Tennis tips and betting picks. Novak Djokovic v Jo-Wilfred Tsonga in the US Open QF
Novak Djokovic has raised his level considerably against Kyle Edmund. The Serb has displayed complete dominance on the court and controlled the entire match. The World No. 1 has spent too little efforts and will be in-form in the upcoming quarterfinal clash.
Up for him now is Jo-Wilfred Tsonga who has never been a real trouble to the Serb. The Frenchmale has made a deep run in New York but he has shown nothing extraordinary. He displays decent percentage of the first serve. However, to resist Novak he’ll have to keep it up to 60-56% for the entire clash, which is a challenging task to fulfill.
Betting pick: Dotennis team expect to see the repetition of the Djokovic – Edmund match. Tsonga is more experienced and is a bigger server, but the essence of the match shall stay the same. We’d play at the handicap market, but don’t take a handicap larger than -6.
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