In the last game of the day from the Miami tournament James Blake and Albert Ramos Vinolas will lock horns. Blake, placed at the crepuscular zone of the top 100 seems to be rediscovering some of his early years form, with a good game against Tsonga at Indian Wells and here, in Florida unequivocally beating Julien Benneteau in the second round. His opponent is the spaniard Ramos Vinolas an interesting and, judgeing after his last matches, a resourceful player on hardcourt. He lost in 5 sets against Baghdatis at Australian Open, put Cilic in a lot of trouble at Indian Wells and won against Juan Monaco in the previous round. Of course he remains a claycourt aficionado but he should not be taken lightly by the american. I don't think that Blake can exhibit for a long string of matches the same good form and he could have problems against his younger counterpart who should be very fit. I think that the odd on the spaniard is too big and there surely is some value.
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