Robin Soderling vs. David Ferrer Barclays ATP World Tour Finals

Both players lost their first match in straight sets in the round-robin of Barclays ATP World Tour Finals. Soderling lost to Murray and has to play versus Federer in the last match while Ferrer was an easy target for Federer in their match.

Lost match influences

Having lost a match definitely influence the chances of going through to the semis and facing Federer in the last round, does definitely not improve Soderling’s chances in this tournament. However since both players lost a match, it is fairly impossible to figure who mentally will be in best shape when entering the court today.

Both players should however be inclined to give everything the have in them, since $120.000 is on the line to the winning player and nothing for the loser. The winner even stands a chance to make it through to the semis with more cash, fame and glory to play for.

Soderling’s serve will be the deciding factor of the match but he has been serving well for a long time and chances are he will continue to serve well today. The real problem is he lost in straight sets versus Murray and really can not afford to give away a set versus Ferrer today, which is why the best recommendation to punters is to back the Swede in straight sets in tonight’s match.

Surely it is safer to back Soderling as outright winner but he is the clear favorite in the match and should be motivated to try and end the match fairly quick. Odds of 1.5 for a win compared to odds 2.3 for a straight set win makes it worth the gamble that Soderling simply is the better player of the two.

It is recommended to bet on this match (Soderling 2- Ferrer 0) at Betfair or William Hill since they have the biggest odds on the result. New punters will recieve £25 free bet when joining any of the mentioned bookmakers.

Soderling – Ferrer match prediction

Soderling will show too good for Ferrer and take home a comfortable 2-0 victory.

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