Tennis tip and betting predictions. Jerzy Janowicz v Joao Sousa at Montpellier 2015
Jerzy Janowicz showed very good tennis against Gilles Simon. It was very glad to see that Janowicz had improved his play as comparing to the first round. So there are all reasons to suppose that in the semifinal clash the Pole would perform even better. His shots are tight and accurate, drop volleys are working out and backhand is very consistent. Judging by his spotless win over Kohlschreiber, Joao Sousa is in a good form too.
Joao Sousa knows how to play big servers. He possesses reliable defensive weapons and applies significant pressure to his opponent’s backhand. He is also quite good at counterattacking. But his future opponent Jerzy Janowicz is too good for the Portuguese No.1. Janowicz, as we’ve previously mentioned it, gains speed in the course of the tournament. Now he has all chances to win the prestigious title and get 80 thousand euro to his bank account. So the Pole will be highly motivated in this match. Generally we think that Jiri will take the whole situation under his control. And Joao Sousa will have to outdo himself to come off victorious. Will he be able to do this? Our betting team doubts it.
So we consider Jerzy Janowicz to be the favorite in this match. Considering his outstanding booming serve his chances to the final are very high and he should easily beat the Portuguese.
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