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Swiss Indoors Basel Quarter-Finals Betting Analysis

Join us while we go through some of the most valuable lines for this Friday’s action at the Swiss Indoors Basel Quarter-Finals.

Goffin vs. Sock

David Goffin continues his quest to secure a spot at the ATP World Tour Finals in London. Known as one of the greatest counter punchers in the game, the fast court conditions in Basel are perfect for Goffin’s game style. Looking now at David’s campaign on this event, the Belgian didn’t experience any major issues so far on this tournament. Adding to this, the 2014 runner-up holds an outstanding 75.00% career record at the Swiss Indoors Basel.

Jack Sock has struggled to perform at his best in recent months after a terrific start to the season with titles in Auckland and Delray Beach. Despite his disappointing 33.33% winning record since the Citi Open in July, the 25-year-old is just one win away from a second appearance at the Swiss Indoors Basel semi-finals. Nevertheless, the American was forced to play three sets on his previous two matches on this event against Vasek Pospisil and Robin Haase.

The market is well aware of Goffin’s brilliant numbers in Basel with a significant steam on his moneyline from 1.65 to 1.42 at Pinnacle. On the other hand, the Belgian also holds the edge over this opponent with a 2 – 0 lead on the h2h. For that reason, it’s not surprising to see David’s price dropping 16.20% since the opening odds. Due to the lack of value on Goffin’s tennis betting odds at this moment, our suggestion is for you to keep an eye on the market and wait for a better opportunity. Adding to this, placing an in-play bet on the Belgian might also be a good approach if Goffin has a slow start on this match.

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