Tennis tips and betting predictions. Pablo Andujar vs David Ferrer at the Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell
Pablo Andujar has easily secured himself a place into the final four by defeating Fabio Fognini 6-1, 6-3. But the Italian was his usual self: he showed brilliant performance against “the king of the clay” to lose it without fight to the 66th seed Andujar. Pablo knows how to make his rivals run from one court corner to another. But this tactics will hardly be enough to knock down David Ferrer. David is one of the strongest defenders on tour. His play speed allows him to hit back even the most perfect attacks. It’s logical that either strong sharp strokes or better placement may be helpful in breaking the Spaniard. His future opponent has neither of them.
David Ferrer showed brilliant tennis against Montañés and looked a bit worse facing Ymer. One of the main troubles David has to overcome is his "ability" to lose a couple of games to love (both on his serve and on return). At some moment David stops playing and grows in mistakes. But with some time passing by, the Spaniard turns back to his play. We guess that this peculiarity is age related. Ferrer simply fails to maintain concentration for a long time.
On the other hand, the win over Andujar will ask for defense, not for constant attacks. In the case, most pressure will be applied to David’s physics , which seems to be perfectly fine at the moment.
Dotennis team believes that David Ferrer shall be one of the finalists at this event.
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