Pay per head services saw that Berdych, who was in action for the first time since losing in the Monte Carlo Masters’ third round, shot six aces and registered three breaks of serve to defeat Devverman from India in 75 minutes.
The Czech player who’s a favourite with price per head sportsbooks all over the world is using the tournament to continue preparations on clay before the French Open gets underway in Paris.
“When I got the last-minute call, it was a great opportunity to come play some more matches and get back into the clay rhythm. I want to be ready for the big events which are coming,” he said.
“It was a solid start but we are still in the early stages of the tournament. This was just my first step and I need to keep going. I want to focus on hitting the ball as cleanly as possible.”
Berdych will next take on the winner of the match between Argentina’s Leonardo Mayer and Kazakhstan’s Andrey Golubev for a spot in the semi-finals, and pay per head services can’t wait to see who the Czech player will face next.
Price per head sportsbooks saw that Milos Raonic beat Uruguay’s Pablo Cuevas 6-3 6-2 to make it to the last eight, with the Canadian second seed never facing a break point on his own serve as he won in just over an hour.
“I’m happy with this result and with the level I was able to produce,” said Raonic. “This was my first match here and they can be tricky. It can sometimes be difficult to find early momentum.”
Raonic will next take on either Carlos Berlocq or Lukasz Kubot.
Portugal’s Gastao Elias defeated Spanish fourth seed Guillermo Garcia-Lopez 6-4 3-6 6-2. Pay per head services saw that the player also won in 2013 when both players met in the same event’s quarter-finals.
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Price per head sportsbooks learned that the reward given to the home favourite is a match against Victor Hanescu after the Romanian player defeated Spain’s Pablo Carreno Busta 6-3 4-6 6-3.