Tennis tips and betting predictions. Roger Federer versus Simone Bolelli at the Australian Open 2015
Roger Federer has recorded a very decent win over Lú Yànxūn: the Swiss served and returned well. Honestly, Federer made too many mistakes, but the number of active winners prevailed, which is very important for the attacking player. Lu did everything he was able to but lost it by 8 games. Simone Bolelli has performed on his ordinary level so far.
As for us, Bolelli is capable of showing more. He made only 59% of his first serve against Monaco, while his average result is 70%. What was the reason? The question is simple: the Italian didn’t muster all his strength to defeat the Spaniard. Now Bolelli is set up to face the player of the top class. Of course, the attitude to it shall be different: the chances to come off victorious are very small but anyway it’s desirable to show your best on central arena in front of the enormous full house crowd. So Bolelli shall play like there is no tomorrow for him. His tennis is as good as that of Lu. The serve is fast with the baseline play even more consistent. For Lu +8 handicap turned out to be enough, Bolelli is likely to do the same.
Federer and Bolelli has met 3 times, the last one was in the Davis Cup semifinal. The Swiss holds 3-0 lead in their match-up record. But the Davis Cup encounter wasn’t the easiest one. And one more issue. Federer can make such a trick: break Bolelli’s serve to keep his own very tight or to give one of his serves to take some rest.
As it is, our Dotennis team expects that it would hardly be a quick and comfortable win for Federer. +8 handicap must be sufficient for Bolelli. The only threat Federer might pose is a blitzkrieg attack when the Swiss makes a speedy start to close up the match in straight sets. But it’s a hundred to one it won’t happen.
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