Dusan Lajovic (@3.4) vs Stefanos Tsitsipas (@1.33)

Our Prediction:

Stefanos Tsitsipas will win

Dusan Lajovic – Stefanos Tsitsipas Match Prediction | 01-10-2019 22:00

This tournament has also been very successful for Pella, and includes swing over Marin Cilic and Marco Cecchinato. The Monte Carlo Masters title is Nadals to win. World No. Pella has had a very good season which includes his first title on the clay in Sao Paolo. Rafael Nadal is an 11-time Monte Carlo and Roland Garros champion. 2 Rafael Nadal. He has had no issues so far this tournament, losing two games to Roberto Bautista-Agut, and five games to Grigor Dimitrov. 35 Guido Pella will face a very stiff challenge when he takes on World No.

A five-set match shared between these players last year was the first of three Alexander Zverev played out on his way to the quarter-final stage of Roland-Garros, and the German will be determined to out-reach his main rivals in this new generation, namely Dominic Thiem and Stefanos Tsitsipas. Dusan Lajovic has what it takes to trouble Sascha Zverev somewhat but it looks unlikely that he can match his round of 16 milestone from 2014.

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However, while Medvedev has improved a lot on clay, I dont think he is quite at the level where he can outlast Djokovic on the dirt. In a match closer than the score line indicates, Djokovic wins. Both players should come into this match expecting long rallies. The head to head is 3-0 to Djokovic, which includes an extremely physical four-set win at the Australian Open this year.

Head 2 Head

Coric is so good at staying in points and is one of the most fit players on the ATP Tour. 18 Fabio Fognini. 13 Borna Coric takes on World No. Fabio Fognini has put a rough start to the year behind him, as he beat Alexander Zverev in straight sets today. Coric has really had to grind his way through this tournament, including a win over Jaume Munar which took nearly 3.5 hours. When the moment is large, Fognini seems to step up his game. It will almost certainly be a tight match when World No.

It has been a tough few months for Dusan Lajovic as he only managed to win 1 match in the entire North American leg. Lajovic has had most of his success of clay and he has failed to find a winning pattern on hard courts. To make matters worse, Lajovic was the 5th seed and he was eliminated by an unseeded player. Dusan Lajovic last competed at the Chengdu Open where he was eliminated in the second round by Lloyd Harris. It was a poor match for Lajovic as he failed to get any momentum and was completely outplayed in a straight-setsloss.

Looking at Stefanos Tsitsipas, the Greek superstar had to retire from the Zhuhai Open due to injury. Tsitsipas managed to find some good form during the Laver Cup where he beat Taylor Fritz and helped Team Europe win the title. The only positive for Tsitsipas during his time in North America was the Citi Open where he reached the semifinals. It was a tough North American season for Tsitsipas as he was eliminated during the opening round of the US Open, Cincinnati Masters and Rogers Cup.

Fogninis game just seems more dynamic than Corics this tournament, and I like him to get it done in a tight three-setter. Fognini leads the head to head 1-0. However, his victory came in a tight three-setter back when Coric was very young. In any case, while Coric is doing great to get through his matches (and won much more easily against Herbert today), when Fogninis groundstrokes are firing on clay, he can almost take the racquet out of his opponents hands. Fognini also loves playing Nadal, who is his potential semifinal opponent.

96 Lorenzo Sonego. However, once in the main draw, Sonego has done a lot of damage, not dropping a set in the main draw, which includes a win over Karen Khachanov. 48 Dusan Lajovic takes on World No. Lajovic has had a very impressive run to the quarterfinals, beating David Goffin and Dominic Thiem in straight sets in his last two matches. Lajovic showed great composure when Thiem got the break advantage in the second set, and broke three times more to win the match in two sets. Two surprise quarterfinalists battle, as World No. Lorenzo Sonego had to come through qualifying to gain admission to the main draw.

Dog of the day

It is sure to be a physical battle when World No. 1 Novak Djokovic battles World No. This was a very impressive win given how good Tsitsipas prowess on clay. Djokovic seems to have put his shaky first round match behind him, and lost only three games during his thrashing of Taylor Fritz. Medvedev has had a great tournament. It was exactly the type of match that could boost Djokovics confidence enough to make him a threat to Nadal on clay. 14 Daniil Medvedev. Despite the fact that his flat game is not suited very well for clay, he destroyed opponents in his first couple matches and then outlasted Stefanos Tsitsipas in three sets in his previous match.