Free Tennis Pick: Top Plays For ATP French Open Day 4

Joao Mourato

Tuesday, May 30, 2017 6:55 PM UTC

Tuesday, May. 30, 2017 6:55 PM UTC

Join our expert tennis capper for his top betting selection for the ATP French Open Day 4. He'll provide a detailed analysis, explaining why you should grab this betting duo.

[/]{"component":"video", "type":"youtube", "url":"", "videoSize":"Large" }[/]Lucas Pouille (16) vs. Thomaz Bellucci

At the age of 23, Lucas Pouille is going through the best moment in his career. Besides winning his 2nd title in Budapest a few weeks ago, Pouille also secured his career-high ranking earlier this season as the world no.13. Taking a look now at Lucas’ campaign in Roland Garros, the 16th seed reaches this stage of the competition after a five-set battle against his fellow countryman – Julien Benneteau. Despite Julien’s outstanding performance, Pouille’s firepower proved too much for the 35-years-old with 17 aces and 61 winners.

Playing on clay brings the best out of Thomaz Bellucci with the Brazilian winning 65.78% of the matches on red dirt throughout his career while his overall record on other surfaces is only 45.53%. Despite his undeniable quality on this surface, Bellucci’s career record in Paris is far from impressive with 8 victories and the same amount of defeats. Thomaz is for the 5th time in the Roland Garros 2nd round after defeating Dusan Lajovic on his debut by 4 – 6 7 – 5 6 – 4 6 – 4.

As we mentioned in previous analysis, Roland Garros is the Grand Slam tournament where the support to the local players is more important. Adding to this, Pouille presents an impressive 83.33% winning record in his home country over the past 12 months. With this in mind, our suggestion is for you to take advantage of Lucas’ tennis betting odds by placing a bet on the French player to cover his spread on this contest.

Free Tennis Pick: Lucas Pouille -4.5 (-114)
Best Line Offered: at BetOnline



Borna Coric vs. Steve Johnson (25)

The past weeks haven’t been easy for Steve Johnson after the unfortunate news that his father passed away earlier this month. It’s good to see Johnson trying to compete but he’s not with the proper mindset at this point. Steve’s performance in the previous round is a perfect example of that with the American very close from losing the match against Yuichi Sugita after leading by two sets to love.

Even though Borna Coric considers Hard Court as his favorite surface, Roland Garros is without any doubt the Grand Slam tournament where he finds more success. With an impressive 5 – 2 career record on this event, Coric is looking for his third consecutive appearance in the 3rd round in Paris. Looking now at Borna’s campaign on this year’s edition, the former junior world no.1 reaches this stage of the competition after a straight sets victory over Mathias Bourgue. Besides not losing a single service game throughout the entire match, Coric won 37.36% of the points on Bourge’s serve.

Due to Steve’s personal problems and Coric’s outstanding record on this event, the value is definitely on the Borna’s side. Therefore, our advice is for you to add Coric to your betting picks as the best play for this match. For those who want to take a higher risk, Borna’s -3.5 spread is also an interesting approach at -108 at Pinnacle.

Free Tennis Pick: Borna Coric ML (-175)
Best Line Offered: at William Hill
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