Best Odds Djokovic vs Nishikori Madrid Open 2018

Best Odds Djokovic vs Nishikori Madrid Open 2018. Former world number one Novak Djokovic is fighting ti get to his former glory on the ATP World Tour. Between 2011-2016 he was the best player in the world and when he won the French Open 2016 he was on top of the tennis world holding all 4 Slams at the same time. Since then the Serbian has fallen deep in the rankings and this year he is 5-5 at the ATP World Tour.

Best Odds Djokovic vs Nishikori Madrid Open 2018

BETSSON gives you 2.15 on Kei Nishikori today and 1.70 on Djokovic.

Because the Japanese number one has produced better tennis in his comeback then Djokovic. Nishikori was in the finals in Monte Carlo (and did beat players like Berdych, Cilic and Zverev on his way) and Djokovic has not made any good results at all this year. Nishikori should feel he has the upper hand against the Serb today.

Maybe because he is 11-2 in the head to head with Nishikori and has most of the times defeated the Japanse star easy. But this was before when Djokovic was the best player in the world. Right now he is on place 76 in this years Race to London compared to Nishikori on 15th place. Bet on Djokovic if you believe he can produce on his highest level for two sets today. If he can´t Nishikori will be too good.



– NISHIKORI winner in 3 sets

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Nishikori started the year winning a Challenger in Dallas and is 9-5 on the ATP World Tour. In Monte Carlo he defeated Thomas Berdych, Andreas Seppi, Marin Cilic and Alex Zverev on his way to the final (Lost to Nadal). Nishikori is number 15 on the Race to London.

Djokovic is 5-5 on the ATP World Tour this year and number 76 on the Race to London. The Serb won 3 matches in Melbourne before losing in straight sets to Hyeon Chung. In march he lost in the first match in Indian Wells and Miami to Taro Daniel and Benoit Paire. Djokovic won 2 rounds in Monte Carlo before losing to Thiem and lost in the first round in Barcelona to 140-ranked Martin Klizan.



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Mikael Olsson

Mikael is a passionate tennis-lover since Björn Borg won the epic Wimbledon final against John McEnroe 1980. Mikael has written over 4 000 articles covering the ATP World Tour and has a +80% success rate in his tennis predictions.

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