Tennis tips and betting predictions Roger Federer vs Diego Sebastian Schwartzman at TEB BNP Paribas Istanbul Open
Roger Federer had a very average match against Gimeno-Traver and Dotennis team expects that in his next match he will play better. Federer has not spent too much physical and emotional energy in the game against the Spaniard. In the forthcoming match Roger has to serve more confidently and improve his game on the baseline. Many people think that Federer would not be motivated enough to win in this match because of the forthcoming Madrid Masters, but Roger is simply not allowed to lose a match to perform better elsewhere. Young players can do so, but Roger’s goal for this season is to win the Grand Slam and he doesn’t need another Masters title that much. Besides, the victory in Istanbul will be a great honor for him, as it’s the first time ever the event takes place.
Diego Sebastian Schwartzman is a true fighter, in the match against Hiraldo he didn’t stop to battle even when the score was 6:0, 2:0 (40:15). It says a lot. He works hard on court. Anyway, the match against Federer will be too tough for him to win. First of all, his previous match left him very tired. Secondly, his serve is really weak, which won’t allow him to score easy points, while Federer will use all advantages of his mighty serve. And finally, it will be too difficult for Diego to deal with Roger’s attacks: his short arms won’t allow him to handle the balls sent to the corners of the court. Roger’s uneven rhythm of the game will put Diego under big pressure.
To sum it all up, Dotennis believes that Roger won’t have any difficulties on his way to the final.
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IMHO Federer will win like 6:2 6:4 or so.
dotennis14 Mar 19:11
Probably. But Johnson's service is good, so Roger will rarely make more than one break in a set.