Tennis tips and betting predictions. Kei Nishikori vs Pablo Andujar in the Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell final
Pablo Andujar showed brilliant tennis against David Ferrer. The Spanish No. 2 started the match in a very good pace but then his compatriot overtook the leading role and held it strongly till the very end. What will the final battle bring to Andujar? It would be very hard. Andujar plays well when he is allowed to attack. At this event he has defeated Ramos, Lopez and Ferrer. And in all matches the Spaniard lost the start of the battles but then broke the course of the play. The question is whether he’ll be able to do the same facing Nishikori.
Kei Nishikori had no troubles at all en his route to the final duel. He was drawn to play Giraldo and Klizan. Both of them were easily beaten by the Japanese prodigy. As for Gabashvili and Bautista, the two showed that Kei may be broken. Will Andujar find means to resist Nishikori?
Dotennis team guesses that Nishikori will take the beginning of the match. Andujar tends to fail the starting games and the super aggressive tennis style of the Japanese will make the matters worse. But Nishikori must provide the Spaniard with some opportunities. Kei makes too many mistakes and Andujar shall find his play by the middle of the match.
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