Tennis tips and betting predictions. Roger Federer v Milos Raonic in the Brisbane International final
Roger Federer tends to show much stronger performance at the beginning of this year than he did in 2015. Very decent service play and aggressive return. Roger fully realized than sooner or later but he’ll convert a break. It seems like only Novak Djokovic (and maybe Nadal) are capable of beating the Swiss. But this time there will be Milos Raonic on the other side of the court.
Milos Raonic is also in a good form. But unlike his would-be challenger the Canadian’s play looks less impressive this year. He earned a number of breaks points against Pouille, Tomic and Dodig. Clearly Roger is a better receiver and a better server. And when Federer is calm and confident he becomes unbeatable.
So we believe that Roger Federer will confidently defeat Milos Raonic in the upcoming affair to get the final Brisbane trophy.
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