Tennis tips and betting predictions. Andy Murray vs Dominic Thiem at the Miami Open 2015
Thanks largely to the lucky draw, Dominic Thiem has already run deep at this Masters event. The young Austrian player has beaten Feliciano Lopez, Jack Sock and Adrian Mannarino en his route to the quarter-final stage of the Masters 1000 event. The former two were far from their best tennis while Mannarino appeared on court rather exhausted. But all this subtract nothing from Thiem’s merits. He has done great job fighting to the last drop of blood in every single match. But nevertheless his future opponent, Andy Murray, is evidently more than the Austrian can bite.
British No. 1 feels fine in Miami. He has easily defeated Young and Giraldo to face some troubles against Kevin Anderson from South Africa. But in that match the Scott did his best in the first and in the third sets reducing the quality of his play in the second one.
We guess that Murray should have no obstacles in upsetting the youngster from Austria. Firstly, Thiem has had an enthralling encounter against Adrian Mannarino. So it’s very hard to believe that he may find enough power to struggle with Andy. Secondly, Thiem has a very low first-serve percentage. In some sets it dropped as a low as 40%. It means that it’ll be hard for him to win his own serve. And the last issue to consider. Andy has a very strong defensive side. And while Anderson’s powerful flat shots could put pressure on the Scot, Thiem’s spinning balls are not enough to do this. Also don’t forget that Thiem is aged 21 and he has no experience of performing in the Masters 1000 quarter-finals. So he may simply lose his nerves.
To sum it all up, Dotennis team is confident that the Scot will have no difficulties in defeating Dominic Thiem and closing out the match in straight sets.
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