Tennis tips and betting predictions. Tomas Berdych vs Milos Raonic at the 2015 Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters
Tomas Berdych brilliantly defends his serve at this ATP Masters 1000 event. The Czech has also improved his first serve percentage (now it’s about 60% against previous 45%). The serve works out and gives way to sharp attacks. The number of winners greatly outweighs the errors (Berdych hit 40 winners and made 27 errors to beat No. 12 seed Roberto Bautista Agut). Good statistics. We were pleasantly surprised that Tomas managed to win the set balls back, which shows that he currently has no mental issues to prevent him from the further progress.
Milos Raonic is also in a good physical form right now, but he makes too many mistakes in course of the match. The correlation of winners – errors is almost equal (35 to 30 respectively). In the upcoming match against Berdych it will be vital for the both to hold their serve throughout. As for us, we think that Berdych will be dominant on his serve. Moreover, Berdych should be a stronger baseliner. And the last point here. Berdych still has a margin to improve his game while Milos will hardly anything else to hone his showing.
Summing it all up, Dotennis team bets on Tomas Berdych’s win of this match.
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