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Today’s Picks: Wednesday’s top betting tips

Lucas Pouille to beat Pierre-Hugues Herbert (1.45 on NairaBet)
Lucas Pouille and Pierre-Hugues Herbert meet for the third time at tour-level on Wednesday as they battle for a quarter final spot in Lille. The two Frenchmen have split their two previous encounters, both of which went to three sets. Wednesday’s match could be another close one, but Pouille is the man in better form, having won the Montpellier title a couple of weeks ago, and should take this one.

Caroline Garcia to beat Ekaterina Makarova (1.50 on NairaBet)
Garcia scored a really good win over Lucie Safarova on Tuesday, and she takes on another left-hander, Makarova in Wednesday’s second round action in Dubai. Makarova leads the head-to-head 2-1, but her last victory over the Frenchwoman was in 2014. A lot has changed since then, with Garcia moving into the world’s top 10, and winning their most recent reunion in Wuhan last season. Back the Frenchwoman to even the head-to-head, and move into the Dubai quarter finals on Wednesday.

Jack Sock to beat Reilly Opelka, ATP Delray Beach (1.35 on NairaBet)
Jack Sock has not been in the best of forms this year, but at 1.35 to beat Reilly Opelka on NairaBet, the Delray Beach top seed is a very good pick!

Garbine Muguruza to beat CiCi Bellis, WTA Dubai (1.55 on NairaBet)
Muguruza made a slow start to the year, but she looked back to her best in Doha last week, where she reached the semi-finals. She has got a tough one against American youngster, CiCi Bellis in Dubai on Wednesday, but the reigning Wimbledon champion should have just enough to emerge with the win in the first ever meeting between the pair.

Marin Cilic to beat Gael Monfils, ATP Rio (1.45 on NairaBet)
The flambouyant Gael Monfils, who boasts a 2-0 record over Marin Cilic, can take down almost anyone on his day, but his days have been few and far between over the last year. Hence, we are going for the more consistent world number three, Cilic to score his first ever victory over the Frenchman, and come through this blockbuster tie in Rio.

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