Tennis tips and betting predictions. Roberto Bautista-Agut – Dominic Thiem at Marseille Open 2015
In 2015 Roberto Bautista-Agut has introduced some changes to his playing style. It has become more active and the Spaniard started to generate frequent powerful shots. The service play has also been enhanced. In his match against Pospisil Bautista-Agut showed a lot of self-confidence. What is more important, Roberto provided his opponent with no chances on his serve. The attacks were not that forceful but all the shots were hit next to the lines. Another curious moment is that Pospisil has gained most of his points on his serve. Be it a bit weaker and the match would have turned to be a disastrous catastrophe for the Canadian.
Dominic Thiem plays less aggressively than Vasek Pospisil. The service play is also not that dangerous. It means that Dominic would face more difficulties trying to trouble Roberto. And generally we see no weapons that might ensure Thiem’s win. The Austrian’s serve won’t be a challenge for the Spaniard. Thiem imparts great spin on the balls. Such strokes are more reliable than the flat ones. But the power loses are inevitable. And we’ve noticed that Bautista-Agut knows how to handle slow strokes with spin imparted. They are much easier for him than the flat “bullets”. Dotennis team guesses that Roberto will mainly attack in the upcoming match, both on his own serve and on his opponent’s.
Summing it all up, dotennis team considers Roberto Bautista-Agut to become the confident winner of the match. As of today he is objectuvely stronger than Dominic Thiem.
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