This week’s ATP Tennis action at Budapest and Barcelona is now down to the quarter-final stage and at Budapest the top-two seeds Pouille and Karlovic are still in action, as is fourth seed Verdasco, sixth seed Lorenzi and British qualifier Bedene. At Barcelona top-seed Murray and third seed Nadal are both still on track to meet in Sundays final. Murray faces tenth seed Ramos-Vinolas for the second time in as many weeks today and the world number one will be hell bent on gaining revenge for his loss at Monte Carlo last week.
Nadal faces a much easier task against Korean NextGen star and qualifier Chung, fourth seed Thiem faces Lucky Loser Sugita, who shocked seventh seed Carreno-Busta on Wednesday, while NextGen star Khachanov faces veteran Zeballos for a chance to face Nadal or Chung. From a match betting perspective today Pouille and Karlovic are both worth opposing against Klizan and Bedene respectively, and the double pays around 3.2.