The Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters quarter-finals takes place this Friday after a surprising day with several upsets. Bookmakers Review breaks down the fixture below and lists the best available odds from green listed bookmaker.
Cuevas vs. Pouille
Despite his undeniable quality, Stan Wawrinka couldn’t find the answer to Pablo Cuevas’ solid baseline game in the ATP Monte Carlo 3rd round. Besides ending the match with an outstanding 1.33 winners / unforced errors ratio, Cuevas won 83.33% of the points played on his own serve. After losing in BNP Paribas Open quarter-finals last month, Pablo is looking for an unprecedented appearance in the semi-finals of an ATP Masters 1000 event.
Lucas Pouille couldn’t ask for a better way to start the clay court season. After helping his country securing a place in the Davis Cup semi-finals, Pouille reaches the Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters quarter-finals for the first time ever. Looking now at Lucas’ numbers on this event, the highlight clearly goes to his serve with Pouille winning 90.00% of his service games throughout the tournament.
Regardless of this Friday’s result, one thing is certain, we’ll have a new Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters semi-finalist. Despite Pablo’s terrific performance against Wawrinka, it’s never easy for a player to maintain a high level after a huge upset. Therefore, the value is definitely on Pouille’s side with the French available at 32/25 with Pinnacle while Ladbrokes offers 73/100 for Cuevas’ victory.