7 Comments on Auckland and Sydney draws and predictions

  1. Auckland-
    Round 1:
    Vesely over Zeballos
    Mmoh over Brown
    Mannarino over Baghdatis
    Haase over Tearney
    Klein over Bagnis
    Ramos-Vinolas over Sousa
    Lopez over Venus
    Chardy over Sitak
    Harrison over Garcia-Lopez
    Johnson over Robert
    Khachanov over Lu
    Jaziri over Schwartzman
    Round 2:
    Vesely over Bautista Agut
    Mannarino over Mmoh
    Ferrer over Haase
    Ramos-Vinolas over Klein
    Lopez over Chardy
    Sock over Harrison
    Khachanov over Johnson
    Isner over Jaziri
    QF:
    Mannarino over Vesely
    Ferrer over Ramos-Vinolas
    Sock over Lopez
    Isner over Khachanov
    SF:
    Ferrer over Mannarino
    Isner over Sock
    Final:
    Isner over Ferrer

  2. Sydney-
    Round 1:
    Elias over O’Connell
    Evans over Monteiro
    Verdasco over Granollers
    Zverev over Almagro
    Paire over De Minaur
    Kuznetsov over Klizan
    Fognini over Kohlschreiber
    Kokkinakis over Thompson
    Lorenzi over Mayer
    Muller over Dolgopolov
    Edmund over Barton
    Mahut over Bellucci
    Round 2:
    Thiem over Elias
    Verdasco over Evans
    Zverev over Carreno Busta
    Paire over Kuznetsov
    Kokkinakis over Fognini
    Troicki over Lorenzi
    Muller over Edmund
    Mahut over Cuevas
    QF:
    Thiem over Verdasco
    Zverev over Paire
    Troicki over Kokkinakis
    Muller over Mahut
    SF:
    Thiem over Zverev
    Muller over Troicki
    Final:
    Thiem over Muller

  3. Hi Tommy, thanks for the tip :). Auckland bracket is still open!

    Ferrer is also my sentimental winner pick but I don’t know. I had Jeremy Chardy winning the first time through.

  4. I looked at 20 games this morning and have no clue who will be motivated and because of that i have no clue who will win … should be some entertaining tennis … i don’t think after his loss to Jordan Thompson I am going to be believing in Ferrer anymore … to me that loss indicates he can be outworked which is a bad sign in a slightly revamped pro tour where the guys from 30-70 are actually threats

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