Our Team’s Best Round Two Bets (May 26)

Thursday’s French Open tennis roster includes matches from both singles and doubles that the tournament has to offer.

This means that there are a number of high-quality matches to evaluate, and our analysts have found dozens of matches where they believe there is a market for betting to exploit.

Read on for our top bets from Thursday’s lineup of Roland Garros’ matches.

Matches are listed in chronological order. Match times are subject to change and more will be played after the expected start time. Read here For tips on watching the French Open.

Casper Rudd vs. Emile Rossoforie

5 a.m. ET

Casper Rod hasn’t been at his best all this mud season, and Kenny Dosey It is believed that this is an opportunity for Emile Rossovoori to push the Norwegian.

Read on to see how he bets on the early morning match.

Veronika Kudretova vs Alexandra Krunic

5 a.m. ET

This is a classic battle of form versus out of shape, he says David Gertlerwho supports Alexandra Krunic to keep things close in this match.

Daniil Medvedev vs. Laslo Djer

6 a.m. ET

World No. 2 faces a difficult task in the form of a clay laslo djiri, and Luke Holmberg He does not like the stylistic battle he is facing.

Find out what bet he’s targeting to try to take advantage of Medvedev’s potential struggles.

Hugo Gaston vs Pedro Cachin

6:15 a.m. ET

Hugo Gaston in front of a crowd of Parisians? That’s a free bit of value for any expected streak, he says Avery Zimmerman.

Read on to see why he feels the edge is still with the charismatic Frenchman.

Danka Kovinich vs Anna Karolina Schmidlova

6:30 a.m. ET

Danka Kovinic is a great mud player and it’s very hard to break down when you play well.

Gertler looks at the second round of the match in this position and assesses how he wants to play the match.

Miomir Kekmanovic vs Alexander Bublik

6:30 a.m. ET

Alexander Bublik is known for his aversion to mud, but that doesn’t mean you should shy away from the support of a great butler.

Ducey explains why the value in this match lies in Bublik.

Elena Rybakina vs. Katie Volentes

7 a.m. ET

Katie Volentes has taken a unique path to reach the French Open, but she is looking forward to taking full advantage of this opportunity.

Zimmerman looks at her match with big hitter Elena Rybakina and offers his best bet.

Daniel Collins vs Shelby Rogers

8 a.m. ET

The Australian Open finalist will face her fellow American on any player’s preferred deck, but she must be the big favorite, she says John Reed.

Look for Daniel Collins to exploit the Shelby Rogers game in a variety of ways on Thursday.

Madison Keys vs. Caroline Garcia

8 a.m. ET

Another American will take the field in Madison Keys, facing an opponent who has played only one game in the past two months.

Reed discusses why the keys should be supported to reach the third round easily.

Christian Garin vs. Ilya Ivashka

8:15 a.m. ET

Christian Garin is better known for his abilities on clay than his opponent Ilya Ivashka, but does this mean that he will defeat the Belarusian?

Not so fast, says Reed, who is targeting the total for this match.

Ega Sweatk vs Alison Riske

8:15 a.m. ET

Is there any point in fading out the most important player in tennis now?

Gertler has no interest in doing so, and he discusses why Iga Swiatek is ready for another dominant victory, this time against Alison Riske.

Daniel Evans vs Mikael Ymir

9:30 a.m. ET

Daniel Evans and Mikael Ymir both made it through the first round of the French Open with ease, so where’s the value?

Holmberg thinks the underdog should get more credit, and he’s looking for potential disruption.

Stefanos Tsitsipas vs Zdenek Kolar

10 a.m. ET

Zdenek Kolar took a massive win in his first-round match with Lucas Pouille, but don’t expect him to build a fairy tale, says Reed.

He supports Stefanos Tsitsipas on the journey to victory in this game.

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