Pablo Cuevas has a great start to the current season. The Uruguayan tennis player reached the third round of the Great Ocean Road Open tournament.
Then there were the semifinals in Geneva and the victory at the Challenger in Lyon, where he beat Elias Ymer in two sets in the final (6-2, 6-2). This was Cuevas’ first title since 2019. In the second part of the season, Pablo does not really shine with results. Only in the recent Challenger in Puerto Vallarta did he manage to reach the quarterfinals. Find out more tennis predictions for today as we always choose the most exciting matches for your attention. Alberto Olivieri played exclusively on futures in the first half of the season. In Tulsa, the young Argentinean even managed to reach the final, in which he lost to Nicolas Kicker (4-6, 0-6).
In the second half of the season, Alberto began to participate more in challengers, and so far, it is difficult for him to fight at such a level of championships. In the last ten games, Olivieri managed to win only three wins – just recently interrupting a streak of five defeats in a row.
Cuevas last week could not finish the quarterfinal match in Puerto Vallarta against Watanuki, so there are questions about the physical condition of the Uruguayan tennis player. Of course, Olivieri does not have much experience playing against serious opponents, but, as we think, he may well impose a fight on 35-year-old Cuevas.
Our prediction is that Olivieri will win with a handicap (+4) of the game for a coefficient of 1.76. Cuevas in the second half of the season does not really shine with results. Obviously, the Uruguayan veteran is in a certain gaming crisis. One can definitely play with such a Cuevas, and Olivieri may well offer worthy resistance to a 35-year-old opponent. The second forecast – total over 21 games for the odds of 1.73. To win more with huge bonuses, higher odds, and without risks – visit our betting sites rankings page. A fresh review of the most reliable offers for Indian bettors will be helpful for you.