Tennis tips and betting predictions. Novak Djokovic takes on Tomas Berdych in Monte-Carlo Masters final
Novak Djokovic has made outstanding performance against Rafael Nadal in today’s semifinals. The first serve percentage was about 75% with the speed of 125 mph. It’s something incredible even for the Serb! Evidently, he was seriously getting ready for this match. As for the final battle, our Dotennis team expects to see a bit weaker tennis from Djokovic. Why so? First of all, it’s just impossible to improve the results showed against the Spaniard. Secondly, Djokovic has already fulfilled his main task at this Masters event: defeated Nadal. Of course, the victory in the final is also important, but is less crucial for Novak.
Tomas Berdych keeps showing amazing tennis as well. The service play and all his body movements look very reliable. But what is more important, the Czech has finally got rid of his mental issues. No one would deny that after hiring Dani Vallverdu Berdych has been in excellent form this year.
But the main question is: will Berdych be capable of competing with the World’s best player? For us the answer is “yes”. AS we’ve already mentioned Djokovic will likely loosen his grip and Czech himself will fight his tooth and nail to move higher and better. And despite a woeful record against Djokovic (Tomas has won just 2 out of 20 overall meetings), their clay battles are always full of drama. Furthermore, Berdych has a booming first serve and aggression in his arsenal. So we expect that it should be the Czech who’ll catch the initiative in the match. And shall he manage to dictate his rules, he’ll have every chance to lift the trophy (sounds like a fairytale, but still).
Summing it all up, Dotennis team expects to see great resistance from Berdych.
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