Juan Martin Del Potro vs John Isner – US Open :Juan Martin Del Potro is an Argentinian player with 29 years of age
who is currently ranked in 3rd place of the ATP Rankings.
Del Potro is a player with great quality. Last year he managed to assert himself on the circuit and get some results he had accomplished previously.
This year, he is playing very good tennis and his ranking proves exactly that.
He has won the ATP Acapulco and the Indian Wells Masters this season.
Del Potro is an experienced player and he has already won this tournament in the past.
With the semi-finals to defend here, Del Potro has been very consistent on this tournament and he has beaten everyone in 3 sets: Donald Young, Denis Kudla, Fernando Verdasco and finally Borna Coric.
The Argentinian is on a very good moment of form.
John Isner is a North-American player that has 33 years of age and that occupies the 11th position of the ATP Rankings.
Isner is a very dangerous player to face due to his playstyle that is based on one of the best serves in the circuit, that is extremely difficult to be broken.
Isner has been playing well this season, especially during the 2nd half of the season. He has won the Miami Masters, reached the semi-
finals in Wimbledon and also won the ATP Newport.
Here he has already surpassed last year’s 3rd round. He has beaten Bradley Klahn in 3 sets, Nicolas Jarry in 5 sets, Dusan Lajovic in 4 sets and finally Milos Raonic in 5 sets.
Head-to-head record: 7-4 Del Potro
Juan Martin Del Potro vs John Isner – Betting Tip and Prediction:
Juan Martin Del Potro will have a somewhat complicated match here, since Isner has been playing well, eliminating some good players, especially Raonic on the last round, and playing at home, he will always have a strong support from the crowd.
Del Potro in turn is very consistent here and playing one of his best tournaments of the season.
He hasn’t dropped a single set yet and the level that he has been presenting has been truly impressive.
The last time these two have faced each other in fast surfaces, Isner had the upper hand so I expect the Argentinian to get his revenge here.
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