Tennis tips and betting predictions. Guillermo Garcia-Lopez v Daniel Brands in the 2nd round of the Australian Open 2016
Guillermo Garcia-Lopez has showed very good tennis against Paul-Henri Mathieu. To be honest, the French male hasn’t offered much resistance but yet the Spaniard has displayed that he will hold his service game and is confident with keeping the ball in play. What makes things even worse for Brands is Garcia’s solid return play.
Daniel Brands has surprised us when he outlasted Victor Estrella Burgos in four sets. We thought that should that match have lasted longer, the Dominican would have had some chances to come off victorious but he gave it in.
Up to Daniel Brands, he gets most of his winners due to his first serve. 70 percent of the first serve points won is a very good result! But unfortunately there is nothing else the German player has to oppose his future rival. While the Spaniard’s service play is much reliable, to say nothing about the return.
With all the above said, Dotennis team predicts confident win by Garcia-Lopez in the upcoming affair.
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