Zverev – De Minaur tip Indian Wells 12.03.2024

Indian Wells, round of 16, Tuesday, 12.03.2024

Alex duel in the round of 16 at Indian Wells. Alex De Minaur challenges the tournament’s sixth seed, Alexander Zverev. The bookmakers are expecting a very close match. The stars last faced off at the United Cup, with the Australian coming out on top

Once again, I expect a very close match. I don’t expect a quick two-set win for one of the two top 10 players in any case.

A flawless start for Germany’s tennis figurehead Zverev in Indian Wells. He reached the last 16 at the first Masters of the year after defeating Christopher O’Connell and Tallon Griekspoor, winning both matches without dropping a set.

I wrote a tip for the match against the Dutchman and was right in predicting a 2:0 win for the reigning Olympic champion, but had to tremble when he fell behind in the tie-break of the first set. In the end, Griekspoor smashed his racket and Zverev managed to turn the match around.

In general, my tennis odds have been brilliant recently and all three recommended tips have gone through so far

More: With the correct tip for the Acapulco final, I now have a series of four correct tennis bets. Incidentally, De Minaur won the most prestigious tournament in Mexico and took the 500 points.

This must be extended. When it comes to tennis odds, I like to take a look at NEObet. After all, the betting provider has an enormous selection. Among other things, there are over/under bets for the individual players on the court, as well as the general number of games.

And these are relevant for me when Zverev and De Minaur face each other. Betting on a winner is too risky. You don’t get high odds on winning a set.

Speaking of the outcome of the match. De Minaur is marginally ahead with 1.88, while Zverev has been assigned 1.90 by the bookmakers. Yet it is the Hamburg-born player who almost dominates the direct duel with 6:2. So why the slightly higher odds?

Firstly, Zverev’s performance fluctuates from time to time. He rarely puts in a flawless performance from the beginning to the end of a match. It is still mainly his forehand that causes the German problems and, above all, a few unforced errors.

In top form, however, he shows his physical side, impresses with strong footwork, brings a strong defensive game and is generally one of the players with the best athleticism on the tour. And De Minaur? He is currently at the peak of his career.

He is currently ranked tenth in the world rankings. The 25-year-old can already boast numerous victories against opponents from the top 10 this year; in addition to Zverev, he has also defeated Novak Djokovic and Andrey Rublev, for example.

Like Zverev, he got off to a flawless start in Indian Wells. He gave Taro Daniel a 6-1, 6-2 thrashing, Alexander Bublik (7-5, 6-0) was at least able to keep up well in the first set before he conceded an early break in the second set and also gave away the other games to bagel.

It should now be a nerve-wracking match against Zverev. If I could bet on the length of the match, I would definitely prefer these odds. Sports betting fans should bring time for this match. The previous matches also indicate this.

Three of the four most recent two-set matches went the distance. And in Rome, when Zverev won 6-3, 7-6, more than 21.5 games were played. That’s another reason why I think the over-match bet is the perfect odds

My Zverev De Minaur tip

German tennis fans must fear for Zverev’s quarter-final, as his opponent is in really strong form, having recently won in Acapulco and not yet dropped a set in California.

The last four meetings have been real tennis thrillers. The Alexanders are also likely to put up another epic fight in Indian Wells.

I see the more stable De Minaur as having a slight advantage, but Zverev can always play at a higher level against the big names. That’s why the over 21.5 games bet is my odds!

My Zverev De Minaur tip: Over 21.5 games

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