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Stake: 7 units
Tournament: ATP Hertogenbosch
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Read below our full tennis tips for Mannarino vs Verdasco
Bettors beware – it is precisely in the tennis year, the best time to bet! Why? When changing from sand to grass, many players are struggling and suddenly, from morning to night, completely new qualities are needed. There are turf experts and athletes who do not like the fast green at all. Jan-Lennard Struff, who made it to the knockout round of the French Open in Paris, confirmed this in an interview with Sky. He arrived on Thursday at Stuttgart and graduated on Friday his first training, in which he said “hardly brought a ball in the field”. On Sunday he felt comfortable for the first time on the court at the Weissenhof and on Tuesday in the first round match against Denis Shapovalov he made an impressive appearance against the number 24 in the world. So he did it – the fast transition between the slowest and fastest underground. His playing style is also well suited for the grass pitch.
Mannarino vs Verdasco Tennis Betting Tips
Things get a lot more complicated for players who prefer to travel on the red ashes. A prime example is Fernando Verdasco, the 35-year-old Spaniard. The quarter-final in Rome was his best result of 2019 and now he is trying again on his unloved rubber, where he has a match record of 4:10 in the past three years. Somewhat surprisingly it is therefore already the fact that in the duel between Adrian Mannarino and Fernando Verdasco the odds for a tip on the Iberer is almost identical to the winning rate of his opponent. It is important to strike fast before the bookmakers react and the very lucrative odds is no longer on the market. In order to come to a final prediction, the match will be Adrian Mannarino. Fernando Verdasco has yet to undergo a thorough analysis. The match will take place on Thursday in Dutch Hertogenbosch. See our tennis betting tips explained.
Adrian Mannarino – Statistics & Current Form
Current ranking in the world rankings: 44.
Position in the seedling list: unset
Adrian Mannarino is ranked 44th in the world rankings and has thus lost some places in this season 2019 so far. It just does not run smoothly and the 30-year-old has not been able to win more than one match in any ATP tournament so far. The Frenchman wants to break this black series on Thursday. For him it is a pleasure to play on grass. For one, this cut is like a fresh start for him, on the other hand, he has very good memories of the fast green. In the preseason Mannarino celebrated there some great successes. First, he moved into the Queens Quarter Club in the quarterfinals, where he dropped out only against the number 1 in the world, Novak Djokovic. Then he even reached the endgame in Antalya, Turkey, defeating Damir Dzumhur. At the season highlight in Wimbledon Mannarino then successively defeat Christian Garin, Ryan Harrison and Daniil Medvedev and earn a knockout round match on Center Court against Roger Federer.
Although he had no chance against the maestro, his performance in the British capital was impressive overall. Equally meaningful is that he now has some points to defend in the coming weeks. He has already achieved the start in s’Hertogenbosch. In a duel with the Dutch local hero Thiemo de Bakker, the Frenchman had little trouble and won 6: 2 6: 1. Mannarino scored only nine points on his serve and did not miss a single break. With that, it became clear that he felt comfortable again on his favorite surface and was ready to finally enter a quarter-finals (or even more) at a tournament. Adrian Mannarino has a quota against Fernando Verdasco that matches the world ranking position of the two players, but not on the fast green. If the 30-year-old ties in with the performance from Round 1, he should have clear advantages and make it into the round of the last eight.
Last matches by Adrian Mannarino:
🎾 11.06.2019 – Mannarino Vs. De-Bakker 6-2, 6-1 (s’Hertogenbosch)
🎾 30.05.2019 – Monfils Vs. Mannarino 6-3, 6-4, 6-4 (French Open)
🎾 28.05.2019 – Mannarino Vs. Travaglia 6-7, 6-3, 3-6, 6-2, 6-2 (French Open)
🎾 21.05.2019 – Ramos-Vinolas vs. Mannarino 6-7, 6-3, 6-2 (Geneva)
🎾 15.05.2019 – Darcis Vs. Mannarino 5-7, 6-0, 6-1 (Lisbon Challenger)
Fernando Verdasco – Statistics & Current Form
Current ranking in the world rankings: 34.
