Tennis tips and betting picks: Stan Wawrinka v Kei Nishikori in the US Open semifinal match
Stan Wawrinka has surprisingly reached the US Open semifinals. The Swiss came within one point of the third-round defeat against Dan Evans. Ilya Marchenko and Juan Martin Del Potro were defeated with more confidence. Generally, tennis this year has much in common with poker tournaments. In order to get the title, you’ll have to get one lucky win. By the way, fortune also favored Kei Nishikori to guarantee the Japanese' appearance in the last four.
Kei Nishikori has triumphed over Andy Murray, but the Scot was stronger. Murray lacked concentration and couldn’t survive that match mentally. The same happened in the Cincinnati final. In our view, it would be much better for Andy to take a break to rest somewhere on the seaside getting his top form for the London Finals.
As for the upcoming semifinal clash, Wawrinka looks more preferable. He is capable of getting points be serving big and producing powerful shots. Nishikori will have to play another match at highest speeds and full concentration to win it. Keep it in mind that Kei has had a much tougher last month than the Swiss.
Betting pick: The positive handicap market on Wawrinka looks valuable. Different scenarios may ensure the win of the bet: confident win by Stan in 3-4 sets or the Japanese’ win losing one set.
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