Tennis tips and betting predictions. Damir Dzumhur vs Jurgen Melzer at the 2015 Geneva Open
Jurgen Melzer managed to win only one out of five recent encounters. Yet even this one happened thanks to the withdrawal of his rival. Moreover, the Austrian didn’t take a single set and was humiliated by Schwartzman (6:0, 6:2). The ageing Melzer is far from his top form. As for his legendary weapon – top spin left forehand – won’t work against Damir Dzumhur who possesses a very decent backhand. The Bosnian will make his opponent move a lot while Melzer is hardly capable of doing this.
Damir Dzumhur has qualified for the Geneva Open which is always a big advantage. And it’s not about practice only. The qualifier gets a wonderful chance to adapt to the courts. It won’t be easy to break Damir who defenses very well. The current event in Geneva may help Dzumhur to climb up the rankings while the best ones are getting ready for the Grand Slam event in Paris. That’s why we expect that Damir will do his best to come off victorious. At the same time the current event is of no interest to the Austrian. The ranking position is no longer important at his age. Get some prize money and practice for the French Open – that’s it.
Dotennis team’s prediction: Damir Dzumhur will easily get into the next round.
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