Position in the seedling list: 4.
Fernando Verdasco performed really well in the early years of his career on turf, which surprised many. As a Spaniard, he grew up on the red ashes and also has a game adapted to the slow sand surface with lots of topspin and rather higher ground strokes. In recent years, the successes on grass have become less and less and as already mentioned, his record in the past three seasons at 4:10. In 2018 he celebrated only one victory in s’Hertogenbosch against Daniil Medvedev – four bankruptcies followed. The Wimbledon tournament ended in round 1 against Frances Tiafoe. This season, the 35-year-old veteran bribed with consistency and thus holds in the top 50 in the world rankings. The big highlights are missing so far.
In Paris, he recently failed somewhat surprisingly on the French Antoine Hoang already in the second round. Since then, he has not completed a match and is at least well rested in the opening game against Adrian Mannarino, in which Fernando Verdascos quota has risen in most bookmakers since its release. It is typical for the first games on turf that the bookmakers also need a little time to properly assess the players on the new surface. For some bookmakers, the Spaniard is now in the outsider role, which is also justified in this game. He needs a good day, one almost wants to say, as in the old days on turf, if he wants to celebrate a first victory in the Netherlands.
Last matches by Fernando Verdasco:
🎾 30.05.2019 – Hoang Vs. Verdasco 6-4, 3-6, 7-6, 7-5 (French Open)
🎾 28.05.2019 – Verdasco Vs. Evans 6-3, 6-7, 6-3, 6-2 (French Open)
🎾 17.05.2019 – Nadal Vs. Verdasco 6-4, 6-0 (Rome)
🎾 16.05.2019 – Verdasco Vs. Khachanov 7-5, 3-6, 6-3 (Roma)
🎾 16.05.2019 – Verdasco Vs. Thiem 4-6, 6-4, 7-5 (Roma)
Mannarino vs Verdasco – Head to Head Statistics
Three duels have come in their long career Adrian Mannarino and Fernando Verdasco already, which can be used for an analysis. Verdasco’s first two victories date back over a decade when the Frenchman was still a youngster. In addition, these matches took place on hard court in a best of five match during the Australian Open and US Open. That’s why the only really relevant game is the duel two years ago in Antalya. This took place on grass and Mannarino could assert itself in three passes. He is thus in the overall balance with 1: 2 behind, but could win the only match on the current surface.
Adrian Mannarino vs Fernando Verdasco Our Tennis Betting Tips Explained
We have mentioned it several times, so between Adrian Mannarino and Fernando Verdasco the tip on the odds for a victory of the French is so lucrative. Playful, judging by form and also after the world ranking position would be a slight favorite position of the Spaniard absolutely justified. But the underground in s’Hertogenbosch, that is the crucial and decisive point, speaks clearly for the “underdog” from France. Mannarino shone on grass last year and seamlessly followed up in his opening match on Tuesday. Verdasco, on the other hand, played no match on the fast green in 2019 and has always had a very weak record in recent years.
Key Facts – Adrian Mannarino vs Fernando Verdasco tips
🏸 Verdasco is playing his first match on Rasen 2019 – he does not feel comfortable there
🏸 Mannarino has already completed a convincing match in s’Hertogenbosch
🏸 The only duel to date won the French two years ago in Antalya
The sandpit expert from the Iberian Peninsula will struggle to find his rhythm in the duel of left-handers. The first game on a new underground is always difficult and just against the resurgent Mannarino will give the Spaniard no start-up time. A success of the world’s number 44 against the ten-position better placed Verdasco suggests itself and has a much higher probability than the implied probability of 50%. Between Adrian Mannarino and Fernando Verdasco this tip on a pure success of the French is the clear best recommendation. This bet can be played with a fairly high bet of seven units.