Tennis tips and betting predictions. Andrey Rublev v Blaz Kavcic at the Vegeta Croatia Open 2015.
Andrey Rublev did a great job when he completed a dramatic Russian comeback in their Davis Cup group defeating Pablo Andujar from Spain. The Russian teenager managed to take his nerves under control and showed very decent tennis. We really liked his post-match interview when he admitted that he felt nervous about his teammate Donskoy while was completely calm before his own performance. It’s very important for young guns to get into the zone and Andrey did it. Andrey displays very solid tennis on clay: big serve, reliable movements and ability to exchange booming shots from the baseline. Unless he was celebrating his victory, he’ll show good match. Be sure.
Blaz Kavcic is not much of a clayer. He has nothing in his arsenal to prevail on this type of surface: no serve, no forceful shots, no consistent defense. All he can do is to keep the ball in play. And it’s a perfect scenario for Rublev who will have time to adapt and go into attack.
Considering the abovementioned, Dotennis bets on Rublev’s victory over Kavcic.
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