Bet Of The Day May 10

Andrew Hendrie:
Bet Of The Day May 10

The ATP Rome Masters Round 1 match between Hugo Dellien and Adrian Mannarino features as’s best bet for Monday May 10.

Bet Of The Day May 10 – read on below for our reasoning behind today’s best bet.

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I’m confident we can start the week with a win as we head to the Rome Masters for the opening round match between Hugo Dellien and Adrian Mannarino for today’s best.

Dellien may be a qualifier ranked No. 127 in the world, but in my eyes, he’s the overwhelming favourite to defeat World No. 34 Mannarino in the Italian capital.

Mannarino has been an extremely solid player for over a decade now, but his game simply isn’t suited to clay and he’s struggling more than ever on the surface this season.

Indeed, Mannarino is 0-3 in his three tournaments on clay this season and hasn’t been able to win a single set, losing in straights to Federico Delbonis in Monte Carlo, Albert Ramos-Vinolas in Barcelona and Carlos Alcaraz in Madrid.

Additionally, Mannarino holds a 14-45 lifetime record at tour-level on clay, which is a winning percentage of just 23 per cent – compared to the Frenchman’s winning percentages of 59 on grass and 46 on hardcourt.

Meanwhile, Dellien is already having a great week in Rome having qualified for the main draw with straight set dispatches of Jaume Munar and Aljaz Bedene, where he didn’t lose more than four games in a set.

Dellien is clearly feeling it in Rome if those two matches and scores are any indication, while the Bolivian is a genuine clay-courter and holds a 21-21 record on the surface at tour-level – despite never being ranked higher than No. 72 in the world.

One player loves this surface and the other hates it – we’re backing Dellien home for another straight sets win.

Key Points

  • Mannarino has lost all three of his clay matches this season
  • Mannarino has lost all of those matches in straight sets
  • The last time Mannarino won a set was on March 28
  • Mannarino is 14-45 lifetime at tour-level on clay
  • Dellien has won his two matches in Rome in straight sets
  • Dellien is 21-21 on clay at tour-level during his career



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