Tennis tips and betting picks: Kevin Anderson v Vasek Pospisil in the US Open 2016
Vasek Pospisil had no troubles in his U.S. Open first-rounder against Jozef Kovalik. The Slovak actually played too softly and showed very poor tennis. His first serve was at 102 mph (165 km/h), which enabled Vasek to catch the initiative and close out the match.
Up for Canadian now is the South African Kevin Anderson who has displayed great confidence against Nishioka in the opening round. He managed to serve the first ball at 125 mph (200 kmp/h) and it will be a huge argument against Vasek.
We don’t expect that Anderson will get a routine victory. It’s more likely that we’ll see three of four sets. The offered negative handicap on Anderson is only -1.5 at the odds of 1.7. It’s not that much but covers a variety of scenarios. It may be either a confident win by Anderson in 3 sets or an accidentially won set by Pospisil (the Canadian may a tiebreaker or break one of the opponent’s serve and then hold his one).
Betting pick: The -1.5 handicap on Kevin Anderson
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