Tennis tips and betting predictions. Lucas Pouille v Dominic Thiem at the Monte-Carlo Masters 2015.
Dominic Thiem from Austria showed very strong tennis in Miami. He is in good physical form and can survive really difficult matches. Being the representative of the European tennis school, Thiem shows affection to clay. The courts in Monte-Carlo are one of the slowest which gives Thiem a great advantage. The young Austrian is good at generating powerful hits which enables him to break any opponents. His top spin shots both from the forehand and backhand are a real challenge to the opponents at the current Masters 1000 event.
But for the wild card given for the Monte-Carlo tournament, Lucas Pouille would have hardly got to the main draw. As far back as on the 11th of April Pouille was playing Mahut in the Saint Brieuc semifinal on indoor hard. Just in two days he’ll appear on slow clay. With one single training it’ll be extremely hard to do.
What is more, Pouille prefers to play on fast surfaces. His weak but accurate shots are more suitable for indoor hard courts. Here in Monte-Carlo he’ll have significant troubles, especially against strong Thiem. Shall the Austrian be serious and not fooling around, he’ll obtain a confident win over Pouille.
Dotennis team believes that Dominic Thiem will easily make it to the next round.
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