Rafael Nadal vs Roger Federer – Wimbledon:Rafael Nadal is a Spanish 33-year old tennis player who is ranked in 2nd place of the ATP Rankings.
He is amongst the best in the world, being practically unanimous that he is the best player ever on clay, especially because his playstyle suits it.
He is a player that likes long rallies and to play defensively, almost always playing from the baseline, being quick, athletic, and knowing how to mix his game well.
He mixes his plays very well, being very strong mentally and being able to be consistent, also being strong on the 5-set matches.
Negatively, he is a player that struggles on the fast surfaces and had some troubles with injuries, which were already overcome. He has won this year on the Roma Masters and in Roland Garros.
Roger Federer is a 37-year-old Swiss tennis player who is in 3rd place of the ATP Rankings.
He is well-known for being the best player ever of this sport, and it is truly incredible for him to be playing at this age still, a age where many players have already retired, but his talent and ability make him still be amongst the best players in the world currently.
He is a very intelligent player, with a great touch and an excellent one-handed backhand. He likes to mix up his game, but he tries to attack the points more (especially because his legs aren’t the same anymore).
He uses the slices a lot and he serves very well. He won the ATP Dubai this year and the Miami Masters as well.
Who would have thought that these 2 players would still be facing off at this time of their careers? I think this will be a very balanced match and that can go to either player.
Nadal opened up as favourite and he still is considered the favourite, and I believe that trend will continue.
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Rafael Nadal vs Roger Federer- Prediction and Betting Tip: :
It is true that grass is Fed’s surface, but this grass is slow, and the one in the Center Court is even slower, with the Swiss already having complained about it, and that only favours Nadal.
I think that besides that, he has a lot more resistance and strength and in case the match goes to 5 sets, he will have all the advantage.
This is definitely a somewhat risky bet. The odds could be better, but I think it still has a lot of value.