort from him, Krajinovic is more than capable of winning it.
Our recommendation here is Serbian Ace to win in three long sets. His quota looks very great for betting, that’s why we will take it.
The next competitive game which we really want to predict and make a preview is going to be from the ATP Vienna, Austria and this is going to be the final round of this amazing tournament between Jo-Wilfried Tsonga and Lucas Pouille. We do not have any hesitation about this bet. In a spite, Pouille is a great talent and showed progress this year we still think that the mental burden of facing Tsonga is too much to handle.
Pouille has a sharp game from the baseline and he likes to go for the winner in spite of the situation. He is also good on drop shots and volleys near the net. On the other hand, he experienced problems against Kyle Edmund yesterday and if the Briton was more concentrated he should have won. In the same time, Tsonga survived in three sets thriller against Dzumhur but that was because the Bosnian is very solid and not sharp as Pouille etc making less unforced errors. Yesterday Tsonga was flawless against Kohlschreiber and we think just as in the previous two matches Tsonga will take this one in straight sets. In our opinion is going to be an easy game for the French rocket.
Hello again Dear fans , we are ready for new profit with ours lovely Andy Murray. Semifinals of tournament in United Arab Emirates in Dubai on hard surface between Andy Murray from Great Britain and Lucas Pouille from France.
Andy is world's number one and he will keep this up for a solid amount of time surely, considering that Novak disappointed in Acapulco again. Andy was on the edge yesterday to disappoint as well against Philipp Kohlschreiber, he saved like 9 or more match points if I recall right. On the other side we have Pouille who's 15. at the moment on ATP list with solid results.
At first we was in dilemma if to bet on under here or not considering that Murray had that exhausting one (7-6 - 20-8 in it), but also Pouille played in 3 sets against Donskoy, was also a long and exhausting one so they are equal in terms of that. Murray leads against Pouille 3-0 and all of those matches were played previous year, without dropping a single set. This should be another 6-4 6-4 for Murray.