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January 15, 2019
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I think Delbonis takes this. Delbonis is definitely the player in the better form, and he’s coming into this match with a 6-2 record so far this season, whereas Jaziri is 2-5 so far this season. Delbonis has also reached a couple of semi-finals so far this year, and so his confidence will help him here. Delbonis to win.
Spaniard Roberto Carballes Baena is in better form than Jarry, and I see him winning this one. Nicolas Jarry has won only one match all season, and he’s coming here on a four-match losing streak. Baena, on the other hand, reached a quarter-final last time out, and so he’s in decent form right now. Roberto Carballes Baena to win.
Fabio Fognini is struggling for form right now, but I think he picks up a big win here. Felix is an up-and-coming star and he’s definitely going to cause the Italian problems in this match, but I think Fognini will have that little bit extra in the end. It will be tough, but I see Fognini winning.
This should be a great match, and I think the home favourite comes through it. Thiago has proven at junior level that he’s got the potential to go on and have an extremely successful career, and I think he picks up a massive win against Daniel here. The crowd will be on Thiago’s side, and I think that helps him get over the line.
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