ITF Czech Tournament F12 takes place in Prague, the capital of the country, and in this analysis I will detail the game between Niels Lootsma and Matej Vocel, and I will conclude with the corresponding bet.
Prague is one of the most important cities in the world, a historical and cultural center of Central Europe, with a population of about 2 million. Among the most beautiful locations in Europe, Prague played an important role in the Habsburg Dynasty, in the Protestant Reformation, and now has many attractions such as the UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Sports is again a spot in the spotlight, including the Sparta Prague and Slavia Prague football teams, plus a challenger competition and a WTA.
The current tournament is small, of only $ 15,000, the minimum amount allowed by the International Tennis Federation, but quite important.
The host is the TK Neride complex, which has land covered with a fast, indoor hardcore, in Europe can not play outdoor tennis at this time of year, maybe only in the extreme south.
The competition picture is strong, similar to last week’s ITF Czech F12, including names such as Jaloviec, Karlovskiy, Michnev or Lestienne.
Niels Lootsma is a 23-year-old Dutch, ranked 554 ATP, and is in the best season of his career.
I am referring to the ranking because, as titles this year is inferior to the previous one, when Niels eventually forced himself into two tournaments.Obviously, and 2017 seems good to me, Lootsma being a hard-hitting but adaptable sportsman who plays well on the clay.
So this season he has a quarter-finals at ITF Switzerland F1, quarter-finals at ITF France F4, quarter-finals at ITF Netherlands F1, quarter-finals at ITF Netherlands F2, and quarter-finals at ITF Netherlands F4.
Much below his level, however, because Niels had to theoretically be among the top 300 ATPs to the potential he has.
Recently, his form seems to me average good, coming after two quarters of consecutive final, to ITF Czech F10 and last week to ITF Czech F11, in conditions similar to those here.
He defeated Vocel at the time (883 ATP), even the current opponent, or Hajek, but in both quarters he was somewhat dominated, a few days ago being defeated by 3-6 1-6 by Gengel (637 ATP).
Matej Vocek is a 20-year-old Czech, ranked 883 ATP.
Matej has been around for 2 years since joining the world’s first one, showing tennis quite exciting, especially in fast-paced, hard-on.
In 2017 has a quarter-finals at ITF Czech Republic F3, quarter-finals at ITF Czech Republic F7, quarter-finals at ITF Czech Republic F8 and quarter-finals at ITF Czech Republic F9, playing very well in this interval, having victories with Nema (564 ATP ) or Papik (477 ATP) with very solid matches and the rest, for example, putting them in great trouble for Jaloviec and Michnev, in my opinion the best tennis players present at these competitions.
But lately his form has fallen slightly, and I have quite mixed feelings about him. Thus, at the ITF Czech F10 lost in front of the opponent today, because last week at ITF Czech F11, to lose in clear clear with Vrbensky (1026 ATP), 3-6 6-7.
Niels Lootsma win @ 1.65