Top Tennis Betting Picks for the Week – Oct. 29th Edition

Top Tennis Betting Picks for the Week – Oct. 29th Edition

Written by on October 29, 2018

The Rolex Paris Masters Round of 64 in France takes place on Monday, Oct. 29 and Tuesday, Oct. 30. I’ve pulled out 4 of the most competitive matches on Tuesday. The highlight match of the day? Jo-Wilfried Tsonga continues his comeback against ranked Milos Raonic. Check out the latest tennis odds and picks for the top tennis matches on Tuesday, Oct. 30!

Top Tennis Betting Picks for the Week – Oct. 29th Edition

Rolex Paris Masters Round 64 – Paris, France 

Tuesday, Oct. 30

  • Gilles Simon -165 vs Lucas Pouille +140
In the Swiss Indoors Basel, Simon’s last tournament played, he made it to the quarterfinals. In the quarters, the great Roger Federer beat Simon 6-7, 6-4, 4-6. Simon took a set in the match away from Federer. That should set him up against Lucas Pouille on Tuesday. Pouille lost 6-4, 0-6, 4-6 to Borna Coric in the Erste Bank Open 500 in his last. Simon’s the bet. Tennis Betting Pick: Gilles Simon -165
  • Pierre-Hugues Herbert -140 vs Mikhail Kukushkin +120
Favored Pierre-Hugues Herbert lost in Round 1 at the Erste Bank Open 500, but he played well when pushing Fernando Verdasco to 4 sets. I wrote about how we should all have bet against Herbert’s rival on Tuesday, Mikhail Kukushkin, at the Erste Bank Open 500. Not only did Kukushkin prove me wrong by beating Grigor Dimitrov, he made it all the way to the Erste Bank Open semifinals, losing to ranked Kei Nishikori. I’m not suggesting anyone go against Kukushkin again. Tennis Betting Pick: Mikhail Kukushkin +120
  • Martin Fucsovics +100 vs Benoit Paire -120
Martin Fucsovics made it all the way to the quarterfinals at the Erste Bank where he pushed Kukushkin in 3 sets. Mikhail beat Martin in those 3 sets, but Kukushkin had to win two of the sets 2-7 and 4-7 after both ended 6-7. Fucsovics can beat Benoit Paire as a slight even money dog. I think it’s wise to take the odds. Tennis Betting Pick: Martin Fucsovics +100
  • Milos Raonic -130 vs Jo-Wilfried Tsonga +110
Jurgen Melzer upset Milos Raonic in Round 1 at the Erste Bank. The big question heading into Tuesday’s matchup with Tsonga is whether Raonic can bounce back from the upset loss. Tsonga only had enough to win a single set, 6-3, over Sam Querry in his second comeback match at the Erste Bank Open. Tsonga could step it up. More likely? Raonic returns to form. I hate taking the chalk in a competitive tennis match, but I don’t see any way around it. Tennis Betting Pick: Milos Raonic -130