French Open QF previews and predictions: Novak Djokovic v Tomas Berdych, Dominic Thiem – David Goffin
Novak Djokovic – Tomas Berdych
Tomas Berdych has shown nothing outstanding against David Ferrer. The Spaniard obviously had some footwork troubles as the clay was too wet and slippery. The Czech revealed problems on his serve and the Spaniard managed to hit 4 aces and put enough pressure on his first serve. Djokovic failed to show his best tennis against Bautista Agut. The Serb committed too many mistakes. Actually, Berdych is a very convenient opponent for Novak but on clay the situation may be a bit worse for the Serb. By the way, the only recorded win of Berdych over Djokovic occurred on clay.
Betting pick: Djokovic wins but the Czech should be able to cover the positive handicap.
Dominic Thiem – David Goffin
Dominic Thiem has outplayed Granollers due to his power and strength. The weather is currently more favorable for powerful players as their booming ball-striking applies a lot of pressure on the opponents’ defense. Dominic tries to get the most of his confidence and David Goffin looks quite mediocre. Shall Gulbis be more consistent, he would have been more of a challenge for the Belgian. Other things being equal, Thiem look much better on clay and stronger holds his serve. Goffin is slightly faster and this is his only advantage which will be hard to make use of on clay.
Betting pick: Dominic Thiem is the favorite, negative handicap on the Austrian looks valuable.
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