Can Bernard Tomic Pull Off The Upset In His Home Country Against Roger Federer?
Tonight or depending where you live early morning in Australia a heavy underdog Bernard Tomic will be facing legendary Roger Federer.
We are going to try and answer the question, can Bernard Tomic pull off the upset in his home country against Roger Federer.
The twenty year old Bernard Tomic has been on fire so far in 2013, especially so in his home country of Australia where he won the Apia International Sydney tournament on January 12th against runner up Kevin Anderson in a great match. The contest ran two sets to one with Tomic on top going 6-3, 6-7, 6-3 with the match going near two hours of solid tennis.
So far this year Tomic has dispatched a who’s who in the tennis starting with the number one ranked in the world Novak Djokovic in two straight sets 6-4, 6-4. He has won 10 straight matches in a row, six of which he never dropped a single set against very solid competition in Andreas Seppi twice, Marinko Matosevic, and Florian Mayer, Jarkko Nieminen, and Leonardo Mayer.
Mean while Roger Federer has been taking it easy trying to pick and choose his tournaments as he is now 31 and in Tennis years that is an old man. In his last ten matches he has lost three of which, two to Del Potro and one to Novak Djokovic.
Federer has not been very active at all so far in 2013 having played only two matches beating Frenchman Benoit Paire and the Russian Nikolay Davydenko, neither of which could possibly prepare him for the form that Tomic is playing at currently.
I am all over a Bernard Tomic wager at the current for he is in against a possible declining or potentially rusty Roger Federer. The moneyline odds are huge at BetDSI Sportsbook for a Tomic win, and just too good to pass up giving the confidence he has had as of late added with the energy he is receiving from his fans from his home country of Australia.
Take Tomic on the moneyline, a twenty year old player hitting his stride and could beat anyone in the world at his current form for a potential huge win over the aged legend Roger Federer.