Tennis tips and betting predictions. Kevin Anderson v Tim Smyczek at the 2015 French Open.
The week before Roland Garros Tim Smyczek lost it with no chances to Lucas Pouille. The American showed very poor performance in Nice. To put it simply, Smyczek has nothing to succeed on clay: neither booming shots, nor good serve. His baseline play has no consistency either. Yes, Tim is a hard worker and he does his best with every rally, but he’ll hardly be capable to win against Kevin Anderson.
Kevin Anderson excellently defends his serve and he won’t provide Tim with a lot of winning moments. Kevin will easily put pressure on Tim’s serve. As for the surface, clay is not Anderson’s favorite surface type, but Smyczek looks even worse on it. So we can’t imagine what Smyczek can think of to win at least one set against the South African rival.
Summing it all up, Dotennis team predicts that Kevin Anderson will see his rival off to make it to the next round.
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