Tennis tips and betting predictions. Andy Murray v John Isner at the Davis Cup 2015
Andy Murray has been very inconsistent during the last month. We’ve already mentioned that the Scott performed on a very good level at the Australian Open championship. But the defeats from Simon and Coric gave us a lot of thought. It’s worth mentioning that Andy likes to show off, especially to his native fans. So we bet that playing on his home arena Murray will be as concentrated as possible. In the upcoming match Andy can win the tie for Britain and ensure his team’s exit to the next Davis Cup round. Murray will definitely be fully committed to obtain the decisive victory.
John Isner hasn’t impressed us at all. His loss to Ward looks very alarming, as well as the American’s physical conditions. John Isner hasn’t survived through five sets. Of course, Murray will make the US giant’s life even tougher! Don’t forget to add such factor as accumulated fatigue (the match between Ward and Isner lasted for five hours, which is really a lot). And one more point here. Theoretically, Ward may lose his match against Young. So Andy has all chances not just to gain a deciding point, but to bring victory to the British team. Murray possesses good return and definitely knows to play big servers like John Isner. The Scott also has very reliable passing shots in his arsenal. But he would hardly have to use them as John Isner prefers to stay far from the net. Fans’ support to Andy will apply additional pressure on the American. So generally all factors speak in Andy’s favor. The most dangerous weapon of Isner is his booming serve, but this time it won't be very helpful.
With this in mind, Dotennis team expects that Andy Murray will have no difficulties in beating John Isner.
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