Albert Ramos-Vinolas (@1.22) vs Thomaz Bellucci (@3.75)

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Albert Ramos-Vinolas will win
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Albert Ramos-Vinolas – Thomaz Bellucci Match Prediction | 12-09-2019 09:00

66 as a result. 119 in the world at the time of his victory in Switzerland, Bellucci jumped 53 spots in the ATP World Tour rankings to No. 4 Nicolas Kiefer, two-time Swiss Open runner-up Igor Andreev, and first-time finalist Andreas Beck in straight sets.[5] Ranked No. 9 Stanislas Wawrinka, former world No. In August, he would win his first title at the Swiss Open in Gstaad after reaching the main draw through qualification and going on to beat local hope and former world No.

Nishikori has suffered three losses this season compared to nine wins, but it still seems like hes underperforming his ranking. Even coming off a run to the final in Buenos Aires, its expected Kei will be able to defeat the big hitting home hero Bellucci, but the h2h is 1-1, Bellucci isnt bad on clay, and he should be fresher. Ill go with Nishikori to win, but I have Bellucci taking a set.

I have Ferrer getting revenge over Berlocq in round 2. PCB opens with Joao Souza and after semifinals in BA, he should reach at least the quarterfinals in Rio with a win over either Gerald Melzer or defending Rio finalist Guido Pella, who is struggling. Berlocq stunned Ferrer at home in BA, but the fan-favorite journeyman is 34, and after reaching the BA semifinals he should be fatigued. I have an all-Spanish quarterfinal in the second part of the draw, Former Rio championFerrer will face either Carlos Berlocq or Horacio Zeballos in round 2 after battling Dolgo. Spains Pablo Carreno Busta should have another good week. Now a solid part of the ATPs top 30, Carreno Busta should reach consecutive semifinals with a win over Ferrer.

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He rolled over Javier Marti and Marsel Ilhan, as neither were a challenge compared to Roger Federer, who he took a set against in Istanbul. Daniel Gimeno-Traver continued his tremendous run of form over the past few weeks on clay, the 29 year old Spanish grinder, who reached the final in Casablanca, the semis in Bucharest, and the quarters in Istanbul, will now have a chance to improve his results at the Masters level.

In February, Bellucci began the year with a runner up at Ecuador Open, defeated by Dominican Vctor Estrella Burgos 64, 67, 26. In May, in Internazionali BNL d'Italia after beating Gal Monfils (63, 76) and Nicolas Mahut (64, 63), Bellucci won a historic first set against #1 Novak Djokovic with a 60 in 24 minutes. Djokovic won the game with a good return at second and third sets (60, 36, 26). In July, won his ninth Challenger title at Sparkassen Open defeating igo Cervantes 61, 16, 63.

In the Brasil Open, he reached the semifinals losing to Filippo Volandri. He then went to Indian Wells, where he managed to beat seed 20 Jrgen Melzer and walked over Russian Nikolay Davydenko to equalize his second best ever Masters 1000 campaign, reaching the fourth and losing to Roger Federer in three sets. At the Monte-Carlo Masters he defeated fifth seeded player David Ferrer to reach third round, where he lost to Robin Haase.

Ferrer has been in terrible form this season, posting just three wins, compared to three losses. The aging Ferrer leads the h2h 8-3, but Dolgopolov comes off the title in Buenos Aires and has won two of their last three meetings. Dolgo tends to struggle off of long, tiring weeks of tennis though, giving Ferrer an opportunity to kickstart his 2017 with a quality win. The shotmaker Dolgopolov is erratic in his own way, having struggled for months before winning in Buenos Aires.

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The Bosnian edged Copil 7-6 6-7 6-4 in the final, after upsetting both Philipp Kohlschreiber and Stan Wawrinka to reach the final. Basic was on the ropes in his opening round qualifying match against local player Alexander Lazov, and dropped a set against Marterer as well, but improved throughout the entirety of the week. Basic, a qualifier, also defeated Florian Mayer and Max Marterer in the main draw. He was rock solid on serve against Wawrinka and finally got the upper hand. Both Mirza Basic and Marius Copil had a shot at their maiden ATP title, and Basic came out ahead.

I have the unseeded Almagro taking the title this week, thus hes the obvious dark horse pick, he has a h2h edge in most of his possible matchups, and this draw isnt that imposing. He has 12 previous ATP titles, and has reached 9 additional ATP finals, all of those have come on clay. Almagro has been a top player before, and the 29 year old has the ability to impose himself on this field if he plays well.