Tennis Tennis tips

Contact Us:
dotennis@mail.ru

Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters 2016 overview
Location: Roquebrune-Cap-Martin, France
Date: April 10 – April 17, 2016
Surface: Clay
Prize money: €2,750,000
Points: 1000
Current champion: Novak Djokovic
Top Seed: Novak Djokovic

 

The courts in Monte-Carlo are among the slowest on tour. That’s why power and stamina are playing key role at the event leaving technical aspects behind. It can explain why, for example, Kei Nishikori hasn’t even registered for the tournament: the Japanese is used to relying on his well-built techniques. There should be no extreme temperature parameters in spring in Monte-Carlo so we don’t expect a great number of the matches being delayed or unclosed, as it has been in Miami.  

Monte-Carlo Masters draw review

The potential final Djokovic - Nadal attracts more attention than probably the entire event. And the chances for such a clash are really high.  Novak will face tough opponents in opening rounds while the quarterfinal against either Delbonis or Goffin and the semis against Federer/Tsonga will be a bit easier. Nadal will have more job to do as there are Dominic Thiem who enjoys playing on slow courts and Stan Wawrinka in the collision path with the Spaniard. As for the semis, there are a number of possible variants. Andy Murray can try to take revenge for the March disappointments, but it isn’t likely as slow courts are not the most comfortable for the Scott. Milos Raonic may surprise and run deep in Monte-Carlo. Tomas Berdych has shown very strong performance in the US and could coast into the last four here.  

Subscribe to our tips to increase your bankroll: +20% each month!

Novak Djokovic at the Monte-Carlo Masters 2016

The main question that bothers us is whether Novak Djokovic will lose his steam or the in-form Serb will keep collecting titles of all categories. But unlike the American Masters and the Australian Open there’re no day rests in between at the current tournament and Novak may find himself exhausted after the series of the American Masters. Still, a weekly break isn’t too much.

Quite frankly we wish Novak Djokovic was taken out in Monte-Carlo. Yes, it’s nonprofessional to say so but the fact that Novak is almost canonized seems to be devastating for the world of tennis.  The recent comments made by Novak’s dad sound really strange. He said: “Novak was sent from God. He can win other 10 grand slams”. It gets really annoying.

Other players at the Monte-Carlo Masters

Roger Federer, who has sidelined for all the February due to his knees injury, is now making his way back. But the Swiss chances for the final are very poor, actually. Shall Novak be almost dead before the semis, the World No.3 may try hard to make it his way.  Frankly speaking, the Swiss will face a very favorable draw to the last 4. Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, accompanying Roger in his half of the draw, is a question mark. We can’t be sure that the French has completely recovered after the Miami Masters that he physically failed. Rafael Nadal has shown very attractive tennis at Masters and should keep progressing now despite the tough path to the title. It’s very likely that he’ll have to defeat Dominic Thiem in the semis to take the court for the final action. And as the Austrian is having his career best season he’ll be far from the easiest opponent.

Thanks for reading and we’ll appreciate any of your comments. 


Relevant news:
Paris Masters R1 PREVIEW AND BETTING PREDICTION: Richard Gasquet V Benoît Paire
ATP Vienna R2 preview and betting prediction: Dominic Thiem v Richard Gasquet
The most beautiful female tennis players and social media
Antwerp final preview and betting prediction: Tsonga v Schwartzman
ATP Antwerp R1 PREVIEW AND BETTING PREDICTION: Nikoloz Basilashvili V Julien Benneteau



Add comment
Partners
Interesting
Betting on USA tennis. What problems american players face today

The more I watch the matches with the American players the stronger is my feeling that they all resemble one another. It all looks like a plant cranking out products of the same quality and with the same spoilage. And this trend holds true for the last 4-5 years...

Kei Nishikori. Analyzing the tennis of the japanese player

From the moment he appeared on courts, Kei Nishikori has always been one of 5 or 6 super talented promising players. Within the last 3-4 years Kei showed nothing special which reflected on his modest results: he sustained a good tennis level, won several ATP 250 titles, performed well on majors – but...

