Tennis tips and betting predictions. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga vs Kei Nishikori in 2015 French Open quarterfinals.
It is probably the first time when Tsonga plays confidently throughout the whole season. He has no fails so far and stays concentrated for the entire match. The last Frenchman at the 2015 Roland Garros strongly holds his serve and shows very decent first serve points percentage. Moreover, Tsonga is ranked 7 with 33 aces hit. But there are some issues to consider. Tsonga is an attacking player who is used to take control over the game. Berdych let him do this and finally lost the match. Andujar managed to keep Tsonga pressed for the first two sets but then surrendered physically at discretion. As for the upcoming match, it will definitely be tough for Jo-Wilfried. The Japanese is a fast opponent and he knows how to seize the initiative and attack.
Kei Nishikori is in a perfect form and as well as his opponent strongly holds his first serve. Like no one else at the event, he has won 81 percent of his first serve points. Even in the years 2012-2013 when the Frenchman was ranked much higher, Nishikori felt confident facing Jo-Wilfried Tsonga. As we’ve mentioned above, due to the high playing speed, Nishikori catches the leading role and goes in attack. Tsonga will be very vulnerable in defending which has always been his disadvantage. And to end up with, let us remind you that Tsonga has survived two difficult encounters at the event so far, while Nishikori enjoys easy path and received one more day off when his third-round opponent Benjamin Becker withdrew with injury.
So Dotennis team predicts that Kei Nishikori will advance to the final four at Roland Garros.
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