Tennis tips and betting picks: Rafael Nadal v Grigor Dimitrov at the Australian Open 2017
Start Time – 3:30 a.m. ET on 27th January 2017
Which Trade? Rafael Nadal -5.5 (Set Handicap)
Bookmaker Odds: 2.37 @ Betfair
Advised Unit Stake: 5% of the bankroll
Reasoning: It’s safe to say that Rafael Nadal has easily outplayed Milos Raonic and now the Spaniard is the main favorite to the title. The semifinal match will help him recover his fitness and set his mind play. The last two matches between Nadal and Dimitrov were rather tough. Since then Nadal has significantly improved his performance, while Dimitrov has upgraded to the next level.
Grigor Dimitrov takes advantage of the injuries-prone players. While they cure the injuries, the Bulgarian gets winners. He has warmed up in Brisbane and now is getting ready for the final start.
Facing Nadal, Grigor has only one winning option: close out the match in 3 or 4 sets and then hope for the Spaniard’s failure. Will he be able to do so? We don’t think so. Nadal is very consistent and dangerous with his baseline exchanges with his aggressive style. The Bulgarian isn’t that strong to break Rafa. Firstly, Grigor will have to serv into the very corner of the court to win a score. Dotennis team doesn’t believe in the Bulgarian’s accuracy and firepower.
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