Nice SF line up. Prodon had some troubles Salamanca and Julio Silva while Odesnik is doing things easier. On the 2nd half of the draw reached SF without facing anyone difficult yet and Lorenzi is going to be his first real threat. The Italian brushed aside Elias in first round and beated Machi Gonzalez without matches in a dangerous match.
I reckon that the final will be between Prodon and Lorenzi.
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Ungur against Odesnik will be the final in my opinion. Odesnik is a very good player, the suspension was the only thing that stopped his progress and like I said, Ungur seems to be the favorite in the match against Lorenzi.
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He had break-points and game-points on his serve that he didn't made after 4:1
When you have Lorenzi @ 4:1 and he is without first serve (just 43%) and you lose set, you will lose the match also, for sure.
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