Tennis tips and betting predictions. Andy Murray vs Vasek Pospisil in the 2015 Wimbledon quarter-final round
Vasek Pospisil has made it to the Wimbledon quarter-final round. So far it’s the most shocking news of the occasion. The star power has helped the Canadian player once again. Viktor Troicki was two sets ahead when he suddenly stopped playing and gave it up to his rival. Pospisil enjoyed a high 71 percentage of the first serve points won, but it would hardly be of help against the Scot.
Andy Murray seems to be incorporable en his route to the Wimbledon final four. The Scot appears to be at his best right now and is still capable of improving his performance. There are two mostly important matches ahead of Murray: he is likely to play Roger Federer in the semi-final match-up and Novak Djokovic at the final stage of the event. So Andy has to save his efforts for the next rounds and edge out the victory against the Canadian as quickly as possible. Actually, what can Vasek Pospisil offer to his top-seeded opponent? Nothing. Even his hard first serve won’t threaten the Scot. While Murray’s variable baseline play with booming backhand shots will make the difference.
Dotennis prediction: Andy Murray will advance to the next round.
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