Tennis tips and betting picks. Rafael Nadal – Juan Monaco in the ATP Buenos Aires 2016 Round 2
The 55th ranked Juan Monaco made a good start by defeating Marco Cecchinato 6-1, 6-3. Now the Argentine will face Rafael Nadal who has won all of their previous sets and now leads head to head series 5-0 on clay. Monaco plays too many balls on half court, while Nadal can easily attack such positions. We don’t expect that Monaco will think of something new to beat Rafa.
Up to the Spaniard, he has spent the last fortnight on the Argentinean courts practicing for clay matches. It’s very important for Rafa to tune for his play to get mental confidence. Monaco is a very suitable opponent in this case. We expect that Rafa will do his best to prevail. The Mallorca’s bull is kicking the dirt!
Despite overall Nadal’s advantage, Dotennis predicts two match scenarios. Either Nadal will catch the initiative and secure a win with losing less than 8 games or the event will be a tough one. Nadal won’t regain his confidence and will provide his Argentinean friend with winning chances.
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