ATP Indian Wells March 16 Best Bets – Featuring Cameron Norrie

Cameron Norrie at the ATP San Diego Open.
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Fourth round matchups take place on Wednesday at the BNP ATP Paribas Open in Indian Wells. Jannik Sinner and Cameron Norrie look like a couple of solid betting options, I’ll explain why.

Indian Wells Best Bets March 16

(10) Jannik Sinner vs. (wc) Nick Kyrgios

It’s been a fun start to the week for Nick Kyrgios, but this is where the fun and games comes to an end against a legitimate opponent in Jannik Sinner. Sinner has the firepower to hit through Kyrgios when the Aussie sits back in the rallies, something the previous opponent of Kyrgios couldn’t do. Sinner also has a strong enough serve to motor through most of his service games and put the pressure back to Kyrgios. Kyrgios is yet to be tested this tournament, Sinner will test him, I highly doubt Kyrgios has the mental strength or ability to stand up to that challenge.

Recommended Selections:
Jannik Sinner ML – 2 units @ -123

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(12) Cameron Norrie vs. Jenson Brooksby

It’s a little disrespectful that Norrie isn’t a favorite in this matchup. I’d rate Norrie as the slight favorite. Norrie is the defending champion; his game is well suited to these courts, and he is in some of the best form of his career at the moment. Brooksby is player on the rise, a frustrating opponent who feeds off his opponents’ weaknesses. The problem is, Norrie doesn’t have an obvious weakness Brooksby can exploit in these conditions. Therefore, I’d say Norrie favoured in this matchup in these conditions. Also, Norrie has experience on his side at this level of competition, another key factor in his favour. Happy to side with Norrie

Recommended Selections:
Cameron Norrie ML – 1 unit @ -109

Recommended selections are based on a 5 unit betting system where 1 unit is a minimum stake, and 5 units is the maximum stake.

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