Tennis tips and betting predictions. Kei Nishikori – Nick Kyrgios semifinal match preview
The red-hot Nick Kyrgios has upset Milos Raonic to book a spot in the career-first Masters semifinal. Actually, the 20-year-old Australian got a very comfortable draw en his route to the Miami last four with the only top opponent being Milos Raonic in the quarters. But even the Canadian failed to show his best tennis being inaccurate on his serve and lacking consistency coming into the net. But at the same time Nick Kyrgios is not the Kyrgios we saw in Marseille where the Australian completely dominated on courts.
Kei Nishikori has pushed much effort to make his appearance in the semifinal action. The QF match against Gael Monfils appeared to be very tough in terms of physics. The young Australian shall be a lighter job for the Japanese prodigy. While Kyrgios is equally good with Monfils when serving and doesn’t fall short of the Frenchman in power, the Australian still has to do a lot of job to be as competitive as Monfils in speed. Yes, the speed, which is the main component in the Japan’s player tennis and his key to success. So generally Dotennis sees only one opportunity for the Aussie to appear in the final: dominate on his serve. He should win at least 65% of his first serve points to struggle for the victory.
Betting pick: Nishikori will win and make it to the final round.
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