Tennis tips and betting predictions. Andy Murray v Tomas Berdych semifinal encounter. Australian Open 2015
Tomas Berdych has outplayed Rafael Nadal to reach his second successive Australian Open semifinals. The Czech appears to be in a very good form at the beginning of the season 2015. Evidently, it was a very clever decision to start working with a new coach Dani Vallverdu. But still there are some nuances to pay attention to. Firstly, Nadal failed to show his best tennis. The Spaniard seemed to be motionless during the first two sets. From the beginning of the third set Rafa played with more character but it was too late. Feeling no pressure, Berdych became unstoppable. Secondly, we can’t neglect the psychological issues Tomas Berdych is still trying to cope with. Remember the final encounter in Doha? Berdych was much stronger than David Ferrer but lost it 4:6, 5:7.
Andy Murray is also full of surprises and finds troubles where they don’t exist. Yes, the Scott has outplayed Dimitrov and Kyrgios. But he should have done it due to his upper class. The fortune gave him lots of gifts: Federer has been beaten, Dimitrov had a tough match against Marcos Baghdadis, Seppi became a challenge for Kyrgios. So everything was to the Brit’s advantage. Instead, it took him 4 sets to beat Dimitrov and he spent more time than was needed facing Nick Kyrgios. But we give Murray that his tennis is perfect now. As well as that of the Czech No.1.
So the main struggle in the upcoming semifinal will be mental, not physical. So far Berdych has felt no pressure in Melbourne. While we all remember that Czech finds it very difficult facing close opponents. So our Dotennis team thinks that Andy Murray will be capable of giving him this pressure. If so, Murray will easily prevail. If not, the match will be very close.
To sum it up, we’d recommend our clients to play this match live. Take your time to watch the beginning of the match. But if you want to choose a pre-match bet, consider the most extravagant lines like 3:0 in Murray’s favor or a negative handicap (-4 or -5). Such bets would hardly look more promising than that to Murray’s win but the odds will make it more beneficial.
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