Tennis tips and betting predictions. Roger Federer v Milos Raonic final encounter. ATP Brisbane 2015
Let’s be honest: the big-serving Canadian’s giant has little or no chances at all in this final. Milos Raonic represents the tennis school of 2000s when the players mainly relied on their serve and strong forehand shots. And exactly these years witnessed the most successful years of the Swiss No. 1. His tennis is a so-called reply to the aggressive style of 2000s. By the way, we’ve already written about it. Federer with his excellent constellation of return tools and forehand exchanges strongly holds top position in the world of tennis.
Federer leads the overall head-to-head series 7-1, while Raonic managed to obtain his first win ever over the Swiss in November 2014 at the Paris Masters. We all clearly remember that encounter where it was rather a mental struggle than a physical one. As Roger was preparing for the year-end championship in London and the Davis Cup Final. Raonic was highly motivated in Paris where a loss meant he wouldn’t perform in London. Here in Brisbane Roanic showed nothing new. Big serve, powerful forehand and a lot of faults at backhand. One night will hardly make any change. And all the tools in the Canadian’s arsenal is not enough to beat Roger. Moreover, it would be very tough for Raonic to win 70% of his first serve points after he was put through a grueling three-set encounter against Kei Nishikori and barley edged the Japanese. While the Swiss didn’t waste much energy in the semifinal against Dimitrov. And the last. For Milos it’s still mentally tough to play big matches: he failed the Paris Masters final, Tokyo Open final and 1/8 of the US Open. Dotennis team doubts that this time the final encounter against World No.2 will be up to the Canadian’s psychology.
So Federer should take control over the whole match and fix the mistakes he made last year to to lift the Brisbane International title.
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