Tennis tips and betting predictions. John Millman v Bernard Tomic at the Australian Open 2016.
John Millman has made it to the round three of the Australian Open only due to some incredible circumstances. Diego Schwartzman had to outlast him, but he retired from the match. Gilles Muller has shown very poor tennis. By the way, it hasn't been first match failed by the player from Luxembourg. Maybe it is his age that matters. (Muller is aged 32). Nevertheless, the Luxembourgish has recorded too many unforced errors.
Bernard Tomic looks sharp at the event. In the first round he defeated Denis Istomin and then showed amazing tennis against Bolelli. One has to make the Australian run a lot to threaten him. Both of the previous opponents have tried their best in this component, while his compatriot won't be able to capitalize on it. Millman is much weaker in rallies than the Italian and Uzbek athletes. Moreover, Millman is a local player and we've noticed that Bernard Tomic has some special attitude towards his teammates doing his best to show who is running the show.
Taking all these factors into consideration, we expect to see confident win by Bernard Tomic.
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