ATP Doha 2015 tennis tips and betting predictions. Novak Djokovic versus Ivo Karlovic
Novak Djokovic has given no chances to his opponents by now and has easily thrashed both of them. In the first two matches Lajovic and Stakhovsky managed to take only three games each. Djokovic plays with a surgical accuracy: all shots are made in good time and with the necessary power applied. Of course, no one is perfect and even the Serb makes some mistakes, but in general terms, he shows high-quality tennis! There is something about Serena Williams in a good mood. But we’ve noticed some black spots in the Serb’s play. He always finds it difficult to play big servers. His sharp return is not well suitable for it. We hope, all of you remember his battles against John Isner and two close matches against Milos Raonic on clay in 2014.
Ivo Karlovic belongs exactly to the group of players with extra fast serve. But the Croat is not without disadvantages either. He has had two relatively easy matches but suffered troubles with Rosol (when he faced break points) and with Basilshvili (the Croatian lost his serve). Taking into account Novak’s level of tennis, we are sure that it would be almost impossible for Karlovic to reach tie break in the upcoming match which might take all his concentration. It’s also very unlikely that Karlovic will improve his serving records as comparing to his match versus Basilashvili (then he hit 70% of first serves in).
Dotennis team thinks that Novak Djokovic has big chances to make two breaks.
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