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Brazil - Rio de Janeiro date: 13/12/2021  hour: 19:00
Pedja Krstin Luciano Darderi
2-6 6-7
Tip Under (-) 19.5
Odds Stake 7/9 2
 Reasoning ...

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We are already entering the last week of the men's season and the penultimate of the women's season.
 We return to Rio de Janeiro in a match for me marked by inequality given the way both players come. Krstin vs Darderi faces.
 Luciano Darderi is one of the great polished pearls of the Italian academy. At 19 years old, what happens to the vast majority: he lacks a bit of head. Great power, devastating forehand, quick legs and good serve.
 He has already shown that the ITF Future circuit next year should fall short.
 47/18 are their numbers for the season, currently standing at 343 in the world. What makes me enter this line of games is my prediction of the match (obvious; what nonsense): Darderi's victory in two sets in which I do not see Krstin maintaining his serve without breaking him at least once per set (and I'm sure it will break you more times). Darderi already surprised me in brasilia against Coria because I hadn't seen him play yet and I wasn't expecting his self-confidence on the court. But it is that the week of Sao Paulo left a fantastic image loading without any problem to:
 -Matos by double 6-3.
 -Martín Cuevas by 6-3, 3-6 and 6-4.
 -Mateus Alves doubles 6-1.
 -Nicolás Álvarez Varona by 6-4 and 6-1.
 -Facundo Díaz Acosta by 6-3 and 6-4.
 -Loss in the final 6-3 and 7-5 against Juan Pablo Ficovich.
 With the exception of the defeat and victory against Martín Cuevas, in the rest he not only won with solvency, but also fulfilled the line of games against players who are in a much better moment than the Serbian.
 Krstin is a player who has the skills to be a good player, but his attitude kills him. Despite being a player that I liked in the past, I have followed him so much in his games that I know very well the desire he puts into his games. For starters, in his last 6 clay tournament appearances, he has all lost them in the first round (Kuhn, Oliveira, Varillas, Dellien, Meligeni and Casanova).
 Another fact that I would like to mention is that on 11/21 he retired against Patino when he was losing the third set 3-0, and then on 11/30 he retired again against Meligeni after one set. The week of Florianópolis he lost against a Hernan Casanova already deflated and who had just retired 5 days before by 7-5, 6-1 and 6-2 in a match in which Krstin maintained the level during the three sets, being Casanova the one who dictated the result of them according to whether he could keep the ball on the court or not.
 Krstin I see that he has had a season to forget and that he should rest until January to try to have some other decent result that would allow him to return to the top 200. If not, I very much doubt that he will extend his tennis career, despite his 27 years, 2 or 3 more seasons, given his attitude.
 Darderi should dominate the game without a problem. In the case of maintaining a high percentage of firsts, we would already have a large part of the homework done. Let's hope Darderi shows his full potential after almost a week off.
 Good luck to all. A hug