Roger-Vasselin – Karlovic Match Preview. Paris Masters 2015
Roger-Vasselin has already played two 3-sets matches in qualification, where he defeated very strong guys. It says that he’s really motivated to show good result in Paris. But it seems like he won’t be able to do so, as his next opponent Ivo Karlovic is much stronger than him at the moment. The Croat has an extremely powerful serve and has an ability to improve is tennis along the match. Roger is ready to put a good fight, but Karlovic, who is hard as nails, shouldn’t give him a chance.
So, Karlovic is a favorite of this encounter.
Ferrer – Dolgopolov Match Preview. Paris Masters 2015
Ferrer had a successful tournament in Vienna. After that he took a week off to prepare for Paris. Ferrer always has a slow start of a tournament firing up along the way. He also needs time to adjust his game to the surface. Dolgopolov had a good match against Vesely, where he successfully used his signature volleys to win points. His changing rhythm of the game is uncomfortable for most of the players on tour. Ferrer will need time to get used to it, so it’s quite possible that the beginning of the match will be dictated by the Ukrainian player. Ferrer is a favorite, but it won't be an easy match for him, especially in the beginning.
Sock – Troicki Match Preview. Paris Masters 2015
Sock will be playing his 10th match in 11 days, which is taking toll on his physical condition. The American looked very exhausted in his last match against Federer. Nevertheless, he can still survive at least one meeting after a rest day. Troicky, who is really inconsistent this season, still can do a good job, at least on his serve. Troicky also usually feels highly inspired at major tournaments. It will be the first meeting between them, so we can expect an interesting hard-fought encounter.
Sock is a slight favorite, but we won’t be surprised by any result.
Herbert – Bautista Agut Match Preview. Paris Masters 2015
Herbert hasn’t played for a long time already, but he can still show pretty decent tennis, especially on his home ground in Paris. The only concern is whether he has fully recovered. Bautista Agut got his leg injured playing against Sousa, so we can’t expect him to be at his best.
Bautista Agut is a favorite, but Herrbert’s victory won’t shock us either
Rosol – Garcia-Lopez Match Preview. Paris Masters 2015.
Garcial-Lopez is a very consistent player, who feels great at the baseline as well. He’s on good form. It will be Rosol’s third match in Paris, so he had enough time to adjust to the surface. It’s definitely an advantage, but it doesn’t mean it will be easier to play against Garcia-Lopez. You need to be really consistent to break Garcia’s defense, while Lukas is not the most consistent player.
Garcia-Lopez is a favorite, but Rosol should put up a good figtht.
Belucci – Djokovic Match Preview. Paris Masters 2015
Belucci has hardly beaten Gabashvili in the previous round, showing very low first serve percentage along the way. He also made too many mistakes and had terrible footwork. Novak Djokovic should comfortably beat him to reach the next round.
Djokovic is a definite favorite.
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