Tennis tips and betting predictions. Kei Nishikori – Mikhail Youzhny at Miami Open 2015
Mikhail Youzhny has showed very decent tennis against Andrey Golubev from Kazakhstan. But evidently the Russian is still far from his peak form. He displays rather poor moving on court while we have no doubt that Nishikori will make him run a lot! As for the shot making technique, it is as good as ever. Some mistakes are made anyway, but their number is very insignificant.
Kei Nishikori played splendid match against Fernando Verdasco to later fall at the hands of veteran Feliciano Lopez. Kei’s tennis is very inconsistent at the moment. As far as the upcoming match is concerned, it will be the first play for the Japanese and it’s very unlikely that he would fight his tooth and nail to prevail. He’d rather save his efforts for the next rounds. Secondly, Mikhail is a really tough opponent for Nishikori due to the spin he imparts on the ball. Also Youzhny prefers slow tennis to frequent attacks. It means that Nishikori will have to take the initiative and score points himself, while usually he wins at the cost of his opponent’s strokes power.
To sum it up, most of the playing components speak in favor of Mikhail Youzhny with the only exception of physical condition. That’s why we rightly expect to see a close match with tough struggle.
Dotennis team expects a tough match. We bet that the Russian will offer resistance to the Japanese opponent.
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