Several weeks ago Kolhschreiber withdrew with injury from his match against Struff in Metz. The following week he was trying to make it through in the first round against Puetz and showed really awful tennis. What was wrong tohim? It is difficult to answer... However, there was definitely something wrong with the German, as he did not participate in big money tournaments in Asia during the last several weeks, while all other top players did. Even here in Austria he was far from his best. Frankly speaking, in our view Becker should have won Kohlschreiber yesterday, but a number of poorly played deciding points by Benjamin predetermined the result of this encounter.
This time Kohlschreiber is to face David Ferrer. The Spaniard showed real class last week in Beijing. He totally outplayed Murray and then had a close and tough encounter with Djokovic, where the score did not reflect the real state of the things. In Austria David has already played 2 matches of high quality showing stability on the baseline and good movement. The surface in Vienna is slow hard, which is more than convenient for David. We doubt that Kohlschreiber would be able to break through the sticky defence of Ferrer, as he lacks consistency on the baseline now, even despite the fact that his serve has worked well so far. Moreover this upcoming match is really important for David, who needs ranking points to qualify for the top-8 tournament in London. His motivation in this context will be skyhigh. Kohlschreiber, on the other hand, is staying on autopilot mode right now, having just several tournaments left before the rest he desires so much!
Ferrer - Kohlshreiber. H-3,5 Ferrer. Odds - 1,9
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