Tennis tips and betting predictions. Kyle Edmund v Damir Dzumhur in the Australian Open first round
Damir Dzumhur had a very progressive last year. But most of the results he achieved were on clay. The Bosnian is used to playing defensive tennis with tenacious baseline elements. But it isn’t the same to defend on clay and on hard courts. In this season Damir was already defeated by Maximilian Marterer (currently ranked 316) in Sydney and by Tomas Berdych in Qatar in straight sets.
Kyle Edmund made his Davis Cup debut in 2015 and looked very decent in the final. The British has started a new season with a solid performance in Doha. Edmund’s main trouble is a lack of physical stamina. He can easily show amazing tennis during 2-3 sets but then his tennis quality starts decreasing.
Up to the upcoming affair, it will be the first round and the match is scheduled to take place in the morning so the sun will hardly distress the British player. Three sets is too much, but we guess that Edmund should take no time to secure his place in the next round.
To sum it up, Dotennis team bets that Kyle Edmund will make his way to the next round.
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Probably. But Johnson's service is good, so Roger will rarely make more than one break in a set.