Roger Federer is an overwhelming favorite in the upcoming match. Despite his latest defeat from the Canadian, our betting team believes in the confident win by the Swiss. And there are many reasons to this. First of all, judging by our observations, Milos Raonic suffers from some psychological issues. He tends to be very nervous in big matches. In doing this, he was beaten by Novak Djokovic without using even half of his tools he showed against Roger Federer at the Paris Masters. He also lost with shaking hands the deciding game to Nishikori in Tokyo. Furthermore, in the previous year final at the Canadian Open he lost it Rafael Nadal. This will be the Canadian first appearance in the Finals, so it’s definitely will be challenging and mentally tough for Milos. And as soon as his serve gets softer, he’ll be in troubles.
Frankly speaking, if Federer had pulled harder in Paris, Raonic would have received the 7th defeat from the Swiss. Moreover, Federer could have won that match if the luck had been on his side. And considering the chance to dethrone Novak and finish the year ranked 1st, we see no chances for Milos Raonic to upset the famous Swiss.
Under such circumstances, the negative handicap looks pretty good, as well as the bet on the Federer’s win in two sets. If you’re of conventional views, choose the -1,5 handicap or a win of Roger. If you’re searching for some risk, look for a larger handicap at Federer (-4 or even -4,5). The only thing we’d avoid is the bet on totals.
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IMHO Federer will win like 6:2 6:4 or so.
dotennis14 Mar 19:11
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