Jannik Sinner and Lorenzo Sonego in the photo
At least one Italian will be in the semifinalsMontpellier ATP. Yes, because in one of the challenges that decide the composition of the penultimate act of the tournament, they will face each other Jannik sinner and the countryman Lorenzo Sonego. The South Tyrolean, who returned to the field after being eliminated in the fourth round of the Australian Open, is ahead with 1.27 against the Turiner with 3.75. The 2001 class is also the favorite to win the first set at 1.36, while for Sonego, winning the first set pays out triple the stake.
As Agipronews reports, in set betting, the 0-2 is in favor of Sinner in pole position, suggested at 1.80, followed by the 1-2 at 3.60. A 2-0 win by Sonego is instead worth 6.50 of the bet, with the 2-1 high at 7.50.