Tennis tips and betting predictions. Jiri Vesely (CZE) v Favio Fognini (ITA) at the Rio Open 2015
Jiri Vesely has lately made big progress in his play. And it hasn’t gone unnoticed: as a reward for his hard job the Czech has captured his career first title in Auckland. Then the star power left the young player. In Australia he was set to play very strong Viktor Troicki and in Sao Paulo he didn’t survive the close battle against the soon-to-be finalist Pablo Cuevas. What is rather important is that Vesely generates good serve and it doesn’t let him down now. Don’t forget that Jiri is a left-handed player. He applies great power when hitting the ball. His play is consistent and the Czech knows the ways to impart spin on a tennis ball. As for the surface, clay has always been very favorable for Vesely.
His future opponent, Fabio Fognini, has been lately putting balls on tennis dating with his compatriot Flavia Pennetta.
Last week Fabio Fognini outplayed Diego Schwartzman. But the short Argentinean who gains all his scores on the baseline is a very comfortable opponent for the Italian. Jiri Vesely would hardly give Fognini the same luxury. There is also a slight probability that Fognini will suddenly recollect that he is a professional player. But more likely he’ll think of something much easier to join Flavia in Dubai.
Dotennis team assumes that Jiri Vesely has good winning chances in this duel.
As usually, we remind you that it’s up to you to make a final decision. Our team doesn’t take any responsibility for the probable outcome. If you want to be more confident – subscribe to our paid tips. Best of luck!
Relevant news:Australian Open R3 Preview and Betting Prediction: Jo-Wilfried Tsonga v Nick Kyrgios
Australian Open R2 Preview and Betting Prediction: Alexandr Dolgopolov v Matthew Ebden
Australian Open R1 Preview and Betting Prediction: Mischa Zverev v Chung Hyeon
Australian Open R1 Preview and Betting Prediction: Federico Delbonis v Gilles Müller
Citi Open semifinals previews: Anderson v Sock, Zverev v Nishikori
Tournament yet folds up for us quite well in the market of flat bets and live bets. 6 won bets in a row perfectly enhances the mood, but we are not going to lose concentrtion and relax ...
The more I watch the matches with the American players the stronger is my feeling that they all resemble one another. It all looks like a plant cranking out products of the same quality and with the same spoilage. And this trend holds true for the last 4-5 years...
The week before a Grand Slam tournament is one of the most difficult to analyze because the motivation of most tennis players is poor or not subject to any reasonable estimate of the ...
Such evaluation of Gasquet from the bookmakers is understandable. The Frenchman lost his two previous encounters in a row to Monaco and Nadal, which is a sign of a bad form from Richard.
Everything in this match counts in favor of the Spaniard. Nadal, as a real locomotive, took long to get into stride. But having accelerated he becomes unstoppable. Rafa performed well in Madrid
From the moment he appeared on courts, Kei Nishikori has always been one of 5 or 6 super talented promising players. Within the last 3-4 years Kei showed nothing special which reflected on his modest results: he sustained a good tennis level, won several ATP 250 titles, performed well on majors – but...
Federer, Nadal, Djokovic, Murray. Who will replace these guys in the near future. Today we chose tennis players who made the biggest step in his development this season. So Thiem Dominic, Batista-Agut and ...
Ver17 Feb 06:18
Writer: Ernie Lonardo Now you possibly can keep your title badges neatly organized by shopping for some of these badge containers that can be found at numerous online retailers. Die lower...
Onyinyechi17 Oct 06:03
Please when you bet 1H1.5 ,and they score 0-2.please what does it mean?
Andrey26 May 14:50
In modern tennis, the pros use an increasing amount of rotational forces on both the forehand and backhand shots, resulting in different tennis stances based on the current situation of...
alex14 Mar 19:13
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.