Miami Open 2016 R2 previews and predictions: Gasquet v Ramos, Djokovic v Edmund, Federer v Del Potro
Richard Gasquet v Albert Ramos-Vinolas
Albert Ramos-Vinolas has lost 4 serves to outplay the qualifier Alejandro Gonzalez in the opening round. Showing the same appearance against Richard Gasquet is the most reliable way to the failure. But we guess the Spaniard must improve somehow. As for the Frenchman, he has clear chances to get additional ranking points as he missed the yesteryear’s Masters in Miami. The draw is very convenient so Gasquet must be fully motivated. The both have previously played three matchups with Gasquet leading 2-1. All of the encounters contained three sets and this match should be no exception. Neither of the two has clear advantages so we expect tough struggle.
Betting pick: Although the Frenchman is the favorite due to his level, the match is better to omit this time.
Novak Djokovic v Kyle Edmund
Comparing with the beginning of March, Djokovic looks much better. The Serb has clearly boosted his consistency. He smoothly maintains the rhythm of his play and dictates the course of matches. AS for the upcoming event, the winner is known in advance, but it isn’t clear how easily Novak will enter the play. Probably, the Serb plans to gain his top form by the final match. If so, the score won’t be that huge this time. Kyle Edmund is very powerful player and will try to show his utmost. The bookies have set quite a complicated handicap which will greatly depend on the course chosen by the Serb.
Betting pick: It’s reasonable to pass this match by without betting.
Juan Martin Del Potro v Roger Federer
On Friday Roger Federer will make a return to the ATP Tour in Miami after the surgery on his knee. The Swiss is fresh and will probably have a long way in the year’s second ATP Masters. The Argentinean opponent looks a bit clumsy and seems to be not quite ready to be competitive against the World’s No.2. Del Potro displays a very consistent service play but as for the rest, he hardly has anything to oppose Federer. There are two most probable scenarios of the upcoming event: Federer will either level Del Potro immediately to the ground to close out the match or he won’t dictate his play in the opening set but will come off victorious anyway. At any rate, the Swiss must cover the handicap.
Betting pick: Roger Federer is a clear favorite (negative handicap on him).
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