Daniel Evans vs. Constant Lestienne Predictions - Sep 23, 2022

Daniel Evans takes on Constant Lestienne in the quarterfinals at the 2022 ATP San Diego event on Friday.

Dimers' top betting picks for Evans vs. Lestienne, as well as match predictions and betting odds, are featured below.

 

Who will win Evans vs. Lestienne?

Using cutting-edge computer power and data, Dimers.com has simulated Friday's Evans-Lestienne men's singles match 10,000 times.

Dimers' famous predictive analytics model, DimersBOT, gives Evans a 68% chance of defeating Lestienne at the 2022 ATP San Diego tournament.

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Daniel Evans vs. Constant Lestienne Odds

  • Moneyline: Evans -278, Lestienne +225
  • First Set: Evans -200, Lestienne +180

H2H Moneyline and First Set

Caesars Sportsbook currently has the best moneyline odds for Evans at -278. That means you can risk $278 to win $100, for a total payout of $378, if he gets the W.

Meanwhile, Unibet currently has the best moneyline odds for Lestienne at +225, where you can bet $100 to profit $225, earning a total payout of $325, if he wins.

Caesars Sportsbook currently has the best odds for Evans to win the first set at -200, while Unibet currently has the best odds for Lestienne to win the first set at +180.

As always, check out all of the sportsbooks available in your state for the best Tennis odds in America.

According to DimersBOT, Evans is a 65% chance of winning the first set versus Lestienne.

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Best Bets for Evans vs. Lestienne

  • Moneyline: Lestienne @ +225 via Unibet (1.1% edge)
  • First Set: Lestienne @ +180 via Unibet

 

Dimers' best bets are based on detailed modeling and gambling intelligence to help you make smarter investments with the legal sportsbooks in America.

Although Evans is more likely to win the match, according to DimersBOT, betting on Lestienne moneyline is the best option because of the 1.1% edge found when comparing our data-led probabilities to the sportsbooks' odds currently on offer.

Taking advantage of the edges seen on Dimers is pivotal to being profitable in the long run.

And while Evans is more likely to win the first set on this occassion, our suggested bet of Lestienne (+180) is based on the expectation of that happening, according to DimersBOT, and the best odds currently available.

Evans vs. Lestienne Betting Tips

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Dimers has full coverage of Daniel Evans vs. Constant Lestienne, including pre-match predictions, best betting picks, and live win probabilities.

Don't forget, DimersBOT updates regularly, so check this page for the latest betting analysis ahead of Evans vs. Lestienne at the 2022 ATP San Diego tournament.

 

Evans vs. Lestienne 2022 Match Preview

The 2022 ATP San Diego match between Daniel Evans and Constant Lestienne is scheduled to begin on Friday at 4:25PM ET.

  • Who: Daniel Evans vs. Constant Lestienne
  • Date: Friday September 23, 2022
  • Approx. Time: 4:25PM ET / 1:25PM PT
  • Tournament: 2022 ATP San Diego
  • Round: Quarterfinals

All dates and times mentioned in this article are United States Eastern Time unless otherwise stated.

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