Tennis tips and betting predictions at the Indian Wells and Miami Masters 2015
Indian Wells is the first Masters 1000 event of the year and is followed by the Miami Masters. These two events – both played on hard courts – are usually referred to as mini-Grand Slams. It will be a real feast for all tennis fans! Today we’d like to get right to the first tournament and give you some pieces of information you’ll need to make profitable bets: who are the favorites and the underdogs, who is likely to surprise us and much more. So find some time to take a read of our Indian Wells 2015 preview.
Indian Wells Masters preview
The Indian Wells tournament is to take place two weeks after the Dubai Tennis Championship, which left its footprint on the quality of tennis in the first rounds. Don’t forget that this part of the year most of the tennis battles occur either indoors or on clay courts. The both options are far from the playing conditions at the US Masters where the players will compete on outdoor hard surfaces. Of course, most of the top players, like Djokovic, Raonic, Murray and Nishikori, will easily adjust to new conditions. All in all, their tennis level and their ranking positions allow them to gain form in course of the tournament with a more or less dangerous opponent facing them in the third round. But the early road will be relatively easy for them. But the majority of hard stones, like Tomic, Kokkinakis, Rosol, Leo Mayer, Troicki, Giraldo and many others contenders to the Masters title will have to overcome the change of playing conditions and start their route since the opening round.
More privileged are the scroungers who managed to skip representing their native countries in the Davis Cup and rushed to California instead to get ready for the Masters events and have already adapted to new climatic conditions. We are now speaking about Roger Federer, Stan Wawrinka, Tomas Berdych…but there is nothing to blame them for. All of them have already brought their teams to the triumph so their part of the job is done. Nevertheless, it would be stupid to deny that these guys are in a more privileged position that other competitors.
Novak Djokovic at the Indian Wells Masters
Now let’s get right to the main favorites to the final title. Top seed Novak Djokovic feels fit and well on the Indian Wells courts. He is currently in his good form and certainly he is the main favorite to the title forth Indian Wells title, as well as of the rest of the ATP events, except for Roland Garros. Yes, the Serb will perform in the USA right after the Davis Cup battles. But, as we’ve already mentioned, he’ll easily find time to tune in and find his playing rhythm. To sum it up, Novak would hardly be in his top form, but despite this, he remains the main favorite to the Masters title.
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Roger Federer at the Indian Wells Masters
Further goes Roger Federer. In this case the draw means a lot. Shall the way to the semifinal battle be easy and light, Roger will become unstoppable. But as soon as any underdog offers great struggle and resistance to the Swiss, the latter makes it to the later rounds rather exhausted, which definitely negatively impacts his tennis quality. So all in all, the first rounds will show what the real winning odds of the Swiss No.1 are.
Rafael Nadal at the Indian Wells Masters
Nadal is a very questionable player now. He is like a pig in a poke on men’s tour. How well is he prepared now? Only God knows it. It’s very difficult to make any prediction at Rafa this season. His level changes with every tournament. Nadal is a typical player who has to play a lot to play solidly. By this moment he hasn’t showed anything remarkable on hard. But it can easily change. All of us know that Rafa is ready to surprise. His stocks are very instable now but they haven’t lost their value. The main drawback of the Spaniard that, unlike Djokovic and Federer, he is subject to a wider range of opponents. Many of them are capable of stopping Nadal: Berdych (who has already proved it this season), Wawrinka, Dimitrov (no matter what they say), Nishikori, Murray. As for the plus sides, Rafa is one of the few men on tour who can beat almost anyone: be it Roger Federer or Novak Djokovic. To conclude with, there is nothing clear about Rafa. Let’s watch what his start in Indian Wells will be.
Andy Murray at the Indian Wells Masters
Murray. There is such a saying that one can’t grasp Russian people with your mind. It turns out, that it may be attributed to the Scots as well. We can make long logical chains about Andy’s tennis and then bam! 3:6, 1:6 against Coric with no pre-match signs of such an outcome. The only possible explanaition are mental issues inhabiting Murray’s head. At times we believe that there are two different personalities: one of them is a gifted professional player capable of everything, the other is a constantly grumbling nark. As a rule, Andy No.1 appears on court but as soon as the umpire makes a wrong decision or the opponent fakes injury, the second Andy comes out and loses two sets to Coric or 0:6 to Djokovic at the Australian Open. Looking for any tips at Andy Murray? Then go to any other website. Our service is powerless to help you.
Tomas Berdych at the Indian Wells Masters
Berdych. Unlike the Scott, Czech’s behavior can be predicted somehow. The Indian wells Masters belongs to the group of very challenging events for Tomas. He can easily make it to the quarterfinal or even to the semifinal but he has no means to win them. The stats against top 10 players are awful. Yes, some progress has been made this season, but still it’s not good enough. To cut the long story short, we’d simply say no to Berdych. Why? Just because it’s Berdych.
Stan Wawrinka at the Indian Wells Masters
Wawrinka. Stan tends to like such tournaments. Major ones, with a lot of ranking points at stake. The Swiss No.2 is used to pull himself together, tune to his rhythm and show extra class of tennis in a short run. As it is popular today, Stan is a Rafa Nadal for the poor. The main difference between the both lies in the number of dangerous opponents: there are much more of those who can upset the Swiss. In all fairness it has to be added that Stan is one of a few players who also can prevail over anyone, even Djokovic and Federer. But only with the help of star power and in a top physical form.
Kei Nishikori at the Indian Wells Masters
Nishikori. The Japanese prodigy’s performance this season looks really cool and astonishing. Frankly speaking, we couldn’t even dream of such tennis from the Asian guy. We’ve definitely underestimated him. But at the moment Nishikori poses much danger than anyone can think of. What makes us say so? Yes, his current results are not that fascinating, but if consider Kei’s recent progress and his play…Nishikori has significantly improved his form, the service has become more powerful, especially the first one, not to speak about his fabulous return. What really matters now is his health condition. If it doesn’t let him down, Nishikori may compete for great achievement now. In our opinion, his skills level now is well comparable to that of Roger Federer. Very soon you’ll see with your eyes that the Japanese has plenty of hidden weapons to beat his opponents.
Grigor Dimitrov at the Indian Wells Masters
Dimitrov. The Bulgarian hasn’t yet lived to our expectations, but the tennis season is long enough to catch up and make a breakthrough. If not now and not the season, Grigor is likely to follow in Berdych’s footsteps, which is not that bad either. We’re very interested in his goals. Of course, the Bulgarian may strike in Indian Wells, but it’s more probable he’ll perform better in a windy Miami with its courts more suitable to Dimitrov’s tennis.
Fernando Verdasco at the Indian Wells Masters
The last player on our list is Fernando Verdasco. Yes, right. Verdasco. Neither Milos Raonic, nor David Ferrer, nor even Del Potro. Let us explain our choice. The Spaniard showed excellent tennis in Doha. When Fernando is in a good form, his stocks are to be purchased as soon as possible and as many as possible. Fernando is a very talented guy. His main troubles are working ethics. Shall he desire it, he may easily break into top 10. His aggressive tennis makes him hard to be stopped. Now he is in that portion of the season when he can play on a perfect level!
The only alarm is caused by his serve. Frankly speaking, Fernando’s service play is a riddle we’ve been trying to solve for a couple of years. Why the hell he doesn’t use his 135mph serve all the time? His average first service speed is just 110 mph. If someone of you can explain it to us, we’ll thank you with a free monthly subscription. Neverthless, Fernando is one of the most uncomfortable opponents for any player.
Well, we’ve typed a great many of words, now let’s wait and see whether it works out as we’ve planned.
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