Betting Tips

Barcelona Open Quarter Final Betting Tips

With only 8 players left in the draw in the 2019 instalment of the Barcelona Open, it promises to be a fascinating climax in the Catalonian sunshine. Whilst pre-tournament favourites such as Rafael Nadal and Dominic Thiem continue to blaze a trail in the draw, some of the fringe players on the ATP Tour such as Guido Pella and Nicolas Jarry have given themselves a real shot at glory in a big event by beating some more established names. Here are our Barcelona Open Quarter Final betting tips.

 

Barcelona Open Last 8 predictions

Match Betting:

Rafael Nadal vs Jan-Lennard Struff

 

Odds:

Rafael Nadal – 1/10 (Ladbrokes)

Jan Lennard Struff – 11/1 (TonyBet)

Rafael Nadal will be looking to bounce back from his Monte Carlo disappointment last week as he takes on the dangerous German, Jan-Lennard Struff. Nadal has been imperious thus far in Barcelona as he goes in pursuit of a 12th title whilst Struff will be buoyant following his gritty win over the number 5 seed Stefanos Tsitsipas last time out.

Head to Head

This will be the first meeting between the two men on the ATP Tour.

Top Match Bet

Jan-Lennard Struff will certainly have the tools to disrupt Nadal but the Mallorcan is the king of clay and should pick up a routine win here.

Rafael Nadal to win the match 2 sets to 0 – 3/10 with Betsson.

Match Betting:

Dominic Thiem vs Guido Pella

Odds:

Dominic Thiem – 1/3 (888sport)

Guido Pella – 5/2 (MansionBet)

Number 3 seed Dominic Thiem will be hoping to carry on his impressive run in 2019 as he takes on clay-court specialist Guido Pella. Thiem crashed out early in Monte Carlo last week but his record on the dirt is exceptional, as he looks to go one better in the French Open next month (following his run to the final last season). Guido Pella meanwhile has been in good form of late – reaching the quarter finals for the second event in a row.

Head to Head

This is the 5th meeting between the two men on the ATP tour and with 2 wins each historically, it promises to be a fascinating battle in Barcelona.

Top Match Bet

Guido Pella will push Dominic Thiem all the way but the Austrian looks to be in great form at the moment.

Dominic Thiem to win the match 2 sets to 1 – 3/1 with bwin.

Match Betting:

Roberto Carballes Baena vs Kei Nishikori

Odds:

Roberto Carballes Baena – 3/1 (William Hill)

Kei Nishikori – 1/4 (Bet-at-Home)

The withdrawal of Fabio Fognini saw Roberto Carballes Baena get a lifeline in the Barcelona draw and he has capitalised by reaching the last 8. He faces Kei Nishikori, who is a two-time champion on the clay in Barcelona and looks to be back to his best following an injury stricken couple of seasons on the ATP Tour.

Head to Head

This is the first meeting on the ATP Tour between these two men and the stakes could not be higher.

Top Match Bet

Kei Nishikori should have too much knowhow and experience on the big stage and should pick up a crucial win here.

Kei Nishikori to win the match 2 sets to 0 – 4/5 with Guts

Match Betting:

Daniil Medvedev vs Nicolas Jarry

Odds:

Daniil Medvedev – 2/7 (Royal Panda)

Nicolas Jarry – 11/4 (Ladbrokes)

Two men looking to make a mark at the top table of the ATP Tour face off in the last 8 in Barcelona. Daniil Medvedev continues to impress on the tour as he attempts to break into the world’s top 10. Nicolas Jarry meanwhile has historically played his best stuff on clay and the Chilean could be one to watch with the French Open coming up next month.

Head to Head

This is the first meeting between these two players on the ATP Tour.

Top Match Bet

Nicolas Jarry will push Daniil Medvedev all the way and the Russian will need to be at his best to come through this one.

Daniil Medvedev to win the match 2 sets to 1 – 3/1 with Betsafe.

Here is our men’s Barcelona Open Last 8 Accumulator:

Daniil Medvedev vs Nicolas Jarry – Daniil Medvedev to win

Dominic Thiem vs Guido Pella – Dominic Thiem to win

Roberto Carballes Baena vs Kei Nishikori – Kei Nishikori to win

Rafael Nadal vs Jan-Lennard Struff – Rafael Nadal to win

If all 4 players win, a four-fold accumulator bet pays 2.36 with William Hill.