Tennis tips and betting predictions. John Isner vs Go Soeda at the Wimbledon 2015
Go Soeda is a typical representative of the Japanese tennis school: fast, aggressive with lots of mistakes and winners. His style fits well with fast courts. Thus, the Japanese would be a dangerous threat to many players on tour, except for John Isner. One must be able to show good return against Isner before playing long rallies. And Soeda lacks consistency which is a key tool to beat Isner.
John Isner has showed very solid tennis in London where he benefited not only from his serve but from his technical components as well. His match-up with Troicki deserves special attention: Isner fought tooth and nails, came to the net and even managed to take a couple of points on Viktor’s serve. As for the upcoming match against Soeda, we predict the following scenario: it would be extremely hard for the Japanese to convert at least one break point on the American’s serve, while Soeda will lose 1-2 games himself. Given Isner’s good physical form, he must perform more breaks.
Dotennis prediction: John Isner will easily advance to the next stage.
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