Saturday's Davis Cup Final Betting Analysis & Free Tennis Picks

João Mourato

Friday, November 27, 2015 6:51 PM GMT

Join us while we analyze this Saturday's Davis Cup doubles match. We'll take a closer look on each team and provide the best betting advices for this contest.

Doubles Match - Belgium vs Great Britain
As we predicted, each team achieved one victory this Friday. This Saturday the doubles match will take place with both teams seeking for a precious lead.

After being crucial on the two previous ties, against France and Australia, the Murray brothers - Andy and Jamie - are the team selected by Leon Smith for this decisive match. Besides knowing each other very well, the Murray brothers combine well two very different game styles. Jamie is the doubles world no.7, has a great serve and outstanding skills around the net, while Andy is a tremendous returner and also a remarkable defender.

Kimmer Coppejans and Steve Darcis are the scheduled team for Belgium this Saturday; however, it seems very possible that Ruben Bemelmans replaces Coppejans. Bemelmans and Darcis played together in the previous tie against Argentina and Ruben was the only one to play all doubles matches this year. Both are skilled competitors with good serve, groundstrokes and volley, but their game style suits better faster surfaces.

The tennis odds available for Jamie & Andy to win the doubles match is at -526 on Pinnacle, but that price is for them to face Darcis & Coppejans. Like we said, is very possible that they face other team so any tennis pick made on this market should be voided.

The British team should win this rubber but the price is quite low and shouldn’t change much if they face other team. Our suggestion for this final is to wait for an in-play betting opportunity. If they play a tie break might be good to bet on Murray brothers to win that set, because they are much more experienced and should raise their level under pressure.