Tennis tips and betting picks. Grigor Dimitrov v Jiri Vesely in the TEB BNP Paribas Istanbul Open quarterfinal
The second seed Grigor Dimitrov has scraped past Adrian Ungur in the first match this week by showing very spectacular tennis. The in-form Bulgarian had so much desire to close out the match that he even sacrificed his racket. Such a hard-working Dimitrov has every odd to lift the final trophy. Vesely, who is highlighted by a shocking upset of Novak in Monte-Carlo, shall be no difficulty for the Bulgarian. The only fact to take into account is that the Czech is a lefty and he’ll apply pressure on Grigor’s backhand wing. On the other hand, Jiri plays low-speed rallies and Grigor will have enough time to switch it to forehand.
Jiri Vesely has shown very decent play. But the 22-year-old Czech spends too much time in defense. Both Tiemo De Bakker and Roberto Carballes Baena were ill-prepared while Dimitrov has more athleticism and technical weapons to take an edge. The Bulgarian looks better in attack as well and will for sure be a challenging opponent for Vesely.
Betting pick: Dimitrov should be capable of taking out his opponent and progressing to the last four.
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