Novak Djokovic v Jo-Wilfried Tsonga
Novak Djokovic will be going up against the strongest opponent en his route to the BNP Paribas 2016 title. Tsonga appears to be in amazing physical form showing accurate footwork, good techniques and producing powerful shots. The Californian courts couldn’t suit more the Frenchmale’s tennis style. It won’t be that easy for Novak to be in total control of the rallies as Jo-Wilfried is apt to dictate his own rules. What’s more, Tsonga looks very confident at the net, which will make the situation even more challenging for the Serb. The latter has shown signs of vulnerability but seems to have beaten them adding more consistency. The ninth-ranked Frenchman has not too many chances in the upcoming action, but the match won’t be easy.
Betting pick: positive handicap on Tsonga.
Rafael Nadal v Kei Nishikori
Rafael Nadal has obtained a mentally tough victory over Alexander Zverev to progress to the BNP Paribas quarters. Shall he German have been more consistent, we could probably see him today playing the Japan’s top player. Nadal lacks power and will mainly rely on his physical advantage and consistency, which should be enough to outlast Nishikori who has secured a win over John Isner without converting any break chance. Both of the future opponents have no obvious advantages. Kei appears to be a bit faster and that’s it. Nadal should have enough strength to play a couple of matches more. The two will be squaring off for the ninth time with Nadal having a 7-1 lead. This lackluster record should add extra motivation to Nishikori. By and large, itsn’t an easy thing to predict the final outcome of this match. Nadal seems to have a slight edge.
Betting pick: Positive handicap on Nadal.
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