Tennis tips and betting predictions. Alexander Zverev vs Fernando Verdasco at the Moselle Open 2015
Aleksandr Zverev feels comfortable on hard courts, especially on fast indoor courts. Zverev has a decent serve and nice baseline game. And this is all you need when playing indoors. The young German is on good form and motivated to take as much ranking points as possible. So we expect him to try his best in the upcoming match.
Fernando Verdasco rarely shows good tennis in the first round of the ATP 250 tournament (if it’s not hold in Spain). So it’s quite possible it will be his last match in Metz. But this is only one of the scenarios. Things will be different, if Verdasco decides to try harder. In this case, the chance of winning is almost equal for both players. Hard courts usually don’t suit Verdasco’s style. Alexander also should not have any troubles playing against the left-handed Spaniard, as Zverev has a powerful backhand.
Dotennis believes that Zverer has better chances to win.
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