Hyeon Chung v John IsnerThey have met three times and on each occasion there has been very little between them. Isner won their first two encounters with Chung bouncing back earlier this year in Auckland in a thriller. The South Korean is yet to drop this week but is yet to face any of the big servers. The serve has been a real weapon this week with the courts playing extremely fast. The Wolf has been getting behind the big servers all week long and this one will be no exception. Cilic was unable to generate a single break point opportunity in his match against Isner which is a clear gauge on just how well the big American is serving. We could see multiple breakers which make Isner with the start the play.
Juan Martin Del Potro v Milos Raonic
Del Potro is playing at the level which made him a Grand Slam champion! Back to back titles in Acapulco and Indian Wells and a 14 match win streak to boot. Even more impressive is the list of names he has put away… Federer, Nishikori, Zverev, Thiem and Anderson to go with none other than today’s opponent – Raonic. He beat the Canadian 6-2 6-3 last week and broke his serve an astonishing 4 times! He won 47% of points on the Raonic serve which is unheard of and is a sign of just how well he is playing at the moment. Del Potro straight up is a 5 chipper but the value lies in taking him in the handicap market.
Best Bet: Del Potro -2.5 ($1.91)