Bookmakers Review breaks down the fixture below and lists the best available odds from green listed bookmakers.
As we predicted in our Miami Open Day 6 analysis, David Ferrer couldn't find the answer to Alexander Zverev's powerful style of play. The 20-year-old recovered from a set down to reach the last 16 at the Miami Open for the second year in a row. Despite his victory, Zverev was far from impressive with 23 winners and 33 unforced errors. Adding to this, the world No.5 dropped his serve four times with Ferrer winning 58.33% of the points played on Alexander's second serve.
Nick Kyrgios continues his quest for a first ever ATP World Tour Masters 1000 title. Playing in Miami brings the best out of Kyrgios with the Australian winning 83.33% of the matches played throughout his career on this event. Adding to this, Kyrgios never lost a match in Key Biscayne when priced as favourite. Looking now at Nick's campaign on this event, the 22-year-old reaches this stage of the competition after a 6 - 3 6 - 3 win over Fabio Fognini.
This will be the 7th official meeting between these two players with Kyrgios leading on the h2h by 4 - 2.
As the h2h suggests, Nick is far from an easy match-up for the German. Despite Zverev's undeniable quality, it won't be easy for the No.4 seed to find the answer to the Australian's powerful serve. Adding to this, Kyrgios didn't face a single break point on his previous two matches on this event. With this in mind, our suggestion is for you to add Kyrgios to your betting picks at 31/50 at William Hill as the best betting approach for this contest.
Best Play: Nick Kyrgios ML at 31/50 at William Hill