Nishioka tips, predictions and odds from BILD sports betting

One of the four Grand Slam tournaments in tennis started yesterday, Sunday, and Alexander Zverev’s start was gratifying from a German point of view, for the German number one won easily in the first round of the French Open. In the next two weeks we can expect big tennis matches with the best players in the world. Novak Djokovic, who has been controversial in recent months, also starts today, Monday. The Serb had behaved badly time and time again during the pandemic and received so much criticism. Therefore, he was not allowed to start at the Australian Open.

But at the French Open he is back and number one. In the first round, he meets the Japanese Yoshihito Nishioka, who is currently number 99 on the seed list. Therefore, the roles are clearly distributed, and anything but a victory for the top favorite would be a sensation. You can find out in ours whether we believe the number one seeded Serb will live up to these claims Djokovic – Nishioka tip.

Djokovic – Nishioka Info:

  • Date & time: 23.05.2022, approx. 20.45
  • Venue: Court Philippe Chatrier (Paris)
  • Competition: French Open, 1st round
  • TV broadcast: Eurosport

Djokovic – Nishioka: The best odds in comparison

bookmaker Djokovic Nishioka
888sport 1.01 21.00
win 1.01 17.00
betway 1.01 19.00

Djokovic Form & Record Check

A few turbulent months lie behind the Serb. Because at the beginning of the year, the 34-year-old was excluded from the Australian Open because his vaccination status was unclear. As a result, Djokovic obviously lost a few points in the world rankings, but his big lead means he is still number one in the world. At the last two Masters tournaments in Madrid and Rome, the world number one presented itself in very good shape. In Madrid, he lost to Spanish star Alcaraz in the semi-finals, but in Rome, Djokovic played the perfect tournament without losing a set.

In top form for Paris?

The French Open was for a long time Djokovic’s kryptonite, for the 34-year-old was the last of the four Grand Slams to win this tournament. The two biggest competitors at this year’s French Open are clearly the Spaniards Rafael Nadal and Carlos Alcaraz, but the Serb does not have to hide in his current form. He will give it his all again in Paris so he can win the French Open again. We are very excited to see who wins in the end. The victory in Rome should at least have given him enough confidence.

The odds show how clear the role distribution is in this game. That Djokovic is the top favorite in this game is almost an understatement. Therefore, we also bet that the Serb does not show any weakness and will lose a maximum of eight matches.

  • Quote: 1.85
  • Bookmaker: 888sport
  • Stake share: 50%
  • Risk profile: Advanced

With a bet of € 50 you receive € 92.5

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Nishioka form & balance control

It’s probably only the real hardcore fans who know the Japanese, who are relatively small by tennis standards, because the 26-year-old has never really been near the top of the world. His best placement on the tour so far has been 48. Nishioka is currently in the top 100. In a Grand Slam, the biggest feeling so far has been to reach the third round at the Australian Open 2020. It is his sixth participation at the French Open and he has always reached the second round of the last three entries. Last year, he even knocked former world-class player Tsonga out of the tournament.

Sand is not the best surface for Nishioka

In recent years, the Japanese have rarely traded on sand, which is probably also due to his relatively sober record. For this year he has two wins and four losses on this surface. In recent years, the balance has always been balanced, which does not necessarily indicate good shape on sand. Now one of the most difficult tasks awaits Nishioka and he will probably take it with him as the highlight of his career, because he is clearly inferior to Djokovic in terms of play.

As mentioned, Djokovic plays in a different league than the Japanese and we can not imagine that Nishioka can stand up to the world number one. Therefore, we are betting on a very clear case that Djokovic wins by at least eleven matches.

  • Quote: 1.83
  • Bookmaker: 888sport
  • Stake share: 50%
  • Risk profile: Advanced

With a bet of € 50 you receive € 91.5

18+ | The bookmaker’s terms and conditions apply

Djokovic – Nishioka Betting & Betting Odds:

Djokovic – Nishioka head-to-head & statistics

So far, the two have only met each other twice, both times Djokovic had the better end to himself. The last meeting was at the Australian Open in the 3rd round. At the time, “The Joker” won 3-0.

  • They have never met each other on sand
  • Nishioka has never won a set against Djokovic
  • Djokovic has won the last 5 games in a row

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