PRONÓSTICO 54

Pronóstico:

Sandgren

Cuota:

1.66

Stake:

6 (3000€)

Inicio:

2019-02-19
21:30

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BENEFICIO: -3000

Argumento:

Me voy a limitar a compartir con vosotros un artículo de un medio americano y luego lo comento:

 


 

«After winning the New York Open on Sunday, the 21-year-old is back on the court Tuesday to face Tennys Sandgren.

DELRAY BEACH — Reilly Opelka’s week has been interesting so far, to say the least.

After winning the New York Open on Sunday — his first career ATP title — the 21-year-old Palm Beach County resident hopped a late Monday afternoon flight to Miami, where he expected to reach his hotel around 10 p.m.

As if his life wasn’t hectic enough, Opelka has to come back on little rest — or preparation — for his first match at the Delray Beach Open. He plays American Tennys Sandgren around 3:30 p.m. Tuesday.

Honestly, a title in New York makes it almost impossible to get a first-round win (at Delray Beach),” Opelka told The Post via phone from a New York airport Monday. “Not impossible, but very difficult. I’m keeping low expectations because I have no preparation.

“Fatigue’s not really that big of an issue; I’m in pretty good shape. The preparation (time) is gone.”

Though Opelka knows he’ll be exhausted this week, he wouldn’t trade his New York Open championship for anything.

“It’s a huge moment in my career,” said Opelka, who recently moved from West Palm Beach to Delray Beach. “It’s a great place to get your first title. New York is one of my favorite cities.”

Opelka, the world’s No. 56-ranked player and the fifth-ranked American, trains at Ibis Golf and Country Club in West Palm Beach with legendary coach Jay Berger.

“I started working with Jay in December 2017,” said Opelka, ranked No. 228 in the world coming into last year’s Delray Open.

“I’ve done a lot myself to improve, but to make such an unbelievable jump in the rankings, I don’t think it’s a coincidence I started working with Jay right around that same time. He’s had a lot to do with my success.”


 

¿Os hacéis una idea? Opelka viene de ganar el primer título de su vida en NY este pasado domingo. Él mismo dice que será prácticamente imposible ganar hoy, que no ha tenido preparación. Os paso una foto para que veáis el tute que lleva:

Este fin de semana ganó 2 partidos en el tie break del tercer set, incluso salvó un tie el sábado por 16-14 con set abajo. Esto no solo es muy duro físicamente sino que te destroza a nivel mental y cuando consigues pasar por todo ello y además alzarte con un título por primera vez en tu vida… Pues como que no estás pensando en un torneo ATP 250 al día siguiente con viaje de por medio. A parte cambia la superficie, Opelka no se siente tan cómodo en dura y delante tendrá a un rival muy duro con el que se ha enfrentado 2 veces y ha perdido siempre.