Tennis tips and betting predictions. Andreas Seppi v James Ward at the Zagreb Indoors 2015
Andreas Seppi, if you remember, is the guy who has recently upset Roger Federer and caused big troubles to Nick Kyrgios at the Australian Open championship. It means a lot in terms of the Italian’s tennis quality. After his shocking performance at the Grand Slam, it was very curious to see what the boom Intalian would show at the ATP 250 event. And he has satisfied his fans’ expectations. Despite being more relaxed than in Australia, Andreas showed very decent tennis and if Haase had been playing a bit worse, we would have witnessed a more confident win by the Italian in straight sets. Seppi plays very in a very aggressive manner. His technique is great and the service play is very reliable. His next round opponent, James Ward is currently ranked 109. Yes, every year James makes some steps forward, but he’s just on his way from the top 200 to top 100.
James Ward, as any other British player, has been brought up on grass courts. So logically enough, Ward likes to play on fast surfaces. In Zagreb the surface is very fast, but we doubt it that it would help Ward in his matchup against Seppi. The Italian has very good defensive tools and is used to applying pressure on his opponent’s backhand. It’s worth noting that Ward produces very weak backhand shots. James’ main tools are the serve and powerful forehand. But it will hardly be enough to outplay Andreas Seppi.
To sum it up, our dotennis team sees no opportunities for James Ward to come off victorious in this match against Andreas Seppi.
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