Novak Djokovic v Milos Raonic – 8/29/20 Cincinnati Tennis Pick, Odds and Prediction

Milos Raonic versus Novak Djokovic

Saturday, August 29, 2020 at 1:00 p.m. (Cincinnati)

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Milos Raonic and Novak Djokovic will meet in the final of the Tennis Western & Southern Open 2020.

Milos Raonic wins Stefanos Tsitsipas, whose decision took 22 games. When he won, Raonic won 90 percent of his first serve points and 58 percent of his second serve points. Raonic won 77 percent of its total service points and converted at its only stopping point. Raonic saved his only breakpoint, hitting 12 aces. Raonic was a serving machine in this tournament, collecting the free points and winning 10 of his last 11 sets. Raonic aims to win his first Masters 1000 title and the ninth title of his career overall. Raonic is 0-3 in Masters 1000 final appearances for his career. Raonic has lost six finals in a row and has not produced a title since Brisbane International 2016. Raonic has won eight of his last nine hard court games.

Novak Djokovic wins three sets against Roberto Bautista-Agut, whose decision took 33 games. When he won, Djokovic won 69 percent of his first service points and 42 percent of his second service points. Djokovic won 57 percent of his total service points and converted six of his 14 breakpoints. Djokovic was able to work his way back into the game every time it looked like he wasn’t there, and he scored 14 aces in the win. Conditioning will be the main issue for Djokovic going into this game. Djokovic aims to win his second Cincinnati Open title and his 80th title in his career overall. Djokovic is 1-5 in the Cincinnati Open playoffs. Djokovic has won 11 of his last 14 finals. Djokovic has won his last 11 games on hard court.

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These two have played 10 times and Djokovic has won every game including the last meeting at this year’s Australian Open. Eight of the victories were decided in straight sets.

Djokovic will likely be the favorite because he is Djokovic and the h2h is completely one-sided. However, there is an opening here for Raonic with the way he serves and with far less wear and tear on his body. Djokovic has had a three-hour match that involved a lot of running, and he spent much of the last set constantly bending over and grabbing his stomach. Less than 24 hours later, and this is a difficult turnaround for even the best tennis player in the world.

I tend to have Raonic win this match, and I like him even more with plus money.

See who the experts picked to win this one

Randy’s choice
Milos Raonic

The choice in this article is the author’s opinion, not a consensus on Sports Chat Place’s website.

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