The Tennis match between Murray vs Wawrinka will take place on 03.06.2016 in ATP - SINGLES: French Open (France) France. The tipster klac makes the betting prediction a win for Murray in the Full Time and stakes 27 at the odds 1.8 from Bwin. From this Money Line Tennis prediction the tipster klac can make a possible profit of 21.60.
ATP - SINGLES: French Open (France), clay - Semifinals
We reached the finals of Roland Garros in a semifinal of myocardial where we show more than guaranteed.
Defending champion Wawrinka reached his sixth semifinal in a Grand Slam (second in Paris), this 2016 has had a regular year with regard to Clay, played 15 games with 12 wins and 3 losses.
Reached the quarterfinals in Monte Carlo where he fell to Nadal, Roma remained in second round after losing to Monaco and was crowned champion in Geneva winning in the end to Croatian Cilic.
Roland Garros in the story is different now Wawa has not had any problems to get rid of rivals. Rosol 3-0, 3-0 Taro Daniel, Chardy 3-0, 3-1 Trocki (perhaps the game that has had some inconvenience), and finally 3-0 to Spanish Ramos.
Wawa is playing good tennis RG, so far has been strong in his shots and has had good effectiveness in services, but it is also true that has been accessible rivals.
On the other hand the British Andy Murray arrives with a 8-6 winning record against the Swiss, but with the aim of breaking a losing streak of three straight losses before him. Although the British going through its best moment on clay after winning the Rome final to Novak Djokovic he has never beaten the Swiss on Sept. 1 on clay.
If you break this losing streak, Murray will become the first Briton since Bunny Austin in 1937 to reach the final of this competition. If it fails, Wawrinka will become the oldest finalist since Niki Pilic tournament in 1973.
Many things through in this meeting, of course I think Murray arrives at a better time, the early rounds he has played Andy Murray had to row against the tide once again at Roland Garros in 2016. Exceeded sets 0-2 to Stepanek in the first round, 1-2 to Bourgue in second and 0-1 to Richard Gasquet who was very motivated by his people.
Despite this the Briton managed to pull this off is that the British have incredible mental capacity can be 2 set down and the rival kick for Match but played every ball as if it were the last and this is what makes a player more complete.
By the Swiss I can not say the same and that is when Stan does not leave things instead of looking for some motivation or change the Chip is where it is most frustrates and worse would things turn out.
I know this is a different game and that is why they need more concentration, because the end is what makes you carry on to win the matches, today step Thiem, the Austrian started well but began to fill error what did lose the first set, the second set was accumulating unforced errors, but when he started to win difficult points and more in the tie when he was almost about to lose was a plus that full of confidence, despite the 3rd set started 2-0, managed to recover and stay with him, and in the fourth set Goffin had fallen mentally what led him to fill with errors since it began to look Thiem their winners.
Something similar can happen to wawa as it is a player that when viewed with great disadvantage prefer to shoot the set and not fight to the end, opposite to Murray who never gives a point lost.
Well speak of his blows think this other, we know a good one-handed backhand Swiss and Andy Reverse 2 hands, different styles but are your best weapon.
Regarding the kick I think Stan handles it better as long as you enter the first services since with the 2nd Murray you can put in trouble because it is not a long or placed or loaded is slice, it is practically a past.
Murray meanwhile has greatly improved its service so you should also take advantage of it, because if wawa becomes fine with the serve will be a very difficult game.
In closing I think Murray comes with the mentality butt and eager to break that losing streak against the Swiss and reach their first final at Roland Garros.
Pick: a win for Murray in the Full Time