Tennis tips and betting predictions. Jiri Vesely vs Guillermo Garcia-Lopez at the 2015 BRD Nastase Tiriac Trophy
Jiri Vesely has finally started to beat his rivals after a series of losses in February – March. The Czech has defeated a number of diverse opponents en his route to the career second ATP final: he smashed a big server Ivo Karlovic, got through the very consistent Diego Schwartzman and came back from a set deficit to beat a good clayer Daniel Gimeno-Traver in the semifinal encounter. One of the main advantages of the Czech’s tennis now is his service play, especially when he hits to the right service box, and his top spin forehand shots, which are extremely uncomfortable for most players on tour (the ball goes high to the player’s backhand side and therefore is very hard to handle). As for the drawbacks, we’d like to mention lack of aggression. Even Gimeno-Traver managed to take the initiative and attack Vesely.
Guillermo Garcia-Lopez is still far from his peak. He can play much better. But oddly enough even such less-than-ideal performance allowed him to progress to the final round. The draw was very kind to the Spaniard: win over the qualifier Lorenzo Giustino and Marcos Baghdatis and then two close matches against Rosol and Monfils.
As for the final battle, Garcia-Lopez looks a bit more beneficial than his Czech rival. The Spanish possesses better attacking techniques and more stamina.
But faithfully speaking, Dotennis team advises our subscribers not to bet at this match at all. It would definitely be full of struggle, but it’s very hard to foresee the final score.
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