Tennis tips and betting predictions. Kei Nishikori vs Jo-Wilfried Tsonga at the Australian Open 2016
By now Jo-Wilfried Tsonga hasn’t shown all his best trump cards. Evidently, the former Australian Open finalist saves his forces for the later affairs. Up to the upcoming match, Tsonga should prepare for it in a special manner as a win over Nishikori is a matter of principle for Tsonga. We expect that the French player will prevail on his serve and will be more concentrated than he used to be in the previous matches.
Kei Nishikori hasn’t delighted us with his play so far. His physical condition is a question mark (minor injury against Guillermo Garcia-Lopez). It seems the Japanese is under the weather and isn’t completely ready for this season. To defeat Tsonga one needs to show high level of tennis, while Nishikori revealed some of his drawbacks both against Garcia-Lopez and Austin Krajicek. The Japanese provides his opponents with too many opportunities on his serve. Tsonga is tough to break now with his first serve speed at about 130 mph.
In short, Dotennis team expects that the Frenchmale will prevail over the Japanese opponent.
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