Tennis Tips – French Open Day 8 Tips

Looking to bounce back after the retirement of our best bet on Saturday and there looks to be plenty of value in the totals.

Best Bet

Martina Trevisan
Head to Head - Martina Trevisan vs Aliaksandra Sasnovich

Trevisan is extremely difficult to hit past on the clay and Sasnovich should discover that the hard way tonight. The excellent movement and consistency of the Italian should prove to be Sasnovich’s most challenging assignment yet and I’ll be surprised if that doesn’t show on the scoreboard.

Next Best

Over 21.0 Games
Total Games - Leylah Fernandez vs Amanda Anisimova

The big-hitting of Anisimova and counter-punching of Fernandez should make for great viewing on Sunday night and while the Canadian looks over the odds, the over looks the play for mine in what should be match with plenty of momentum swings.

Over 29.5 Games
Total Games - Novak Djokovic vs Diego Schwartzman

Schwartzman is a great clay-court player and while Djokovic holds a 6-0 record against the Argentinian, their matches on the surface have been closer than the total suggests. A tight-three setter is all we’ll need to cash this ticket.

Over 31.5 Games
Total Games - Karen Khachanov vs Carlos Alcaraz

Alcaraz did well to bounce back strongly in round three after needing five to get past Ramos-Vinolas. Meanwhile, Khachanov knocked off an in-form Norrie in impressive fashion to set up this contest. The Russian should make a match of this.

Value Bet

Elise Mertens
Head to Head - Elise Mertens vs Cori Gauff

Price is wrong here for mine. Mertens served and returned brilliantly in round three to advance and she has the tools to attack the Gauff forehand when needed. The American is deserving of favouritism but not to this extent. Consider the +3.5 handicap for Mertens too.

Daily H2H Multi

Trevisan / Djokovic / Zverev = $2.16

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