Good and many years! We reached the third round of Miami and the Argentine Del Potro (#6) with Japanese Nishikori (#33).
In a full form, the Argentine with 2 has won conquests in Acapulco and Indian Wells, 12 has won victories and started off with his right 1 game with the Dutchman Robin Haase with 2-1 set 6-4, 5-7, 6-2. The possibility that fatigue may start from now on is just as likely as deliberate power management! Del Potro's rival is a player of the same level (10) but this year he returned from an injury that had kept him out of action last year in the last months of the year. In the previous tournament that played Nishikori last year, he had excluded Del Potro in the US (Washington) with 2-0 set 7-5, 6-4. This year, Japan started with 2 Challenger Tournament, Newport was eliminated in the 1 round and Dallas won the tournament next week without having great opponents. The next ATP tournament in New York picked up his game a little while in the semifinals where he was defeated by this year's formulated Anderson 3 set 6-1, 3-6, 7-6. Acapulco was then defeated in the 1 round by Shapovalov with 2-1 set 6-7, 6-3, 6-1. In Indian Wells he did not fight and in his 1 game this year in Miami he started with a victory over the 2-1 7-6, 4-6, 6-3. Last year, the Japanese in Miami had reached the quarterfinals where it was blocked by Fongini with 2-0 sets. Nishikori has played a good tournament in the past, and he is an opponent at the moment when he can face Del Potro even in a set that if he fails to win it to lead at least to 7. 20.5 games are feasible for this game, and I think they will overcome it, and I will take a chance at the OVER 1.55 bet with 3 / 10 betting.