ATP Monte Carlo Rolex Masters 2017

Andy Murray lost a 2-6 6-2 7-5 defeat to Albert Ramos Vinolas after being only in the second month of recovery from his elbow injury.

He was in control at first, however Ramos-Vinolas finished off with a few victories to end the game in his favor. It is possibly evidence that his elbow hasn’t fully recovered, but who knows, we may be taken by surprise in his next tournament.

Ramos-Vinolas will next face off against Marin Cilic.

We think Nadal stands a high chance of making it to the finals.  Who do you think Nadal will play against? Would it be Njokovic?

Will Pouille play against Wawrinka or Pablo Cuevas? Don’t miss this exciting tournament in one of the richest and most glamorous cities in the world.

Young star Alexander Zverev celebrates his 20th birthday at the Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters on Thursday with a showdown against World No. 7, Rafael Nadal.

The star’s odds to win match shows 3.25 whilst Nadal to win match at 1.36. This young German beat Wawrinka at the Miami Open in March this year and therefore he shouldn’t be underestimated just based on his age and experience on the court.

World No. 2 Novak Djokovic has odds to win match at 1.14, seemingly higher than historical odds as he slipped to World No. 2 after being overtaken by Andy Murray.

Young Spaniard Pablo Carreno-Busta beat Fabio Fognini in this tournament with a score of 7-6 6-7 6-3, and Stan Wawrinka at Indian Wells this year. Tables could turn any moment for these young stars and we think the best thing is to watch these matches live and manage your bets wisely during in-play.

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