A second distinct level of talent is rising on the ATP tour. With Novak and Andy clearly at the top, Rafa and Roger are ripe to fall. Now there is a kind of player ready to get to that second tier by demonstrating dominance over all but the top two. Who are they and what did they win last weekend? Also which of the two is becoming known for his prowess of taking down titles early in the year? Read all of this in your Apex Tennis Betting feature.
Nishikori Proves He Can Handle Power
Even at mid level events, winning three times in a row is quite a feat. Kei Nishikori is proving himself quite able in dispatching all but the most elite of the game as he won in Memphis again. Kevin Anderson was on a surface that other than grass is best suited for his game. Kei beat him in straight sets with neither of them going to a tie break. The stage was set for failure as he went to three sets in all his other matches. Kudos to Kei and a reminder to tail him against anyone below Stan Wawrinka’s talent level.
Speaking Of Stan
Early in the season is where Wawrinka seems to peek. Aussie open deep runs and now a Rotterdam title to boot. He beat Berdych when Tomas was on his game and a set up in the final. He has dominated the head to head as of the last six times they met. He even took care of Raonic but had a harder time coping with a big serve than Kei did in Memphis. It took two tight tiebreaks to get past Milos.
For lack of originality, the ATP event in France this week is known as Open 13. Stan leads a deep field that also has Raonic, Monfils and Simon. Wawrinka’s future price is close to +250. This is an excellent chance at getting a great return on a line that is slightly off. Apex Tennis Betting is imploring you to wager on the favorite at America’s Bookie. Until next time, we will rail Stan and count that cash should he triumph in France.