Hostilities are already underway at the Geneva Open in Switzerland, the Lyon Open and the Internationaux De Strasbourg all in France.
Whilst following all the interesting actions, do well to make good money off it. Here are our top three betting tips from across the tournaments.
Fabio Fognini to beat Noah Rubin at at 1.30 on Nairabet, ATP Geneva Open, R2.
Fognini, who’s seeded second in Geneva, is on the back of a run to the quarterfinals at the Italian Open. The Italian showed good form before well, understandably, falling to Rafael Nadal in the quarters. He even took a set from the King of Clay. And that’s an exceptional thing to do when playing against Nadal these days.
Rubin, meanwhile has had quite a year playing in the Challenger Series, but he lacks experience on ATP Tour. Fognini, on the hand other hand, judging from his performance at the Foro Italico is enjoying a good spell of form. He’s brought that into Geneva and it should be enough to see him through. Back Fognini to come away with the win at 1.30 on Nairabet.
John Isner to beat Radu Albot at 1.30 on Nairabet, ATP Lyon Open, R2.
Isner has found it hard to replicate his Miami Open success. The American made the quarterfinals in Houston and Madrid but fell out early in Rome. He’s in Lyon now, and up against Radu Albot, who hasn’t got past the first round in 13 of the 17 tournaments he’s played in this year. It shouldn’t be a difficult one for Isner. Isner defeated the Moldovan in their most recent meeting at Delray Beach and I’m backing him to do the same here in Lyon. 1.30 for the win is good!
Ashleigh Barty vs Pauline Parmentier (Over 20.5 games at 1.85 on Nairabet), WTA Internationaux De Strasbourg R2.
Ashleigh Barty is the top seed in Strasbourg and she’s coming off a first round match against Luksika Kumkhum that took 20 games to decide. She’s now up against Parmentier, who is currently playing the best tennis she has played in a long time. The Frenchwoman has racked up 6 straight wins, and won her first title in almost a decade in Istanbul in April.
Barty, on the other hand, has shown decent form over the last few weeks, but has struggled to find wins amidst some tough draws in Madrid and Rome. I fancy this to be closely fought for, with both players putting on a good show. This should take over 20.5 games to be decided. Back that up at 1.85 on Nairabet.