Tennis tips and betting predictions. Jan Hernych vs Jack Sock at the Hall of Fame Tennis Championships
For the recent two matches Jack Sock has shown nothing outstanding. The American has problems on his serve and makes a lot of mistakes. The mere fact that he has progressed to the quarterfinal round is attributable to his opponents’ failures. Stepanek was completely undercooked in the opening round and was able to make only 2-3 consecutive shots. Lacko stopped playing in the third set. Of course, Sock can perform better this time but we don’t believe it. This event seems to be of no importance to Jack Sock who must be preparing now for the US Open series on hard surface.
Unlike his upcoming opponent, Jan Hernych has shown very decent tennis: good return and very consistent baseline play. Here in Newport the Czech has played five matches so far and obviously has adapted to the courts. Moreover, Jan plays very uncomfortable tennis for Sock. Hernych has no booming shots in his playing arsenal but he knows how to press his opponents for errors. And for Sock who is prone to mistakes on grass it will be a real challenge.
Dotennis predicts that the upcoming match will be a close one with Jan Hernych having good winning chances to close it out victoriously.
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