This week’s ATP 500 event in Dubai welcomes eight of the world’s top 15 men’s tennis players, including three of the top 10. The Dubai Open is headlined by the world’s sixth and seventh top rated players at Kei Nishikori and Roger Federer.Top seed Nishikori starts the tournament with a game against 58th ranked Benoit Paire. Nishikori has won 5/7 matches with the Frenchman including each of the three.
Nishikori are the fresher of the two having last played in a semi-finals conquer February 16th in Rotterdam. He’s 1-0 against the Greek kid.
Exterior of a Round of 32 exit in Rotterdam, Tsitsipas has run deeply into each tournament this year having attained at least the quarter-finals four occasions in 2019. Earlier today he conquered Mikhail Kukushkin to claim the Open 13 name in Marseille, meaning I am unsure just how much either player will have left in the tank this past week. Though at +8000 any sort of conduct by the Kazakhstani might resemble a fantastic bet a couple of days from now.Should seedings hold true to form, a matchup with 12th rated Stefanos Tsitsipas could be in the cards for the quarter-finals. Marin ??ili?? Top Seed in Second Quarter
He may be the championship’s third overall seed, but Marin ??ili?? has just four competitive matches for his title in 2019. He reached the Round of 16 in Australia, but withdrew from Rotterdam due to a knee injury.
He’ll face Gael Monfils in the first round, who recently won a title in Rotterdam past Sunday.The Frenchman has been dealing with an accident of his own having pulled from Marseille this past week with a wrist injury.
Too many questions here for me between these two, significance looking to world number 15 Daniil Medvedev may be worth a wager. The Russian has played with a strong 2019 and has been resting this past week after dropping to Monfils in the semis of Rotterdam.
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