12 Feb 17:02
Set Betting -> 2 - 1 at odds 3.65
After retiring from back-to-back matches at Sydney and Australian Open, Malek Jaziri entered the South American clay swing and snapped his three-match losing run with a win against Carlos Berlocq. However, he couldn't add more wins as he was stopped by the eventual semifinalist Pablo Cuevas in the second round.ATP Buenos Aires debutant Malek Jaziri was competing on the indoor hardcourts of Cherbourg Challenger during the second week of February 2018 where he defeated Geoffrey Blancaneaux in the first round before losing to Tobias Kamke in the second.David Ferrer returns to competitive action for the first time since retiring against Pablo Carreno Busta in the second round of ATP Auckland earlier this season. He started the year with a reasonably successful campaign in Hopman Cup — defeated Lucas Pouille and Matthew Ebden.Former world #3 David Ferrer has done exceptionally well at Buenos Aires in the past by winning the title for three consecutive seasons between 2012-2014. However, on current form, he will have to do extremely well if he has to avoid his third first-round defeat here — lost to Alberto Martin in 2005 and Carlos Moya in 2003 (debut).