Would love for Jaziri to win - a R3 would be huge for him, especially as regards prize money.
However, the overnight break definitely hinders him more imo. Granollers might not have much experience of these circumstances either, but he has been playing tour-level tennis for a number of years now. He is more used to pacing himself in distance matches, and winning the important points/games.
Jaziri has limited experience beyond the challengers, and is likely to have a sleepless night imo.
Granollers can get some intense treatment on that leg and be ready to go tomorrow. Personally, I think he will win the deciding set with ease.
Totally agree. The break definitely benefits Granollers, especially with the leg issue but Jaziri having to think about the ramifications of this set for his career.