Tennis tips and betting predictions. Novak Djokovic vs Kei Nishikori in the Australian Open 2016 quarterfinal
On Sunday Novak Djokovic has hardly survived a tough encounter against Gilles Simon. The French male is a good counter-puncher whose tennis manner can be tough for his opponents. The Serb has committed an outrageous number of errors and definitely left the court dissatisfied with his own performance. Nevertheless, the pace of the match was rather moderate and we doubt that it has deprived World No.1 of too many physical and mental forces.
Kei Nishikori has significantly improved his playing quality and we expect something extraordinary against the Serb. The Japanese will have to show at least 90% of his total capacity to close out the match. Luckily, the Japanese prodigy has always been a very uncomfortable opponent for Novak. So far, Nishikori has triumphed in 2 of their 7 personal meetings, to say nothing about numerous sets won. Djokovic isn’t a fear for Kei who usually takes the court with big expectations. We believe that this time Nishikori will fight till the very end.
Up to Djokovic, he’ll have to speed up the tempo of his play. And this should cause no difficulties to the Serb (remember the World Tour Finals last fall and their Rome encounter?) This time we expect a close match played on the concentration edge. But it’s always hard to stay stretched throughout three sets in row. So we believe that Novak will relieve pressure a bit in the middle of the match.
Summing the above said, we’d choose a bet of 3:1 sets in Novak’s favor. As for the handicap line, we’d suggest a handicap of 7-8 games in the Serb’s favor as well. And don’t tough total bets this time.
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