Struff vs Verdasco Tennis Betting Tips

The new ATP Cup is history and now the top stars enjoy a week’s break before the first Grand Slam tournament of the year is on the program. Meanwhile, two smaller 250cc tournaments are held in Auckland and Adelaide.

Struff vs Verdasco Tennis Betting Tips

Competition: ATP Adelaide International

Date: Jan 14th 2020 – Cancelled

Betting Tips 1

Odds: 1.64

Stake: 7/10 units

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From a German-speaking perspective, only Jan-Lennard Struff is in action for the men this week. The 29-year-old serves in Adelaide and faces Fernando Verdasco in the first round.

For Germany’s number two, the duel with the Spanish veteran is an extremely unpleasant first round. In the world rankings, the two players are separated by just under ten places, and “Struffi” has never been able to win against the Spaniard. In the third duel it should work for the first time.

On the Adelaide hard court, Jan Lennard Struff against Fernando Verdasco is the favorite according to current bookmaker odds. The top game of the first round is scheduled for the night session, so early risers should be able to watch the game live on Tuesday morning.

Jan-Lennard Struff – Statistics & current form

Current position in the world rankings: 37.
Position in the seed list: 7

Jan-Lennard Struff is in 37th place a week before the Australian Open. The Warsteiner only missed a coveted position at the first Grand Slam tournament down under. However, if “Struffi” maintains its shape in the second half of the year, an early new Career High (currently rank 33) is only a matter of time.

In his twelfth year as a tennis professional, Struff could break the top 30 for the first time in 2020. The German number two does not have many defenses to defend in the first weeks of the season. Last year, for example, he was beaten in the first round of the Australian Open and even failed in qualifying at the 500 tournament in Rotterdam.

The tall struff definitely has room for improvement. At the new ATP Cup, Struff was already in early form. He narrowly lost to a well-performing Nick Kyrgios before he had no problems with no-name Pervolarakis from Greece and top talent Felix Auger-Aliassime (after all number 21 in the world).

Confidence is extremely important for his enormously powerful and risky game. Again and again he looks for the lines and quickly goes straight to the point. Victories against David Goffin, Marin Cilic, Alexander Zverev or Stefanos Tsitsipas last season came as no surprise. The start to 2020 is promising and in this regard we see very good chances of success between Struff and Verdasco in the prediction for the Germans.

Jung-Papa Struff also proves that he is not only a professional, but also thinks outside the box. After recently offsetting the CO2 emissions for his flight, he asked his followers on Twitter to do the same. Compatriot Yannick Hanfmann (approximately the # 170 in the world) asked him to compensate for the remaining flights. No sooner said than done, he added up all the flights from 2019 and donated this amount too!

Last matches by Jan-Lennard Struff:

🎾 01/07/2020 – Struff vs. Auger-Aliassime 6-1, 6-4 (ATP Cup)
🎾 01/05/2020 – Struff vs. Pervolarakis 6-4, 6-1 (ATP Cup)
🎾 01/03/2020 – Kyrgios vs. Struff 6-4, 7-6 (ATP Cup)

Fernando Verdasco – Statistics & current form

Current position in the world rankings: 49.
Position in the seed list: unset

Fernando Verdasco, who is now 36 years old, had no place in the ATP Cup in the strong Spanish team. The 36-year-old is in the late autumn of his career. The former top ten player is currently ranked 50th. Although there are no great successes, Verdasco is still a tireless fighter and still an extremely unpleasant opponent.

The Spaniard ended the 2019 calendar year with a slightly negative record of 26 wins and 27 losses. For the first time since 2015 – and only for the second time in his professional career – there have been more defeats than victories for Verdasco. The best result was a quarter-final at the Masters tournament in Rome or the round of 16 at Wimbledon.

Verdasco’s current season started last week in the Doha desert. Verdasco celebrated victories against compatriot Pablo Andujar (anything but a hard court specialist) and against Filip Krajinovic. The success against the Serbs was quite surprising, however, this had great problems when serving (19 break balls for Verdasco).

He then missed his first semifinals since Vienna 2018 against a qualifier. Verdasco lost in three hard-fought sets against Corentin Moutet. Struff is undoubtedly higher, a strong struff even more so. Verdasco’s fighting spirit can pose problems for his opponents, but we only see value between Struff and Verdasco when typing on the Germans!

Last matches from Fernando Verdasco:

🎾 01/10/2020 – Moutet vs. Verdasco 6-4, 4-6, 6-4 (Doha)
🎾 01/08/2020 – Verdasco vs. Krajinovic 7-5, 4-6, 6-0 (Doha)
🎾 01/06/2020 – Verdasco vs. Andujar 6-4, 6-3 (Doha)

Struff vs Verdasco – Head to Head Statistics

Head to head: 0: 2

In a direct comparison, the Spanish veteran has the edge – the 36-year-old has decided the two previous games for himself. This comparison is somewhat relativized both by the fact that the two games were some years ago (2013 and 2014) and by the topping. Both times the game was played on clay – Fernando Verdasco’s favorite surface and that at a time when Struff was not yet at the current level.

Jan-Lennard Struff vs Fernando Verdasco – ATP Adelaide Tennis Betting Tips by PickSoccer.com

The only German tennis professional who is represented on the ATP tour this week has been allocated an unpleasant first-round ticket. The game against Fernando Verdasco, who is seven years older, will certainly not be a sure-fire success, but should “Struffi” build on the performance of the ATP Cup, the chances of winning are extremely good. Between Struff and Verdasco, the best odds on the Germans are just over 1.60!

Key facts – Jan-Lennard Struff vs Fernando Verdasco tips

⭐️ Struff scratches his career high in world rankings # 33
⭐️ In 2013 and 2014 Verdasco won the only two games
⭐️ In 2019 there were more defeats than victories for Verdasco – only for the second time!

The head-to-head between the two doesn’t matter to us, as Struff was a very different player five to six years ago than he is today. Strong serve, good game on the net, many winners – with these weapons he should bring Verdasco to his knees.

The Spaniard now has weak phases in his game again and again. In this respect we see the value of the German and bet between Struff and Verdasco for the prediction of the Struff victory in the amount of seven units!

 

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