ATP Masters 1000 Paris Final Best Play - Isner vs. Murray

Joao Mourato

Saturday, November 5, 2016 7:34 PM UTC

Saturday, Nov. 5, 2016 7:34 PM UTC

Join us and find out our top betting selection for the BNP Paribas Masters Final. We'll provide a detailed analysis, explaining why you should grab this valuable tennis pick.

John Isner vs. Andy Murray (2)

As it usually happens, it’s never easy to maintain the focus after a huge accomplishment. Marin Cilic experienced that this Saturday with the Croat unable to perform at his best after an historical win over Novak Djokovic in the quarter-finals. On the other hand, John Isner continues his successful journey in Paris. The American was close to perfection throughout the entire match against Cilic with 18 aces, 36 winners / 21 unforced errors and losing only 17.39% of the points played on his serve.

Regardless of Sunday’s result, Andy Murray knows that he’ll become the new world no.1 on the next ATP World Tour ranking update next Monday. Even though securing that spot with a walkover is far from the ideal scenario, it’s well-deserved after an outstanding campaign in 2016. With a phenomenal 88.89% winning record this year, Andy is very close from claiming his 8th trophy this season.

This will be the 9th career meeting between these two players with Murray leading on the h2h by 8 – 0. Looking now to their previous encounters, Andy crushed Isner just one week ago in Vienna’s quarterfinals by 6 – 1 6 – 3.

Despite Murray’s overwhelming victory last week, Isner couldn’t perform at his best due to a nasty blister on his right hand. Adding to this, the court conditions in Paris are much better for John’s powerful serve than the ones in Vienna. With this in mind, our suggestion is for you to take advantage of Isner’s betting odds by adding his spread to your betting picks as the highest value play for this final.

Free Tennis Pick: John Isner +4.0 (-112)Best Line Offered: at Pinnacle 

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