Tennis tips and betting predictions at Rafael Nadal v Igor Sijsling match at the Indian Wells Masters 2015
Igor Sijsling is a typical Top50-100 player. The Dutchman finds himself in the situation when he needs money to maintain a certain lifestyle. Hence he has to participate in lots of tournaments, but you can’t perform well, if you play that much. Once Igor decides to take time to improve his fitness and playing skills, he runs out of money and is forced to play tournaments again with uncured injuries. It has been a common situation for Sijsling, as far as we remember. As a result, he shows only 50-60% of what he is capable of when in good health. This is a shame, because Igor Sijsling is a very gifted player.
Rafa Nadal is slowly building his form. In his last match, the final in Buenos Aires, he was close to his high standards. In the second set Nadal left his opponent and close friend Juan Monaco no chances for success. The Spaniard not only ran for every ball, but managed to return it with great force. The court surface in Indian Wells this year is slower, which means the ball bounces higher. Such conditions suit Rafa perfectly. However, we predict that in the first set Rafa will give his opponent the opportunity to win several points, mainly because Nadal needs time to adjust to the court and Igor will be still fresh in the beginning. Anyhow, the Dutchman can’t expect any favors from his rival, and it’s very likely, that in the second set he will be smashed by Nadal.
So Dotennis team guesses that in this duel Rafael Nadal is an undoubted favorite.
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