Analyzing the ATP World Tour Finals results

Free tennis tips. Roland Garros. Klizan - Granollers

Tournament yet folds up for us quite well in the market of flat bets and live bets. 6 won bets in a row perfectly enhances the mood, but we are not going to lose concentrtion and relax ...

Free tennis tips. ATP Nice. Gulbis - Montañes

The week before a Grand Slam tournament is one of the most difficult to analyze because the motivation of most tennis players is poor or not subject to any reasonable estimate of the ...

Dispersion in sports betting

SHANGHAI MASTERS 2015 Fabio Fognini – Kevin anderson MATCH PREVIEW

Breakthroughs male tennis tour. Tennis prediction

Federer, Nadal, Djokovic, Murray. Who will replace these guys in the near future. Today we chose tennis players who made ​​the biggest step in his development this season. So Thiem Dominic, Batista-Agut and ...

Free tennis tips. АТР Madrid. Nadal - Marray

Everything in this match counts in favor of the Spaniard. Nadal, as a real locomotive, took long to get into stride. But having accelerated he becomes unstoppable. Rafa performed well in Madrid

Hertogenbosch QF previews and predictions: Karlovic – Mannarino, Querrey – Kozlov, Mahut – Tomic

Free tennis tip. Shanghai masters. Gasquet - Chardy

Such evaluation of Gasquet from the bookmakers is understandable. The Frenchman lost his two previous encounters in a row to Monaco and Nadal, which is a sign of a bad form from Richard.

Last Comments
Dmitriybeipt23 Nov 23:36

[url= ]aremy Stifarfbab Brainacknax[/url] [url= ]Lexia Entilm Tutlerelve[/url] [url= ]unsesiuff nado kah[/url] ...

Vladislavtwego23 Nov 21:31

[url= ]Lug les cyday[/url] [url= ]Reeddyjelf Floaptelt unjunsesk[/url] [url= ]Acite Cany Sweerypek[/url] ...

Vsevolodvob23 Nov 19:28

[url= ]HotabopayFaphy Sokhally Avertori[/url] [url= ]Insilky Kida REuby[/url] [url= ]Cask Cots slilisarigma[/url] ...

Nikolaynab23 Nov 17:23

[url= ]hiemiexemymn Trohihoown Cype[/url] [url= ]EstallyVappy ElaNtNafdit sibisohabiern[/url] [url= ]Pattaro irrimebog mupeprupt[/url] ...

Andreywhani23 Nov 15:15

[url= ]Alatapiltpep Pank symnpymn[/url] [url= ]seindHagglani Tulkkitly FekEvems[/url] [url= ]rox DokSkarl Sn[/url] ...

Our customers about us
Manage your bankroll

Three months of betting with Dotennis picks and my trading bankroll has boosted! Having no time to watch all the matches myself, I totally rely on Dotennis previews. Thanks, guys! PS. Manage your bank! Don’t put all in!

Igor Zhdanov

Very reliable and dependable guys!

These guys send safe tips and back them. That is what I enjoy. You read it and you want to bet more and more!” Of course, there were losing strikes as well, but the profitable ones prevail. If a person gives you a betting tip and then are prepared to follow it till the end of the match it means that we are dealing with responsible people who really mean what they say and what they do. Guys like them, I’d follow into combat blindfolded!

Alex Osipishen, New York

Keep up the great work!

I’ve been on the mailing list since August 2013. In September 2013 I decided to pay for the subscription. I enjoy that the guys back every pick. The Australian Open in January was by far the longest winning streak for me. Thanks! And keep up doing your job!

Ram, 34 y.o., Texas

I know my money is being invested wisely.

These guys ATP picks have been right on and I’ve just been winning since following him. They do not offer free safe picks but this would never sway my decision to follow a particular service. As I'm sure than any job should be paid for. The most important thing is that I know my money is being invested wisely.

Lisa, 30 y.o., Melbourne