Tennis tips and betting predictions. David Ferrer vs Fernando Verdasco in Mutua Madrid Open 2015
David Ferrer is heating up nicely this season. Even the strong Ramos could have survived only a small piece of the opening set. David plays at very high speed. He has been very productive with his forehand shots and putting pressure on his opponent’s backhand. The Spaniard also benefits from his fast court placement on clay. He shows much defense and attacking consistency as soon as his rivals go down to earth. So all in all it’s very hard to edge Ferrer now.
Fernando Verdasco has lost 9 of their last matches in a row. Throughout all of these battles, Verdasco managed to take only one set. It means that psychological advantage will be on David’s side. Fernando’s playing style is very comfortable for David who possesses awesome backhand and fast footwork, which helps him to handle with top spin shots of his left-handed countryman. In this case hard work on court will count. And Verdasco is known to dislike it immensely.
To sum it up, we expect that David Ferrer will beat Fernando Verdasco in straight sets.
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