Tennis tips and betting picks: Yoshihito Nishioka v Alexandr Dolgopolov in the R2 of the at the BB&T Atlanta Open
Yoshihito Nishioka has shown very decent tennis against Evans. But the Japanese has the limited number of tools to play. He keeps the ball inside the court and plays in a very high tempo. So he’ll hardly be able to get rid of powerful opponents. As soon as Evans accelerated, Nishioka started to lose.
Alexandr Dolgopolov has won his doubles match with Stakhovsky here in Atlanta. But that’s not enough to gain his form. Alexandr is a very inconvenient opponent for Nishioka. Dolgo is a powerful player with booming hits and he’ll blow away the Japanese shots. However, the Ukrainian lacks consistency and he will hardly be capable of showing better performance than he did against Young. Any failure by Dolgo will make it possible for the huge handicap to win.
Betting pick: We expect to see a close match full of struggle.
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