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To start with, let me give you some background information. The tournament in Rio de Janeiro is one of the toughest in men’s tour. What makes it extremely difficult is subhuman tropical climate in the region. Due to regular hot and wet weather the players are sweat bathing all the time. Santiago Giraldo, Thiemo de Bakker, Diego Schwartzman, Leonardo Mayer has already withdrawn with dehydration. Martin Klizhan, though he managed to finish his match against Delbonis up, showed only four games of good tennis. And there is nothing to be surprised at. Their match took place when the daily temperature reached its peak.
As for Haider-Maurer’s performance, he played a very challenging duel against Souza yesterday. The Brazilian contributed a lot to the Austrian’s victory. This time Andreas will face one of the most grasping players on tour. Yes, the -5 handicap is too big but as we expect some struggle only at the beginning of the match, the Spaniard will very likely find means to cover the set handicap.
Our pick: David Ferrer wins at the odds of 1.88.
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IMHO Federer will win like 6:2 6:4 or so.
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Probably. But Johnson's service is good, so Roger will rarely make more than one break in a set.