Haase vs M. Ymer by Patyi
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Mikael Ymer from Sweden is very talented player and he is more attacking-minded than his brother, Elias. I saw him in Stockholm last year and he played good and brave tennis. Cause of an injury he missed the first two month in 2017, he returned the end of February and won an ITF tournament in France on indoor hard court. Sadly now the surface doesn't suit for his game, Miami was always slow hard court but this year it seems slowest than ever.
Robin Haase has been playing good and consistent tennis this year with good wins and just one bad loss, last week he lost against Lorenzi. He started that match with lot of errors, later he played better but the Italian fought hard and finally Robin gave up. Haase is a tall guy but he has very good movement and he has a good serve and net play. He is good in attacking and defensive tennis too just he often lose the tight matches.
Haase is the more experienced player with better offensive and defensive play, he has played good tennis this year so far. He lost badly last week but now his opponent is a much weaker player than Lorenzi was. I think on slow court Haase will be able to hit winners but Ymer's game isn't enough sharp yet to finish the points against a good mover on slow court. I wait easy Haase win.
|Haase -1.5 sets||Unibet||1.76||10||2-0 WON (+7.6 units)|
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