The only personal meeting of athletes, held at the Us Open in 2019, ended with the victory of Nadal in three games (7-6; 6-4; 6-1). Let's see if Rafael repeats his long-standing success.Bet Now!
Both meetings followed a similar scenario. At first the Italian won two starting sets and then, due to a loss of concentration, he allowed his opponents to return to the game. Recall that also during the current competition, Berrettini defeated Brandon Nakashima, Stefan Kozlov and Pablo Carreno-Busta.
It took five sets (6-3, 6-4, 4-6, 3-6, 3-6) to defeat Canadian Rafa. The eminent Spaniard outplayed the rest of his rivals in Melbourne with a calmer score. Victories were won over Marcos Giron, Yannick Hanfmann, Karen Khachanov and Adrian Mannarino.
Our prediction is for a total less than 40 games for odds 1.74 in BC 1xBet.
Nadal beat Berrettini at the US Open three years ago. And he did it in three sets. We believe that Rafa will have enough experience and physical strength to beat the more mobile and powerful Berrettini again. The Spaniard looks good in the current Australian Open, so we believe in his victory in the upcoming meeting.
The second prediction is Nadal's victory with a handicap (-3) of the game for a coefficient of 1.78.
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