Analysis for Simon-Gil (ATP Monte Carlo)

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Time 18th Apr 2012
Event Simon-Gil (ATP Monte Carlo)
Tip Gil +4
Office Pinnacle
Units 2
Odds 2.010
Result 12:3
Outcome -2.000
Analysis

Head-to-head record 2:0

Portuguese qualifier Frederico Gil will play Gilles Simon from France in the second round of Monte Carlo tournament. Simon is an experienced player who should be able to keep his nerves in most important moments. He is known for his speed, agility, mental strength and tennis brain. His backhand is considered his best shot as he is capable of expertly creating angles and varying his shots in addition to taking the ball earlier and unleashing flat and penetrating backhand drives. He is also very capable on the forehand side, and his forehand is the wing with which he is able to attack opponents. His technique is seamless, and this enables him to absorb and redirect powerful shots. As mentioned before, he is also a tactical player who can vary his hit point on both sides, keeping the ball on his strings until the very last moment, and then suddenly taking the ball early with random injections of pace. This keeps his opponents off-guard; hence, although he is widely classed as a counter-puncher, it is often he who controls the points. His opponent is clay court specialist Frederico Gil. He is 9-8 this season, he defeated Brugues (1-6, 7-6, 7-5) and Darcis (6-3, 3-6, 7-5) in qualies here. He demolished Youzhny in the first round (6-1, 6-3). Two points bet on handicap bet.

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