Oceane Dodin vs Parmentier by Patyi
Tip based on Asian handicap. Not familiar with handicaps? Read our Asian handicap betting guide
Oceane Dodin plays inconsistent attacking tennis with a good serve, her groundstrokes are powerful but not well-controlled and she rarely hits good angles, most of time her balls bouncing in the middle of the baseline. And of course her movement is very limited. If she has a good serve day, she has a chance against average or inconsistent players on fast courts but her chances are very slim on slow hard courts.
Pauline Parmentier is the typical average girl, she has good serve but not excellent, she has good footwork, especially in her size but not a best mover, she has a good forehand but that is not a perfect shot and her backhand is weak. Nothing special, some good serve and forehand and consistent average play what are sometimes enough against mediocre or out of form players. But she has good results in Miami, she played some tight matches against Stephens, Stosur, Osaka and won some matches in first round and in qualifing rounds last years. And she has been playing good tennis recently, on her last two tournaments (Acapulco, IW) she won against Gibbs, Petkovic, Putintseva and today opponent Dodin. And of course she played horror match against Kerber.
They have played four times each other and we can see an obvious statistic: Dodin can win on faster surfaces in tight battle but Pauline wins on slow surfaces easily. Dodin won two times on indoor hard court (7-6 6-3 and 7-6 6-2) and Pauline won two slow court battles (6-1 6-1 and 6-2 6-4). Indian Wells was a better surface for Dodin, but she lost easily against her fellow countrywoman and Parmentier always plays better than her average tennis in Miami, she always fights so this is a must bet for me.
|Parmentier -1.5 sets||Unibet||2.50||10||0-2 WON (+15 units)|
* Odds as of post published time and are subject to change.