ATP Parma Round of 16 Predictions Including Jiri Vesely vs Tommy Paul

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The round of 16 at the ATP Parma tournament features the likes of Jiri Vesely and Lorenzi Musetti still seeking points, money, and form ahead of the French Open. Here is your look at the clay court action. In addition to this article, we also predict Wednesday’s other matches in a separate piece.

Norbert Gombos vs Albert Ramos

Ramos has beaten Gombos twice, including this year in Marbella on clay. Gombos has had some success this season despite making the main draw here as a lucky loser. He reached the quarters in Munich, and Marbella, and also had a challenger semifinal in Prague last tournament. Ramos won Estoril after reaching the semis in Buenos Aires and Marbella. It’s been a solid season for the clay courter and that should continue, reaching the quarterfinals at least in Parma. Ramos in 2

Jiri Vesely vs Tommy Paul

Vesely is 1-0 against Paul in the h2h, though it’s been a poor season for the Czech, at around .500 at tour level. Paul qualified in Rome and was solid in the first round here. This is a relatively even matchup but Paul has slightly more momentum here and should push through. Paul in 3

Lorenzo Musetti vs Yoshihito Nishioka

Nishioka, a quarterfinalist in Lyon, will try to make it two quarterfinals in a row by winning this match. The home player Musetti reached the semis in Lyon and entered the week 13-8 at the tour level, at a career high ranking inside the top 80. Playing at home, Musetti already reached the quarterfinals in Cagliari, he should continue his home success and ease past Nishioka. Musetti in 2

Aljaz Bedene vs Marco Cecchinato

Bedene is a remarkable 7-0 against Cecchinato, in addition to the poor h2h, Cecchinato has struggled this season, slipping outside the top 100 with no deep tournament runs this season. Bedene reached quarterfinals in Cagliari and Lyon, he’s 13-10 on the season. This should be one way traffic once again for Bedene, despite Cecchinato being at home. Bedene in 2

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