Wimbledon R2 previews and predictions: Djokovic – Mannarino, Almagro – Istomin, Goffin – Roger-Vasselin
Novak Djokovic v Adriano Mannarino
Novak Djokovic has defeated the British player James Ward to progress to the second round. The Serb pushed hard in the first set but then he eased up and confidently finished the match. We don’t think that his tactics will change anyhow in the following encounters. At the French Open Novak strated to show his maximum only on the semifinal stage against Dominic Thiem.
Adrian Mannarino has decently performed against Kyle Edmund. The French male has hit some aces and shown good baseline techniques. However, there have been some double errors. The flat shots are also highly efficient. The upcoming match will be held on the main court. The court is wall-hidden so there should be no wind, which must positively influence the play. Mannarino won’t survive the match physically. He may win a set in the beginning, but then he’ll be blown out. The handicap is too risky bet at, while the total can be covered.
Betting pick: We expect to see many games in the upcoming match. (To those who want to take risk, we advise to back one set won by Mannarino. This outcome is hugely underestimated and is valuable).
Nicolas Almagro v Denis Istomin
Nicolas Almagro has wasted too many efforts in the first round. The Spaniard lacks consistency and he commits too many errors. The grass surface doesn’t favor him and the balance can hardly be found due to fast speeds. Istomin will be a much challenging opponent. Denis is better adapted to the surface and has defeated the Spanish opponent twice on grass. The Uzbek is more consistent and has progressed to the second round for his high-quality play in rallies and brilliant second serve. What is more, Denis is more accurate with his first serve and will win his games. We bet that Istomin will dominate on court this time taking full control over the match.
Betting pick: Negative handicap on Denis Istomin.
David Goffin v Edouard Roger-Vasselin
David Goffin has surprised us with his consistency. The Belgian made no double errors and afforded his opponent to create no break points, while converting many of them himself. Now we see it wasn’t accidently when David defeated Djokovic in the exhibition match. As for Roger-Vasselin, he has capitalized on Gabashvili’s mistakes. Yes, the Frenchmale has shown decent footwork and has been more reliable, but his level is rather mediocre. He has nothing to wait for facing top class players in England. David Goffin will move faster and must retain his faultless play. Moreover, the French finds it hard to get into the play so it may be a blowout by David Goffin.
Betting pick: David Goffin is a clear favorite. Negative handicap on the Belgian.
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