Pouille turned professional in 2013 and enjoyed a breakthrough season in 2016, winning his first ATP Tour title at the Moselle Open, and ending the season with a career-high ranking of 15. He also received the ATP Tour Award for Most Improved Player of the Year.
Bet on Lucas Pouille
An aggressive baseliner, Pouille is an admirer of Roger Federer and has already shown himself to be adept on grass and hard courts. Successive quarter-final appearances at Wimbledon and the US Open suggest he is fast improving and backing him to reach the last four at the Australian Open could be a good strategy.
Lucas Pouille Odds
Pouille’s impressive season in 2016 means bookmakers will be keeping a close eye on him in 2017, but like all young players, he may display some inconsistency, so bettors who stay patient may be able to back him at decent odds in 2017.