Tennis tips and betting predictions. Samuel Groth – Federico Delbonis at ATP Sydney 2016
Federico Delbonis rarely plays hard events. Mostly, these are grand slams or masters (he enters them due to his ranking position). The Argentinean takes part in them to get some cash and, if lucky enough, make it through the opening rounds. The rest of the season Delbonis performs on clay. Now when there are no clay occasions, the 25 year-old lefty from Argentina has made a decision to call on the Australian continent.
Up to Samual Groth’s prospects. The Australian has shown very average tennis at the Brisbane International where he suffered a first-round loss to the Korean Hyeon Chong. We hope, one week was enough to make some improvements.
As for the upcoming duel, Delbonis’ plays slow tennis using strong topspin shots that will be very comfortable for the Australian to deal with. Federico is not the best receiver (his reaction leaves much to be desired as compare to the Korean). It means that he’ll have difficulties on Groth’s serve. To put it short, shall Groth be playing his average tennis, it must be enough for him to progress to the next round.
Resume: Dotennis team believes that Samuel Groth will secure a confident win in the upcoming affair against Federico Delbonis.
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