Rafael Nadal - Richard Gasquet Tip (02.06.2018 - 13:00 GMT +2)
The next interesting game which we liked and choose to predict is going to be again from the Grand Slam, Roland Garros between Rafael Nadal and the French Ace - Richard Gasquet. Against each other, both players have played 9 competitive so far in their careers, as the King of Clay beat his rival of France eight times and was defeated once at a time.
The “King of Clay” is coming off a straight-sets win against Guido Pella that took 22 games to decide the game. Furthermore, he won 85% of his first serve points and 65% of his 2nd serve points. Rafael Nadal lost just five of 34 first set-points and was not broken once in his 2nd round victory. Rafa can still clean up his unforced errors and be a little sharper with his second serve. Also, he hopes to make the 4th round of a Grand Slam for his 7th straight appearance. Moreover, Rafa has lost in the 3rd round of the French Open just once in his career. he has won 10 in the previous 11 appearances on a clay court.
The French rocket is coming off a four-set win against his rival of Tunis - Malek Jaziri that took 32 games to decide the game. Gasquet won 79% of his 1st serve points and 57% of his 2nd serve points. Richard Gasquet got 69% of his 1st serves in play and hit 5 aces. He needs as many free points as possible to hang in this clash and get a rhythm going. Moreover, he has 31 career wins against top-10 players, but only three of these have come since 2016.
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