Tennis tips and betting predictions. Viktor Troicki vs Andy Murray in 2015 Aegon Championships
Following his wedding in April, Andy Murray eased back into tennis and has been showing brilliant tennis. He got only one upset in 19 matches. And even that one was produced by World No. 1 Djokovic. Here in London Murray was able to advance to the final four but there are some drawbacks that should be eliminated ahead of the Wimbledon Championships. Briton gave away easy games to Lu, Verdasco and Muller. Dotennis team expects that he’ll also gift a couple of games to his upcoming rival Troicki, namely in the first portion of the match. What we like about the Scot’s tennis is his second serve return. Andy acts aggressively and catches initiative in rallies. Thus, he has benefited from two thirds of Muller’s second serves. Furthermore, tuning into the match Murray decreases the unforced errors count and made only one of them in the second set against Muller.
Viktor Troicki is showing his career best tennis: the serve works out and the Serb is hard to be broken. The baseline play is perfect. His powerful high speed shots can break any defense. What also matters is that Viktor’s return is good as well. He had no difficulties in accepting Isner’s, Groth’s and Cilic’s serves. We bet that he’ll give Murray a difficult time on court. It does without saying that Murray is a favorite to the upcoming match. But will it be that easy for the Scot? We don’t think so.
To sum it up, Dotennis team expects to see tough struggle in the upcoming match between Andy Murray and Viktor Troicki.
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