Betting predictions for Wawrinka – Tsonga 2014 Davis Cup Final
Last Saturday Stan Wawrinka played on the fast courts of O2 arena in London. Now he is to play on clay. Surface shift is always a great challenge for all players, especially for offensive ones, like Stan. No matter how much he has been in tour, he will need a couple of games to warm it up.
As for the Frenchmale, Tsonga has been training hard on clay for the last three weeks. Actually, clay favors him a lot. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga had easily made it through the first rounds in French Open to lose it in the fourth round to Novak Djokovic in straight sets.
They share equal record on clay; each of them has won 2 fights. Moreover, every clay encounter between the two required maximum number of sets possible to define the winner. But shall the upcoming match last too long, Tsonga will have fewer chances to close it, as he is more bulky than Stan, so evidently his exhaustion will become more evident while Stan will have more time to find his play.
Generally, our team thinks that the start of the match will be more successful for the Frenchmale. The outcome of the whole match is rather difficult to predict, but still the French’s winning odds look high.
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