In the last five games, Medvedev has never played a tie-break. Less than 9.5 games have been played in 4 of Krajinovic's last 5 matches in the first set.Bet Now!
This was Medvedev's ninth win in a row, taking into account his victory at the US Open in mid-September. Daniel is now in great shape and the victory at the New York Major gave the Russian incredible confidence in his abilities. So Medvedev is the main favorite to win the current Masters.
And in the opening match in Indian Wells, he dealt with Marcos Chiron in two games (7-6, 7-5). On hard, the Serbian tennis player has five wins and five defeats this season. In Indian Wells, we recall that Krajinovic's best achievement was reaching the 1/8 finals of the competition. More tennis bet predictions can be obtained from the link provided.
Our prediction is a total under 20 games for 1.71 odds in 1xBet bookmaker.
Krajinovic beat Medvedev at Indian Wells, but it looks like it's time for the Russian to take revenge. Daniel has made incredible progress this season by winning the US Open. So it will be extremely difficult to stop him on the way to the next trophy.
The second prediction is Medvedev's victory with a handicap (-6) games for a coefficient of 2.20.
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