Tennis tips and betting predictions. Daniel Gimeno-Traver vs Nick Kyrgios in Mutua Madrid Open
Nick Kyrgios was very exhausted in Estoril Final. The shots could have been sharper, too many mistakes and troubles with court placement testified physical exhaustion. The courts in Madrid are faster than those in Portugal and consequently they are more suitable for the Australian who plays attacking tennis. But keeping in mind that the Portuguese final was closed out at the end of the 3rd of May and the match in Madrid is scheduled to the 5th of May afternoon, our team expects that Kyrgios won’t be able to survive it. And the Spanish heat makes the things even worse. So we guess that the Australian youngster will take one set at the most.
Daniel Gimeno-Traver is at his peak now. The Spaniard shows his best tennis now and the home event shall give him even more motivation. Traver isn’t a big fan of playing strong attacking players like Nick, as they can easily break his defense. But we think that Kyrgios will be worn out and the Spaniard would find means to defeat him. Also, as the match Traver-Federer has shown us, the Spanish player can defend his serve by making constant baseline shots. Due to this tool, Gimeno-Traver presses his rivals for mistakes and doesn’t let them execute attacks. Evidently, slow tennis of Traver will be challenging to Kyrgios this time.
Summarizing it all, Dotennis team bets that Daniel Gimeno-Traver will make it to the next round.
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Probably. But Johnson's service is good, so Roger will rarely make more than one break in a set.