Tennis tips and betting predictions. Kei Nishikori vs John Isner at the Miami Open 2015
John Isner is in very good shape. It’s not the first time when he comes to this tournament being in his top condition. Here he had a win over Novak Djokovic and also played in the final. The Americans traditionally play very well on their home ground with the crowd on their side. John has an excellent serve which is a key element of his game. There are not so many players who can handle it and even less who can break it. He plays fairly well on the baseline, moves well, and makes powerful shots. So it appears that John Isner is able enough to break his opponent's serve.
Kei Nishikori is not in bad shape either. He had decent matches against Youzhny, Goffin, Troicki. But the truth is that in every match the luck was on his side. Youzhny simply failed the match (and not for the first time in this season), Troicki had a back injury and Goffin has always been a very comfortable opponent for Kei. Isner, on the contrary, will be a tough rival for Nishikori. Firstly, because Nishikori doesn’t feel very confident playing on his serve, making a lot of unforced errors, so Isner can easily break Nishikori’s serve. And secondly, when Izner serves, the ball bounces very high, and for small Nishikori it will be difficult to handle it.
To sum it all up, Dotennis team believes that John Isner has very good chances to celebrate victory in the upcoming match.
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