Tennis tips and betting predictions. Novak Djokovic vs Stanislas Wawrinka match preview
Novak Djokovic hasn’t taken any needless steps in the semifinal match against Andy Murray. It goes without saying that the Serb is playing the tennis of the World No. 1. He takes full control over his body. As a result, Djokovic has no breakdowns, unlike all other men on tour. Secondly, Novak never falls below some definite level. But nevertheless, both the Serb and the Scot made the same number of unforced errors on Saturday – 48.
Stan Wawrinka has made it to the final, which is really surprising. We’d expected to see Nishikori or Berdych here. But Stan managed to astonish everyone at this event too. First of all, he sowed incredible tennis against his countryman, Roger Federer. Shall he be able to repeat that strong showing, he’d bet on the Swiss as the favorite to the upcoming encounter. But unfortunately Stan isn’t capable of being consistent. When facing Tsonga, Stan displayed to definite peaks. The first one started at the beginning of the match and lasted till 4:2 in the second set on the scoreboard, while the second one occurred on the tiebreak of the third set and finished with the match ball. Wawrinka is used to playing with variations. And this is the reason for the five-set thrillers between Djokovic and Wawrinka at the latest four grand slam events. The matches are long enough for the Swiss to tune to his play several times per match.
Do we believe in Stan’s success? As soon as not. Firstly, Novak has never been closer to this elusive title to give it up in the final round. On the other hand, Stan will hardly survive more than one set. If any.
So Dotennis team predicts that Novak Djokovic will be crowned with a new title tomorrow.
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