ATP Open Sud de France and ATP Sofia

91-44-6 on tennis in 2018 up 42.63 units

19-16 on tennis in 2019 up 3.77 units

Was down a lot, but got it all back and more on the Australian Open. I have been watching both of these tournaments and feel strongly enough to make plays on them now. I know I know, all favorites doesn’t seem sharp, but I am not going to bet on an underdog I don’t like because I bet on 4 other favorites that day.

Marton Fucsovics at -278 for 3 units. Yannick Maden actually beat Fucsovics the last time they met, but that was on clay. Maden could win this match, but I think the odds should be closer to -400 for the Hungarian #1.

Daniil Medvedev at -429 for 3 units. Robin Haase won the last meeting, but that was on clay. Medvedev has the advantage on the hardcourt. The Russian #2 is in the best form of his career and I expect that to show here. Haase has lost to everyone he should have this season so far. I like predictable players. Don’t prove me wrong for the first time all season Robin!

Stefanos Tsitsipas at -257 for 3 units. Just betting on him because of his recent instagram post. Does Stefanos know there is more to life than being really really really ridiculously good looking?

Pierre-Hugues Herbert at -269 for 3 units. Ilya Ivashka doesn’t have the serve to overpower Herbert like Raonic and Berdych did in their matchups with the Frenchman. I’m taking the Northern Frenchman to win in Southern France today.

Denis Shapovalov at -316 for 3 units. Marcel Granollers-Pujol didn’t have a break point against Ivo Karlovic in the last round, but he still beat the 37-year-old. Shapovalov will make it even more difficult for Granollers to find a break point. The difference is, Shapovalov is a better returner than Karlovic at this point in their careers. The Canadian has won every match he should have this season and I expect more of the same here.

 

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