Henri Laaksonen vs. Peter Gojowczyk Free Tennis Tip US Open 2021
- Title : Henri Laaksonen vs. Peter Gojowczyk Free Tennis Tip US Open 2021
How long will the strength of the marathon man last? Peter Gojowczyk is currently in a real flow and is causing a sensation as a qualifier in New York. The 32-year-old reached the third round in a major event for the first time in his long career.
In doing so, he asserted himself twice in a dramatic way in real five-sentence crime novels. The next match against his Swiss opponent Henri Laaksonen is now on Friday.
The Swiss also fought through three qualifying rounds and wants to continue his good run. The best bookmakers estimate the starting position between the two surprise men to be quite even. Henri Laaksonen has the slightly lower odds against Peter Gojowczyk and is an easy favorite in the match.
Henri Laaksonen - Peter Gojowczyk Germany tip
In the DTB camp, next to the newly crowned Olympic champion Alexander Zverev, Jan-Lennard Struff was most likely expected to achieve a good result in New York. It is all the more positive to emphasize that it is precisely the qualifiers who are now causing a sensation. In particular, marathon man Peter Gojowczyk landed a real sensational coup with his two five-sentence thrillers and the Munich man's journey to Flushing Meadows does not have to be over yet.
A look at the odds comparison of the betting base shows that the starting position before the next match against the Swiss Henri Laaksonen is very balanced. Both players are placed outside the top 100 and were able to gain a lot of match practice and self-confidence through the qualification.
- Both qualifiers are facing the greatest success of their careers
- Gojowczyk eliminated the heavier opponents - but also left more grains
- The only two duels were a long time ago; the Swiss won twice
The chances for advancement are exactly 50:50, which is why a slight value can be found with the player from the DTB camp. The best bet between Henri Laaksonen and Peter Gojowczyk is a tip on over 38.5 games.
There will certainly be a turn or two in this match and it cannot be assumed that any of the players will be able to hold their own in three rounds without any problems. At least four sets are very likely and the 38.5 game mark is very likely to be broken. Six units are selected as the stake.