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“Monaco has had a rough time with injuries lately and he hasn’t had a consistent spell of matches, but he should be motivated here and his draw looks very good indeed in the weaker bottom half.”
Back to lay Monaco in Buenos Aires at 34.033/1
After picking out a profitable back-to-lay choice last week in Marseille, tennis expert Sean Calvert returns to analyse the draws in Dubai, Acapulco and Buenos Aires and he has another lively outsider to consider in week eight…
“While in Indian Wells the balls fly in the thin desert air, here in Key Biscayne it’s much more humid and the bounce is considerably lower and it’s tough to hit winners in these conditions.”
In the second part of tennis expert Sean Calvert’s look ahead to the big March tournaments, he picks out the players to watch at the 2015 Miami Open…
The Indian Wells/Miami double used to be a tough achievement in men’s tennis, but Novak Djokovic has made it look rather easier in recent years by doing it in 2011 and 2014.
Prior to that, it hadn’t been done since 2006 and that’s largely due to the conditions being quite different from one to the other and of course that they’re played back-to-back, so fatigue is an issue on what are slow and hard courts.