Cid Subervi vs Adrian Andreev Free Tennis Tips

Cid Subervi vs Adrian Andreev Free Tennis Tips

Cid Subervi vs Adrian Andreev Free Tennis Tips

Tennis ATP – 24.04.2020 – consisting of the match between Roberto Cid Subervi vs. Adrian Andreev from “International Tennis Series” (USA, hard outdoor).

Roberto Cid Subervi (# 219 ATP) – twenty-six-year-old right-hander, born in Santo Domingo, graduated from the University of South Florida and settled in Tampa, Florida! He measures around 1.93m and so far has won only seven ITF Futures singles tournaments, respectively two doubles, the slag being his favorite surface. The constant and modest presence of the Davis Cup team of the Dominican Republic, where it gathered four victories and eleven defeats! He made his debut in the “International Tennis Series” two days ago against opponents such as Nikola Samardzic (4-0 4-2), the Italian Paolo Lorenzi (2-4 2-4), and the American Evan King (4-1 4). -1).

Adrian Andreev (# 685 ATP) – just eighteen years old right-handed, born and settled in Sofia, measuring around 1.80m and who achieved some impressive performances during his junior year: double champion @ US Open (2018 with by the British Anton Matusevich), semifinalist in singles and finalist in doubles @ Summer Youth Olympics (2018), bronze medal at the end of that season after ITF Junior Masters! Seen as a great talent of specialists and to some extent the successor of his compatriot Grigor Dimitrov in “white sport”, he has already made his debut in the Davis Cup team of Bulgaria. He is the only one who managed to defeat the Italian Paolo Lorenzi in the current tournament (2-4 4-3 4-2) and lost at the limit the next match directly after two tie-breaks (4-2 3- 4 3-4).

“International Tennis Series” @ United States (Florida) is played after the system “two out of three” sets, with the mention that the format will be taken from “ATP Next Gen Finals”, as follows: the first to reach four games in the set, he won that set, the tie-break being played at the score of “3-3” in that set and not at “6-6” according to the traditional format. Depending on how both players agree, the decisive set can be played in the form of a “super tie-break” up to 10!

Betting Tips: victory Adrian Andreev
Odds: 2.65


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