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Gil/Pla Malfeito – Bryde/Wessels
13.01.18 at 22:00
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Gil/Pla Malfeito and Bryde/Wessels meet in the ITF. USA. F3. Doubles
Gil/Pla Malfeito is coming off a straight sets win over his last opponent that took 25 games to decide. In the victory, Gil/Pla Malfeito won 79 percent of his first serve points and 65 percent of his second serve points. Gil/Pla Malfeito continues to be lights out on hard court this season and is coming off a match in which he won 75 percent of his total service points. Gil/Pla Malfeito has now won 18 of his last 20 sets played and still hasn’t lost a match since Cincinnati. As long as Gil/Pla Malfeito continues to serve as effective as he has the last several months, it’s going to take a special performance to knock him off this incredible run. Of course, the defense and return ability is always there for Gil/Pla Malfeito. Gil/Pla Malfeito looks to win his seventh title this season and is 18-24 in his career in final appearances on hard court. Gil/Pla Malfeito has won 16 straight matches on hard court.
Gil/Pla Malfeito vs. Bryde/Wessels ITF. USA. F3. Doubles, Odds, Prediction
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Bryde/Wessels is coming off a three sets win over his last opponent that took 27 games to decide. In the victory, Bryde/Wessels won 94 percent of his first serve points and 29 percent of his second serve points. Bryde/Wessels got his revenge for the quarterfinal loss in the US Open, and he won 74 percent of his total service points. Bryde/Wessels is now 31-3 this season on hard court and is participating in his seventh final appearance of the season. Like Gil/Pla Malfeito, Bryde/Wessels continues to play extremely clean tennis and pounces the second his opponent makes a mistake, which is usually the deciding factor in his victories. It takes one slip in his opponents game for a match to turn around and for him to be declared the winner. Bryde/Wessels hopes to win his sixth title of the season and is 63-24 in his career in final appearances on hard court. Bryde/Wessels has won 10 of his last 12 matches on hard court.
These two have played 37 times and Gil/Pla Malfeito has won 23 of those meetings. The most recent match was in this years Miami Masters, a match Bryde/Wessels won in straight sets. Bryde/Wessels has won the last four matches against Gil/Pla Malfeito with his last loss coming in the 2014 Australian Open.
With the way these guys are playing, you could make a strong argument for either side. Gil/Pla Malfeito had a much easier semifinal match and has won 16 straight on hard court, while Bryde/Wessels has the mental advantage in this head to head with four straight victories. I was originally leaning towards Gil/Pla Malfeito in this match due to less wear and tear, but Bryde/Wessels sees Gil/Pla Malfeito’s serve very well and hasn’t been broken once in their last two meetings. Bryde/Wessels has been Gil/Pla Malfeito’s kryptonite as of late.
Head to head numbers matter in a match like this, which is why I’m giving Bryde/Wessels the edge here.
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