Tennis tips and betting predictions. Marinko Matosevic (AUS) v John Isner (USA) at Delray Beach Open 2015
John Isner has surpassed our wildest expectations by showing remarkable tennis in Memphis. His serve works well and the baseline play is okay too. Last year Isner made it to the SF at this tournament so this time he has to defend the points won. What is more, home-soil events are always very important for proud American players who will do everything possible to get the win ahead of their native fans. Marinko Matosevic gave no impressive start this season. The Australian has only managed to beat the injured Paire at the semiprofessional Hopman Cup and displayed thrilling performance against Alexander Kudryavtsev ranked 127. All other matches ended up in defeats. And the latest loss to Dastin Brown is no compliment to the Australian either.
Marinko Matosevic plays attacking and inconsistent tennis which reflects in a huge number of unforced errors. Stylistically he has troubles facing big servers, although his return play is rather good. We would compare Marinko to Fabio Fognini. These guys are capable of showing very solid tennis, but more often they kick off the fun on courts. Starting with September 2014 Matosevic has been in a very cheerful mood. But even shall he put himself together, which is difficult to believe in, he’ll have very poor chances to outplay the American giant. It’s also worth reminding that the both met thrice last year and the American came off victorious out of all these encounters with Matosevic converting only one break point.
To make the long story short, our dotennis team price John Isner as a total favorite of this duel and see no real chances for Matosevic to win at least one set.
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