Cressy and Saraiva won the title in Columbus together and make a strong double pair. King and Resse have two semifinals together this year and have started well in the season, but have not been unfortunate and can get it harder indoors.
Cressy and Saraiva took the title together in Columbus, where they had a really solid week with good victories
They are both strong double players and especially Cressy has moved a lot and is strong indoors
I don’t think Reese and King are a better duo and they weren’t unlucky with both match tiebreak wins last week
Cressy has been flying in doubles and was 42-11 last year and is 8-0 this season
King and Reese have lost several times to Galloway and Lammons, which Cressy and Saraiva defeated at the Columbus Final
King and Reese come with a semifinal from Newport Beach, and have been given some confidence
Cressy still plays college tennis and played 2 singles and 2 doubles on the weekend and also plays qualifiers in single Monday
King and Reese have started the season well together and have 2 semi-finals in Challengers together – albeit outdoors
Saraiva is not the big server and they may well become vulnerable in his serving parties along the way
There is great variance in doubles, where coincidences can play a much greater role due to match tiebreak and no at 40-40
There are not so many bookmakers with odds yet, but both Bet365 and Danske Spil are out with 2.1, while 2.05 can be downloaded at Bethard. It is the same rent we move in with the non-licensed bookmakers, and should I choose a favorite in the match, despite seeing it 50-50, then I would take Saraiva and Cressy.
Prediction Today: Maxime Cressy/Bernardo Saraiva