Tennis Betting: 2021 Open 13 Provence Mar. 9 Games

Posted by Derrick Harper on March 9, 2021 in

Mybookie brings you picks and top odds for Tuesday’s ATP Open 13 Provence fixtures, featuring some of the best tennis players in the world vying for the title and the largest slice of the €334,240 prize pool. Here are our best bets for Yoshihito Nishioka vs. Emil Ruusuvuori, Dennis Novak vs. Hugo Gaston, and Gregoire Barrere vs. Jannik Sinner. Let’s get right to it so you can wager against their Tennis odds.

ATP Open 13 Provence Betting Picks March 9 Matches

Yoshihito Nishioka vs. Emil Ruusuvuori – Tuesday, March 9 – 16:00 CET

Emil Ruusuvuori has been a joy to watch of late, and he is definitely a player to keep an eye on in 2021 as one of the most talented youngsters on the scene. The 21-year-old Finnish player enters this fixture ranked 87th in the world, and although he has lost three out of his last five games, we can’t look past Ruusuvuori’s victories against Viktor Troicki (2-0) and the no. 12 in the world Gael Monfils (3-2) at the Australian Open.

The Japanese Yoshihito Nishioka is a player you just have to respect for his consistency; however, he has not been showing a great form of late. He is 2-1 across the last couple of weeks, but his only two wins came against Michael Mmoh (2-1) and Maxime Cressy (2-0), which is hardly worth celebrating.

We expect a close affair, but ultimately, we have to side with the Finnish youngster. Expect a 2-1 victory for Ruusuvuori.

Prediction: Emil Ruusuvuori to win 2-1 (correct score)

Dennis Novak vs. Hugo Gaston – Tuesday, March 9 – 17:30 CET

Dennis Novak has proven he has the potential to achieve great things and is slowly but surely proving that on the tennis courts. The 27-year-old Austrian has recently cracked the top 100 and enters this match ranked 98th in the world.

Despite his rise through the ranks, Novak is still a bit inconsistent, which is something his next opponent, Hugo Gaston, will look to take advantage of. Gaston is ranked 166th in the world and enters this match of two 1-2 losses against Lukas Rosol and Lorenzo Sonego; however, he has previously beaten Julian Lenz (2-1), Peter Gojowczyk (2-1), and Lukas Klein (2-0) at the Cherbourg before losing the semi-finals bout with Rosol.

Even though there won’t be any crowd to cheer on Gaston, we have to note that players usually perform better in their home country. What’s more, Gaston seems to do better on the hard courts, which should give him an additional advantage as he looks to cause an upset.

Prediction: Hugo Gaston to win

Gregoire Barrere vs. Jannik Sinner – Tuesday, March 9 – 19:00 CET

Jannik Sinner has made a mixed start of the 2021 campaign, winning his fourth ATP Tour title in the Great Ocean Road Open, yet failed to fin a single match in the remaining three tournaments that he entered since. Regardless of his iffy showings of late, this is still an improvement to Sinner’s start of the 2020 season, when he lost six out of his opening ten matches.

It’s fair to say Sinner has yet to reach his full potential, but that doesn’t take away from the fact that he is one of the most talented young tennis players in the world and should prove to be too much to handle for the no.115 in the world Gregoire Barrere.

The 27-year-old French player enters this match off a 0-2 loss against Roberto Bautista-Agut in the ATP Montpellier 1/8 finals, where he has managed only three sets (0-6, 3-6). Even though Barrere should theoretically perform better in his home country, this should be nothing more than a warm-up match for the fifth seed from Italy.

Prediction: Jannik Sinner to win 2-0