John Isner vs Bradley Klahn – US Open :John Isner is a 33-year old North American player
that occupies the 11th place on the ATP Rankings.
Isner is a very tall player, having on his serve his great weapon, and he is a complicated player to face in fast surfaces. Isner has been making a good season and in American soil, he is always a very dangerous player.
Isner has won the Miami Masters and the ATP Atlanta this year and he also reached the semi-finals in Wimbledon, on a marathon of tennis with Kevin Anderson that lost on a 5th set. Here he hasn’t gone past the 3rd round for 2 years in a row.
Bradley Klahn is a 28-year-old North-American player that occupies the 95th position on the ATP Rankings.
Bradley Kahn is an American that plays well, being a lefty, playing well and having a good forehand. On these surfaces, he is a clearly dangerous player.
He is a former top 100, but then he was absent due to some physical issues, but now he has returned, and he is back inside the top 100. Klahn has won a Challenger this year and also reached a Challenger final.
On the top tournaments, he did very well on the qualifying stages and was able to reach the main draws of Wimbledon, Masters Toronto and Masters Cincinnati, reaching the 2nd round in all of them. Here, he has lost on the qualifiers last year.
Head-to-head: 1-0 Isner
John Isner vs Bradley Klahn – Betting Tip and Prediction:
On this encounter, I expect a truly balanced 1st set where both will hold their serves and therefore, the set should be solved on the tie-break, where I give the advantage to John Isner.
These tennis players have faced each other 4 years ago on Winston Salem and exactly that has happened, with Isner winning the tie-break on the 1st set.
I don’t believe there will be breaks at an early stage and on the tie-break, Isner is definitely the stronger player, due to the quality of his serve and his experience on these situations.
The odds are very interesting for Isner to win 7-6 on the 1st set, and they have value.
PREDICTION AND BETTING TIP
|Isner 7-6 SET 1||