Tennis tips and betting predictions. Grigor Dimitrov vs Fernando Verdasco at the Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters 2015
Fernando Verdasco showed very decent tennis in Houston. Only Sam Querrey in a thrilling three-set match managed to stop the defending champion. But due to the late exit in Houston (the semifinal encounter finished on the 11th of April), Fernando is now having a very short break between the two events. Only 2 days! Two days for the flight, recovery and a bit of training is too little. No one of other Houston semifinalists has arrived in Monte-Carlo. Querrey has retired, Sock and Anderson are not to be found in the registration list. Well… it seems that Fernando is too greedy to refuse the money paid for the first round participation. But two days is a very short gap of time.
Grigor Dimitrov has a very bad year 2015. He showed something more or less solid at the Australian Open but then failed the event in Rotterdam and Mexico. After that was a very poor performance in Indian-Wells and Miami. But it reminds of the previous year circuit. Grigor seems to dislike the March Masters events.
But Monte-Carlo is the Bulgarian’s home city. And with more than a fortnight of trainings on clay Grigor now has very good winning chances. His top spin shots are very efficient on this type of surface and the existing drawbacks on return don’t look that awful.
So taking the abovementioned facts into account, Dotennis team bets on Grigor Dimitrov’s win.
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