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Jurgen Melzer to beat Sergio Gutierrez-Ferrol at 2.25 with Unibet  

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27/03/2019 12:13 pm  

Hello @CzechPunter didn't Jurgen resign in Vienna last season? Wasn't that expected to be his last match in singles? He has effectively won an ATP pairs title this season and now he chooses to go for singles coordinates once more. Very interesting and I'm prepared to back him anyday of the week when a person like SG-F is at the opposite side of the net. SG-F is a player who more often than not don't do anything unique with the ball. Jurgen ought to have the capacity to misuse this adversaries shortcomings. We as a whole perceived how he destroyed Milos Raonic in Vienna last season and effectively won in straight sets so the high limit of Jurgen is as yet sticking around. He hasn't played singles since Vienna however he is very used to playing great without matchpractice. Can even now recollect how he disassembled Jerzy Janowicz in a challenger competition in Poland two years back. Brought the shaft down in two in second round and went on to effortlessly win the gap competition without dropping a set. Be that as it may, before that week in Wroclaw he had a great deal of matchpractice as he had quite recently won Budapest challenger. In any case, despite the fact that he doesn't have any matchpractice now he is equipped for winning this match

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