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March 15, 2019
David Ferrer couldn’t have asked for a better draw this week, as he edges ever closer to retirement. I think the Spaniard eases to victory here, more because of his opponents’ form. Zverev has only won one single’s match since the Cincinnati Masters, and that was because his opponent had to retire with an injury with the score at 1-1. David Ferrer wins.
Guido Pella should be too good for Sousa here. The Argentine ace is the player to have won the most clay-court matches so far this season, which includes him winning the Sau Paulo Open. Pella is the better clay-court player, and he wins here.
I like Ramos-Vinolas to win. The Spanish ace is the better clay-court player, and he came out victorious in the only other previous meeting between these two, which was also on a clay-court. The Spaniard to edge a close three-set match.
Tsitsipas is the better player, and he wins. The Greek ace is one of the best players in the world these days, and his game should be too much for Fucsovics. The Greek ace also won the only other meeting between these two, on this surface, and he should win once again.
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