Tennis tips and betting predictions. Rafael Nadal vs Richard Gasquet in Basel semis
Rafael Nadal has showed nothing supernatural but he managed to gain some results. The World’s No. 1 absence at the tournament seems to be very favorable for Nadal. The Spaniard doesn’t give up and struggles till the very end. All this makes him a rather dangerous opponent. Furthermore, Gasquet is one of the most comfortable opponents for Nadal. Right now Nadal leads Gasquet 12-0 in their head-to-head meetings. Moreover, the Frenchman didn’t win a single set for eight matches against Rafa. And we see no reasons for this tendency to change today.
Richard Gasquet has been playing very average tennis. Nothing no mention at all. His route to the semis in Basel was one of the easiest. Jiri Vesely could have outlasted the French opponent. Shall Dominic Thiem managed to progress to the third set and Richard would have real troubles. The same can be said about Karlovic. Gasquet was a bit luckier on tie break. Three tough matches in a row may be very hard for Richard in terms of his physical stamina. Unlike Rafa’s previous opponents (big server Rosol, Cilic and Dimitrov) Gasquet uses the whole width of the court, which is not a big problem for the speedy Nadal who is much stronger than his French rival.
Dotennis team believes that Rafael Nadal is the definite favorite in the upcoming match.
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Such evaluation of Gasquet from the bookmakers is understandable. The Frenchman lost his two previous encounters in a row to Monaco and Nadal, which is a sign of a bad form from Richard.
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