Tennis tips and betting predictions. Novak Djokovic - Andy Murray in the Australian Open 2016 final
Novak Djokovic is showing brilliant tennis: maximum concentration, minimum of errors and big attacking game. Shall the Serb display 70 percent of his performance against Roger Federer, it will be more than enough to secure a confident win of his 11th grand slam title.
Although Andy Murray showed very decent tennis against Milos Raonic, we haven’t seen anything that can help to defeat the Serb. According to the latest weather forecast, it won’t be windy in Melbourne on Sunday, which is better for Novak. In case it rains and the court is roofed, it will also be beneficial for the Serb. What is more, Novak has suffered two challenging matches en his route to the final but has enjoyed two days of rest while Murray will have spent one fewer day of rest after the five-setter semifinal.
Nevertheless, Djokovic is human and he was far from his best in the match against Gilles Simon committing ridiculous 100 errors and against Andreas Seppi. But these troublesome affairs were a mere wake-up call for the Serb who’ll definitely his highest tennis level to get the trophy.
Up to the final scenarios, Dotennis expects one of the following. Tough struggle at the beginning followed by an easy ending with 7:6 6:4 6:1 on the scoreboard or fast start and close battle at the end as it happened in the semis against Federer.
Summing it all up, we’d consider betting at the negative handicap or Djokovic’s win in three sets. Total bets are not the best ones for the upcoming affair.
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