Tennis tips and betting predictions. ATP Memphis 2015. Lukas Lacko v Ivo Karlovic
Ivo Karlovic is enjoying a very successful 2015 campaign. He has managed to defeat Novak Djokovic, performed on a very good level at the Australian Open and showed solid tennis in Zagreb. The Croat has also improved his serving play. Now he hits about 70 percent first serve, and sometimes even 80! Don’t forget to consider the speed of his serve and you’ll see that his opponent can hardly count on any break opportunities. Just think it over: it this season the Croat’s serve has been broken only three times and two of them by Nick Kyrgios at the Australian Open championship. Ivo Karlovic’s consistency is very impressive!
Lukas Lacko, unlike his Croation competitor, can’t boast great consistency. At times he may show high level tennis in two or three sets, but more often we witness very average play with most of the balls hit out or to the net zone. This is exactly what he showed in Zagreb against Ricardas Berankis. Lukas Rosol couldn’t have performed worse. No service play, no good shots. His footwork also left much to be desired.
So in the match against Karlovic Lukas has nothing to win. Ivo won’t provide the Slovak with lots of break opportunities while the Croat is quite capable of winning his opponent’s serve. In this season Ivo has already displayed that he knows how to return balls to the other side of the net and how to approach the net while Lacko needs to take his time and hone his passing techniques.
To sum it up, our Dotennis team considers Karlovic to the favorite to this match. He must easily get the job done with, at least, one break points converted.
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