Tennis tips and betting picks. Rafael Nadal – Dominic Thiem in the ATP Buenos Aires 2016 semifinal
Rafael Nadal has survived two tough actions at the current event with his most challenging opponent being Rafa Nadal himself. It’s evident that the Spaniard player and Uncle Tony do their best to find something new to prevail but it’s not that easy and not very successful so far. Rafa keeps making mistakes, very drastic at times. It is his excellent physical form what helps Nadal to progress. So far he hasn't lost a set on the Argentinean courts.
Dominic Thiem is up to his level. Definitely, Rafa will be quite a challenge for him. But nevertheless, the Austrian will try to struggle to show his best tennis. The most he can do is to make Rafa go into defense. Shall he manage to do this, he’ll get all winning chances. Otherwise, Rafa will go through him, even despite his moderate physical condition.
Betting tip: Frankly speaking, it’s not the best match to bet on. We’d choose a huge win by Nadal. But the handicap -4,5 has no value. Better consider very huge handicap or total over (we expect close struggle at the beginning of the match, at least).
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