Tennis tips and betting predictions. Novak Djokovic – Andy Murray match preview
After seeing off Nadal, everyone was ready to crown Novak Djokovic as the new king. But don’t forget there are three more contenders to title and all of them are in stunning form. The Serb looks definitely impressive. But it’s not about his shot-making technique only rather than his all-courts performance. We can name no poor sides in his tennis. Djokovic is able of making best decisions in key moments of the match. And certainly his strong character and fighter’s personality make a difference. In terms of mentality, Novak is one of the strongest players in men’s tour. But oddly enough, at this event he hasn’t showed anything supernatural.
Andy Murray is showing his notable tennis on clay this season. At the current event the Scot played on his highest level ever with the only exception. It was against Sousa when Murray looked slushy. Some words are to be said about his encounter against David Ferrer. Despite 36 unforced errors, Murray managed to defeat the Spaniard.
Frankly speaking, Andy has no transparent disadvantages either. The Scot is capable of playing long rallies and going into deep defense. His forehand and backhand shots are very reliable these days. The service play is working too. Murray will feel no pressure in this match, as there are only a few people who believe in his win.
As for us, we predict the following scenario: Djokovic won’t show his best tools until needed. Murray won’t disappear completely and will save his serve by all means possible. Moreover, he might cause troubles to the Serb on his serve too.
To sum it up, Dotennis team predicts tough struggle in the upcoming semi-finals match between Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray.
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