Tennis tips and betting predictions: Joao Souza v Tobias Kamke. ATP Montpellier 2015
Joao Souza has started the season 2015 in a good fitness form. For the last two seasons the Portuguese No.1 has been showing very decent tennis on all surfaces: be it grass, hard courts or clay. Unfortunately, except consistency, Joao has no other booming tools in his arsenal. And of course itsn't enough to beat the top 30 players. As a result, Sousa has long losing series (five matches and more). It happens when he is set up to face strong competitors in the opening rounds. But his future opponent, Tobias Kamke, is far away from the top 50, not to speak about top 30.
Tobias Kamke is the German player whose best tennis years have been most probably left behind. To be honest, even in his career best times his rankings remained somewhere near 60 position. The main problems lie in his head. Tobias is capable of playing excellent rallies, games and at times sets to lose it in half an hour by hitting outs. And the German finds it very challenging to play matches with strong opponents. Sousa, on the contrary, has good fighting spirits even when he is weaker than his contender is. We think that the Portuguese will press the German for mistakes. And the last point. Kamke likes to come to the net but it will hardly be of any use as Sousa possesses good passing technique to outplay Tobias.
For our dotennis team Joao Sousa is the favorite. The both play almost equal tennis but the Portuguese is much stronger mentally and makes wiser decisions. Sousa also leads their h2h matchups 2:0.
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