Tennis tips and betting predictions: John Isner v Kyle Edmund in the R2 of the Roland Garros
The 21-year-old Edmund has shown very attractive tennis fighting past Nikoloz Basilashvili in the first round. Now he’s up to face the American giant John Isner and the showdown will be different. A big edge in experience goes to Isner and the Brit should have all his concentration in. He has no right to lose his game and should find means to convert a break point. We don’t believe he’ll survive it.
John Isner has almost suffered a nasty fall in the first round against John Millman. The American made 3 (!) double errors in one game but then the situation changed. Isner got rid of all shortcomings and manages to complete a victory. Now he’ll take on much easier opponent who has neither big return nor significant experience in facing big servers. We bet Isner will run deeper.
Betting pick: John Isner should obtain routine victory over Kyle Edmund and progress to the round three.
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