Tennis tips and betting predictions. Rafael Nadal v Fernando Verdasco in the Australian Open first round
Rafael Nadal showed pretty good tennis in Doha. The main trouble the Mallorcan is facing now is his totally defensive tennis when something starts going the way he hasn’t planned to. This poor tendency became evident in the match against Kuznetsov and Djokovic. But now it will be a different opponent.
Fernando Verdasco doesn’t impress at all at the start of the season. We don’t forget that once he managed to defeat his familiar foe last year. And yes, it happened on hardcourt in Miami. But then the power balance was different: the whole 2015 year was an obvious disappointment for Nadal while Madrid’s native was showing great tennis. Today Verdasco is hardly capable of showing anything decent. Prior to this tournament, Verdasco has had an early exit in the Qatar Open, lost it to Lleyton Hewitt in the exhibition match. So at any rate, we expect that Nadal’ll defeat his less glorious teammate.
The bottom line is that Dotennis team bets that in the upcoming Spanish duel Rafael Nadal will manage to obtain confident win over his compatriot.
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