Tennis tips and betting predictions. Juan Martin del Potro versus Sergiy Stakhovsky. ATP Sydney 2015.
The last official match with the participation of the Argentinean dates back to February 25, 2014. Then one year out of tour. And it’s too much for the player who needs constant practice to achieve significant results. If you remember, it took del Potro almost the whole season 2011 to make full recovery after the wrist injury in 2010. Sergiy Stakhovsky with his good serve and constant net approaches is not the best opponent to warm it up. To beat him one needs solid return and passing shots.
Yes, Juan Martin has the both tools in his arsenal but the question is whether he can use them now efficiently. Some way or another, it is his first match after a long break and to introduce passing shots he lacks practice. So all in all, the only element which may help Delpo is his own serve. But even in case it is faultless and perfect he would hardly cover the negative handicap of -2.5. Even if del Potro were fit and fine, he wouldn’t make easy win over the Ukrainian. Aggressive opponents are hard nuts for the Argentinean.
The only but is Sergiy’s micro injury he got in the match against Djokovic, but despite it the Ukrainian managed to finish the match so there should be something very slight and insignificant.
Our team expects that Stakhovsky will win as it’s very unlikely that Juan Martin del Potro will come out to the court in good form after he was widely talked to miss the Australian Open of this season. What is more important, there is every chance that Argentinean might withdraw from the match. Keep it in mind.
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