Tennis tips and betting picks. Juan Martin Del Potro v Stan Wawrinka in the US Open QF 2016
Del Potro has benefited from Dominic Thiem second set retirement and had more time of rest in between. On the other hand, the Argentine has many issues that can't be solved right now. Most importantly, the service play, the basis for Delpo's tennis, isn't as reliable as it could be. Unlike Ferrer, who didn't stand up against the Argentine's pressure, Stan is likely to show his teeth. Currently, Del Potro displays less consistent movements and shows a weaker backhand wing.
We guess, that the third-ranked Swiss' actions will predetermine the outcome of the matchup. Wawrinka's main opponent now is he himself. Whether he'll manage to be reliable and fully concentrated – this is the question. The bookies offer high odds at the Swiss' victory. We advise to catch the odds as the event's stage is worth struggling.
Betting pick: We offer to back Wawrinka at high betting odds. William Hill odds on Stan Wawrinka is 13/10 while 8/13 for Juan Martin del Potro.
Tennis tips and betting picks. Kei Nishikori v Andy Murray in the US Open QF 2016
Andy Murray has literally destroyed Grigor Dimitrov. The Bulgarian played well and didn't deserve such a blowout. Murray simply didn't give him any chance to get into the match. The star power was on Murray's side as the Scot made practically no mistakes and got all shots in. Up for him now is Kei Nishikori who also shows highly efficient tennis in New York. Unfortunately for Japanese, he has no real winning chances. We don't expect that it will be a one-way traffic win for Andy as the Japanese is highly motivated to take revenge after the recent Olympics defeat. Nevertheless, the betting lines offered imply complete dominance of Murray.
Betting pick: Nishikori is capable of offer much resistance to the Scot and is capable of taking a set and cover the Total Ove market. You can find this match and other highlights at William Hill online tennis odds page.
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