Despite having a combined 36 years on tour between the two of them, somehow Roger Federer and Peter Gojowczyk have only met once before in their careers. In their only showdown, which occurred last year, Federer came out ahead in straight sets 6-4 6-4 at the Western & Southern Open.
Roger Federer vs Peter Gojowczyk Indian Wells Odds
(Betting line courtesy of Bovada)
Spread – Federer -5.5 (EVEN)
Moneyline – Federer (-2500), Gojowczyk (+950)
Total – 19.5 Games
Title No.100 for @rogerfederer 🏆
— ITF (@ITF_Tennis) March 2, 2019
Roger Federer vs Peter Gojowczyk Indian Wells Betting Prediction
Federer comes in playing some fantastic tennis as of late. After suffering a hard-fought loss to the ever-dangerous Stefanos Tsitsipas in the round of 16 at the Australian Open, Federer avenged himself with a resounding performance at the Dubai Open capped off by a dominating destruction of Tsitsipas in the finals. Although Federer has lost a step in his old age, he remains surprisingly powerful, crafty as ever, and able to beat any tennis player on the planet.
Federer’s dominance in Dubai turned some heads for the aging legend, as he looked extremely crisp and ran through competition in vintage Federer style. Possessing an unmatched mix of power and touch, Federer does things with a tennis ball that often times don’t seem entirely possible. Headlined by his slicing one-handed backhand, Federer possesses an arsenal of shots not rivaled by anyone in the sport.
Peter Gojowczyk has at times shown flashes of potential during his 14-year career, but has proven time and time again to be inconsistent against the best competition in tennis. Mostly able to beat up on players ranked below 50, Gojowczyk acts almost like a gate keeper for the ATP top 50. With only two top 10 wins to his name, Gojowczyk should likely not pose too much resistance here for Federer.
DROP everything you are doing and watch this 😲
Unreal from @rogerfederer 👏
— ATP Tour (@ATP_Tour) March 1, 2019
This one shouldn’t be remotely close or last very long at all. I wouldn’t be surprised to see Federer actually take this one in 15 sets or less, but 19.5 gives us some decent wiggle room. There is always the outside chance that Gojowczyk comes out hot and holds his serve early to ruin the …read more