It’s a new week of tennis DFS across the globe from Buenos Aires to Qatar. DraftKings has once again done a nice job of making a larger slate with a bigger prize pool in the main contest. For Tuesday’s early slate, we get 15 matches and $5,000 top prize in the Line Painter. Let’s dive into the DraftKings Tennis DFS picks for Tuesday, March 2.
Tennis DFS Picks for DraftKings | March 2
Favorite GPP Play: Federico Coria ($7,400)
Opponent: Francisco Cerundolo
I am a little on the confused side by the odds in this match, but I’ll gladly take the discount on a player I believe should be favored based on all aspects. Federico Coria just defeated Francisco Cerundolo in Cordoba and has defeated him three times in total in his career (3-1). Coria has made his career with his success on clay because of his steady game and mind. Approaching 500 career wins on the red dirt speaks volumes, and with a strong showing reaching the semis in Cordoba the form is there as well.
The only explanation for these odds, besides there not being one, is the fact Cerundolo dominated the first set in their last match that lasted just 18 minutes. It’s either that or the betting markets and DraftKings weren’t sure which Cerundolo he was facing. Fortunately, it’s the lesser Cerundolo, which bodes well for the clay specialist Coria.
Favorite Cash Play: Andrej Martin ($6,600)
Opponent: Lukas Klein
In cash, we always want the best price for our odds and it doesn’t get any better than Andrej Martin. At even odds and priced like he’s a +200 dog, you can’t help but like your value with the pick. When DraftKings released the slate, we can assume they thought the betting markets would back Lukas Klein and his 3-0 career head-to-head record against his fellow countryman (all in 2020).
Martin flew over to South America almost immediately from being bounced in the Australian Open to get some time on clay. With almost 700 matches on clay, it didn’t take long for Martin to get his game going, as he reached the semifinals in a challenger tourney in Chile. This play has a lot to do with the value, but I’ll take the side of the more proven player when he’s this cheap.
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