Best Value Bets for ATP Atlanta Quarter-Finals – Harrison vs. Chung

João Mourato

Friday, July 27, 2018 10:39 AM UTC

Friday, Jul. 27, 2018 10:39 AM UTC

Join us while we go through the best value bets for this Friday’s action at the BB&T Atlanta Open quarter-finals.

<h2><a href="" target="_blank" title="Shop Harrison - Chung Betting Odds">Ryan Harrison (8) vs. Hyeon Chung (3)</a></h2><p>Hyeon Chung marked his return from an injury layoff with a 6-4, 7-6 win over Taylor Fritz in the opening round of the BB&amp;T Atlanta Open on Wednesday. The South-Korean was forced to withdraw from Roland Garros and Wimbledon after his maiden Grand Slam semi-final earlier this season at the Australian Open. Despite long absence, Chung produced a convincing performance with the American winning only 32% of the points played on Hyeon’s serve.</p><p>Former finalist Ryan Harrison recovered from a set down against Lukas Lacko to reach the BB&amp;T Atlanta Open quarter-finals for the fourth time in his career. Despite his undeniable talent, Harrison only won 50% of the matches played so far in 2018. Prior to arriving in Atlanta, the 26-year-old had not won back-to-back matches since February at the Abierto Mexicano in Acapulco. Adding to this, the No.8 seed conceded 11 break point opportunities in the previous round but Lacko only converted 27.27% of those.</p><p>This will be the second meeting between these two players with Harrison emerging victorious from their previous encounter at the Happy Valley Challenger in 2015.</p><p>Despite Ryan’s lead on the head-to-head, Chung is a completely different player than he was three years ago. Besides, the fast conditions in Atlanta should benefit the South-Korean on this match. For that reason, it’s not surprising to see Hyeon as the favourite to win this match at 1.47 with 5Dimes. On the other hand, placing a bet on Chung’s -3 game handicap at 1.89 <a href=";a=f682f8e1-79b8-45d0-939a-7163c28d604b" rel="nofollow" target="_blank" title="Join Pinnacle &amp; Start Playing Today!">at Pinnacle</a> is also an interesting approach for this contest.</p>
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