Tennis tips and betting picks. Kei Nishikori v Alexandr Dolgopolov in the Barcelona Open BancSabadell quarters
Kei Nishikori has been showing top level of tennis in Spain. Minimum number of errors is a good testimony to the Japanese current form. Kei forecasts his opponents’ steps and it makes him even more efficient. Be it any other player, not Chardy, on the other side of the court, it would have been a one-way traffic with loves on the scoreboard, not the final 6:3, 7:5.
Owing to his richer experience, Alexandr Dolgopolov has beaten the 19-year-old Karen Khachanov to make it to the quarters. It’s a pity the Russian hasn’t survived but we hope to see him in further ATP tournaments. Nishikori will be a tough nut to crack for the Ukrainian who didn’t win a set for their last 4 encounters. Their latest matchup in Miami Kei crushed Dolgo with no big challenges at all. We pay your attention that Dolgo isn’t the most durable player on tour and two consecutive tough actions will leave traces on his performance, while Nishikori has much potential to enhance his play.
Betting pick: Dotennis bets that it’ll be a routine victory for Kei Nishikori.
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