Tennis tips and betting predictions. Gael Monfils v Nicolas Mahut in the 2nd round of the Australian Open 2016
Gael Monfils has shown faultless performance against Yuichi Sugita from Japan. The French has hit 12 aces and got 70 percent of the first serve points won. Taking into account that the first round has been not a trouble for Gael, we bet that he'll make his way through this one as well.
Nicolas Mahut has easily outlasted Marco Cecchinato from Italia, one of the lowest raned players in the Australian Open draw. Mahut has given a very decent start of the season. Usually we see him catching his best form in the summer mid when tennis events move to the grass, but this year Mahut has somehow changed his training sessions. Very strong showing in Sydney is followed by delighful performance on Melbourne courts. But of course it will be very challenging to beat Monfils in his current form. Gael is faster and has a better backhand and service return techniques.
Summing it all up, Dotennis betting team predicts the confident win of the French player.
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