Tennis tips and betting predictions. Gael Monfils vs Grigor Dimitrov at the 2015 Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters
Gael Monfils has shown nothing extraordinary in the quarter-finals match against second seed Roger Federer. The Frenchman put great pressure on the Swiss backhand and capitalized on a great number of unforced errors Roger made. But this is a very simple tactics Gael Monfils can hardly be admired for. As for the upcoming match against Dimitrov, Monfils, the only French in draw, should benefit out of great support of the local crowd.
Grigor Dimitrov wasn’t playing especially well himself either. He thrashed Stan Wawrinka 6-1 6-2. But this defeat can be put down merely to Stan’s failure: 41 unforced errors and only four winners, the result which can hardly be expected from the professional tennis player. Something was very clearly wrong with the Swiss.
Don’t forget that the Bulgarian was given a “Baby Federer” nickname for his stylish play and on-court talent being similar to Roger Federer even in his weak sides. To be more precise, Dimitrov, as well as Roger, tends to make many backhand mistakes. So shall Monfils play in the same manner as he did against Federer, he could easily prevail over the Bulgarian opponent. While the service play of the both is very much the same, Gael has a much better return. So we expect a close match but give a small preference to Monfils.
Dotennis team believes that Monfils will clinch the victory in this match and reach the semifinal round.
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IMHO Federer will win like 6:2 6:4 or so.
dotennis14 Mar 19:11
Probably. But Johnson's service is good, so Roger will rarely make more than one break in a set.