Nilkoloz plays well this season, he has strongly improved on his tennis. The Georgian is fast, hard-working and changes his tactics in the course of the match. Up to him now is the British Kyle Edmund. Kyle plays well too. The tennis style he applies requires him to start pushing his opponent from the very beginning. That’s why he plays aggressively from the return. And this will be the trouble for Nikoloz. The Georgian has a weak second serve and this is where Edmund will prevail. On the other hand, Edmund’s second serve isn’t that strong and Basilashvili will also has a chance to press the Georgian.
Another aspect to consider is psychology. Edmund feels nervous in key moments, while Basilashvili pulls himself together.
Summing up, we propose to consider +3.0 handicap on the Georgian or his victory. We believe he’s underestimated in this clash. Of course, Edmund is capable of winning a number of rallies at the beginning, feel at ease and then NIkoloz will lose the battle. But we don’t think that this outcome is very likely to happen.
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