Tennis tips and betting predictions. Sam Groth vs Thomaz Bellucci at the 2015 Citi Open
Thomaz Bellucci has recently been showing very decent tennis but not that remarkable. It goes without saying that the end of April and the entire May witnessed Brazilian’s peak form. Thomaz is a well known favorite of clay courts, so now when he’s to perform on hard, some troubles will be inevitable. First of all, his return play leaves much to be desired. Secondly, Thomaz is used to stay on the baseline which will be rather difficult to do on hard. Moreover, Sam Groth tends to make constant approaches to the net which means some extra problems to the Brazilian athlete. And finally. Thomaz had very little time to adapt: his last match on the European clay was scheduled to the 1st of August, while the first hard encounter will be held on the 4th of August.
Sam Groth feels very comfortable in the USA which has always been home for the Australian players. Groth has made strong showing in Atlanta: the service play and backhand are ok. Groth has already been staying in America for a week and we bet that he’ll perform even better in Washington that he did in Atlanta. Bellucci is a very comfortable opponent for the Australian. Shall Groth defend his serve, he’ll close out the match victoriously. And one more point. Yes, Thomaz is a lefty but this fact will hardly make any difference in the upcoming match.
To sum it up, we believe that Sam Groth will make it to the next round.
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