Quarterfinals day at the Paris Masters in Paris today and we are expecting four very tight matches!
Here are the tips as usual:
Alexander Zverev vs Karen Khachanov (Over 23.5 games at 1.95 on Wakabet), ATP Paris Masters
Both players have been in fine form and have worked their way to the last eight with incredible aplomb. I expect this encounter to be decided in over 23.5 games as both players are big servers and are also, big hitters which means both men will do all they can to minimize errors. The better they try, the longer the match.
Also, their most recent meeting- at Roland Garros this year went five sets. This should go the distance, too. 1.95 for that is a great pick!
Jack Sock vs Dominic Thiem (Over 22.5 at 1.78 on Wakabet), ATP Paris Masters
Dominic Thiem will take on defending champion, Jack Sock for a place in the semifinals. Sock has played remarkably well so far and hasn’t dropped a set. Thiem, also has been in fine form, and did well to edge the dangerous Borna Coric in the Round of 16.
Quite difficult to call a winner in this one as both men are playing well. So, this should be a closely contested match. 1.78 for over 22.5 games is good!
Novak Djokovic vs Marin Cilic (Over 21.5 games at 1.84 on Wakabet), ATP Paris Masters
Blockbuster quarterfinal showdown here! Djokovic has been in blistering form since his resurgence started in June and is on a 20-match winning streak. The general consensus would be a win for Djokovic. While that could be it, it might turn out to be difficult for the Serb.
Cilic is playing really well at the moment and has the power to trouble Djokovic- his big serves being a weapon Djokovic should be wary of. The fifth seed moved past Philipp Kohlschreiber and Grigor Dimitrov without dropping a set and looks to be playing with a lot of confidence! Djokovic may win, but it should be tight!
Over 21.5 games at 1.84 is excellent!
Roger Federer vs Kei Nishikori (Over 22.5 games at 1.75 on Wakabet), ATP Paris Masters
This should be another very tight match. Kei Nishikori has been playing really well. The Japanese has made it to the final in two of his last four tournaments. Given his fine form, he should stretch, possibly, beat Federer. This has all the makings of a long, gruelling contest!
1.75 for over 22.5 games is a good pick!