Tennis tips and betting predictions. Novak Djokovic v Stanislas Wawrinka at the Australian Open 2015
Stanislas Wawrinka was at his swashbuckling best in defeating Kei Nishikori en his route to the Australian Open final. Shall the Swiss be given another 10 opportunities to play this match again, he could hardly be able to improve it anyhow. What we are driving at is that it would be next to impossible for the Swiss No.2 to show the same tennis in the semifinal encounter. His footwork, shots along the line, serve and return – everything was wonderful! But his future opponent has also shown his best given no chances to Nishikori. The Serb was consolidated and appeared to be highly motivated knowing that this time his son was watching him).
Novak Djokovic has always been very uncomfortable opponent
for all for Stan Wawrinka. Yes, Wawrinka managed to outplay Novak in Melbourne last year. Yes, the Swiss also offered tough resistance to Djokovic at the US Open and Australian Open 2013. But then he was just one of the top 20. Now Djokovic knows who is over the net. Now it will be Wawrinka who has beaten Djokovic and the Serb won’t forget it. What is more, Stan, a defending champion, will feel most of the pressure in the upcoming match. As everyone in the arena remember that last year Stan outplayed Djokovic and lifted the trophy.
And the last point. Our Dotennis team has looked through the H2H stats: the last two matchups has been closed up 6:3, 6:0 и 6:1, 6:2 by the Serb. Very impressing.
So we guess that it will make sense to consider such betting options as total under or negative handicap on Djokovic. For us, the Serb is the unconditional favorite to this semifinal. Although, Stan Wawrinka may disagree with us.
As always, we remind you that it’s up to you to make a final decision. Our team doesn’t take any responsibility for the probable outcome. If you want to be more confident – subscribe to our paid tips. Best of luck!
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