Daily picks

Tuesday:

Rio de Janeiro
Monteiro over Elias in 2
Bellucci over Nishikori in 3
Thiem over Tipsarevic in 2
Fognini over Robredo in 3
Carreno Busta over Souza in 2
Ferrer over Dolgopolov in 3
Ramos-Vinolas over Robert in 2
Berlocq over Zeballos in 3
Delbonis over Lorenzi in 3
Pella over Melzer in 3

Delray Beach
Sock over Albot in 2
Raonic over Smyczek in 2
Young over Karlovic in 3
Basilashvili over Haas in 2
Del Potro over Anderson in 2
Garcia-Lopez over Brown in 2
Tomic over Darcis in 3
Johnson over Kozlov in 2
Dzumhur over Kravchuk in 2
Coric over Giraldo in 2
Donaldson over Kukushkin in 2

Marseille
Chardy over Struff in 3
Bedene over Mathieu in 3
Benneteau over Shapovalov in 2
Gasquet over Haase in 2
Zverev over Mahut in 2
Marchenko over Rublev in 3
Donskoy over Gombos in 2
Vesely over Stakhovsky in 3






Rio de Janeiro record: 3-3

Delray Beach record: 4-0

Marseille record: 1-2

 

 

 

2017

Buenos Aires: 16-11

Rotterdam record: 18-13

Memphis record: 13-13

Quito record: 13-3

Sofia record: 14-6

Montpellier record: 10-9

Australian Open record: 97-30

Auckland record: 18-7

Sydney record: 16-9

Doha record: 22-8

Brisbane record: 17-9

Chennai record: 15-12


 

2016

London record: 11-4

Paris record: 37-9

Basel record: 21-9

Vienna record: 17-12

Stockholm record: 20-7

Antwerp record: 15-10

Moscow record: 12-12

Shanghai record: 34-20

Beijing record: 24-6

Tokyo record: 23-4

Shenzhen record: 17-9

Chengdu record: 13-14

St. Petersburg record: 19-8

Metz record: 17-9

U.S. Open record: 89-31

Winston-Salem record: 28-17

Cincinnati record: 29-20

Olympics record: 41-16

Los Cabos record: 17-9

Atlanta record: 15-11

Toronto record: 36-16

Washington record: 31-14

Gstaad record: 12-11

Kitzbuhel record: 12-15

Umag record: 17-10

Hamburg record: 19-12

Bastad record: 20-7

Newport record: 19-7

Wimbledon record: 98-27

Nottingham record: 35-14

Queen’s Club record: 19-11

Halle record: 21-8

Stuttgart record: 1710

‘s-Hertogenbosch record: 17-10

French Open record: 93-30

Geneva record: 20-7

Nice record: 19-8

Rome record 41-13

Madrid record: 44-11

Munich record: 19-7

Estoril record: 20-7

Istanbul: 18-9

Barcelona record: 36-10

Bucharest record: 20-7

Monte-Carlo record: 40-15

Houston record: 14-11

Marrakech record: 18-8

Miami record: 60-30

Indian Wells record: 63-29

Sao Paulo record: 18-9

Dubai record: 19-10

Acapulco record: 17-13

Marseille record: 22-5

Rio de Janeiro record: 20-8

Delray Beach record: 18-12

Rotterdam record: 17-14

Memphis record: 15-11

Buenos Aires record: 16-11

Montpellier record: 15-10

Sofia record: 16-6

Quito record: 18-6

Australian Open record: 97-27

Auckland record: 14-11

Sydney record: 17-7

Doha record: 26-5

Chennai record: 20-7

Brisbane record: 20-7

2015

World Tour Finals record: 11-4

Paris record: 28-18

Basel record: 24-6

Valencia record: 14-13

Vienna record: 21-9

Stockholm record: 21-5

Moscow record: 18-9

Shanghai record: 39-16

Beijing record: 22-9

Tokyo record: 16-14

Shenzhen record: 20-7

Kuala Lumpur record: 20-7

St. Petersburg record: 18-7

Metz record: 16-9

Winston-Salem record: 22-22

Cincinnati record: 36-18

Montreal record:

Washington, D.C. record:

Kitzbuhel record: 18-7

Gstaad record: 21-6

Atlanta record: 21-6

Hamburg record: 19-11

Umag record: 19-8

Bogota record: 15-12

Bastad record: 13-14

Newport record: 22-7

Wimbledon record: 95-31

Nottingham record: 29-13

Queen’s Club record: 23-7

Halle record: 19-12

‘s-Hertogenbosch record: 18-9

Stuttgart record: 15-12

French Open record: 92-32

Nice record: 20-6

Geneva record: 19-8

Rome record: 29-10

Madrid record: 37-18

Munich record: 14-7

Istanbul record:18-6

Estoril record: 13-10

Barcelona record: 30-16

Bucharest record: 17-10

Monte-Carlo record: 36-19

Houston record: 18-9

Casablanca record: 12-13

Miami record: 63-31

Davis Cup first round record: 11-5

Dubai record: 27-5

Acapulco record: 25-6

Buenos Aires record: 20-7

Marseille record: 19-8

Delray Beach record: 21-10

Rio de Janeiro record: 19-12

Rotterdam record: 21-10

Memphis record: 18-8

Sao Paulo record: 13-15

Montpellier record: 24-3

Zagreb record: 14-13

Quito record: 15-7

Australian Open record: 96-31

Doha record: 21-10

Brisbane record: 18-9

Chennai record: 17-9

Sydney record: 11-14

Auckland record: 10-11

OVERALL through Buenos Aires/Acapulco/Dubai: 420-193

26 Comments on Daily picks

  1. Rotterdam:
    Berdych over Gasquet in 3 (possible fatigue for gasquet and good surface for Berdych)
    Cilic over Coric in 2 (the all Croat match goes to the more XPed player)
    Goffin over Haase in 3 (home favorite may pull through cuz the crowd but not that likely)
    Dimitrov over Istomin in 2 (he’s on fire)
    Simon over Thiem in 3 (slight edge in form)
    Memphis:
    Johnson over Smyczek in 3 (smeech could win if johnson is off his game but the indoor surface should make Stevie’a serve superior in the long run)
    Basilashvili over Karlovic in 3 (Georgian playing arguably his best tennis yet and Ivo did just lose a really close one in Quito)
    Fritz over Ebden in 3 (THF gets through a tough one again)
    Kukushkin over King in 3 (king could back it up but I feel like he won’t and the steady Kukushkin will fight through)
    Buenos Aires:
    Dolgopolov over Cuevas in 3 (tricky one for PC)
    Melzer over Andreozzi in 2 (his first match gives me lots of confidence in this pick)
    Berlocq over Ferrer in 3 (home crowd and form from DC)
    Robredo over Monteiro in 2 (Robredo can still do some damage on the tour)

  2. I would love to see D. Goffin win the trophy at rotterdam, but i don’t think that would happen.
    Tsonga has been amazing at this tournament, he hasn’t dropped a set against good player’s that serve well like G. Muller, M. Cilic, & T. Berdych and i think he could win in straight sets.
    My heart wants D. Goffin to win but my head say’s Jo-Wilfried tsonga wins. If you twist my arm to pick a winner i would say DavidTsonga would win.

    On a serious note my pick is tsonga in 2 at 2.67 odd or the match ends in 3sets at 2.15 odd.
    D. Goffin does not have the balls to win in straight sets he could win in 3 but i don’t think that would happen.

    What’s your take on this?

  3. Arthur De Greef. I’d heard of him but never seen him play. He’s on the verge of beating poor old Pablo Cuevas – defending champ.

    Vamos Pablo!

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