Albert Ramos-Vinolas (@1.22) vs Thomaz Bellucci (@3.75)

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Albert Ramos-Vinolas will win
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Albert Ramos-Vinolas – Thomaz Bellucci Match Prediction | 12-09-2019 09:00

Next, at Roland Garros Bellucci easily put away 100th ranked Marinko Matosevic (61, 62, 64), but lost to 5th ranked Kei Nishikori (75, 64, 64). In May, he won his fourth tournament at the Geneva Open, beating en route to the title Marcos Bahgdatis, Denis Istomin, Albert Ramos-Violas, Santiago Giraldo and Joo Sousa, to lift his fourth world tour level trophy and get back to the Top 40 players in the world after two years.

He received a first round bye at the BNP Paribas Open but was dumped quickly by Tom Berdych in the third round. However, in the semifinal match, he lost to eventual finalist Nicols Almagro. At the 2011 Estoril Open he lost in the quarterfinals to Pablo Cuevas. At the Abierto Mexicano tournament Bellucci beat a top ten player for the first time in his career, a three set victory over world number 9 player Fernando Verdasco in the first round. Bellucci then had three straight losses at the 2011 Sony Ericsson Open, the 2011 Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters, and at the 2011 Barcelona Open Banco Sabadell.

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66 as a result. 119 in the world at the time of his victory in Switzerland, Bellucci jumped 53 spots in the ATP World Tour rankings to No. 4 Nicolas Kiefer, two-time Swiss Open runner-up Igor Andreev, and first-time finalist Andreas Beck in straight sets.[5] Ranked No. 9 Stanislas Wawrinka, former world No. In August, he would win his first title at the Swiss Open in Gstaad after reaching the main draw through qualification and going on to beat local hope and former world No.

Ramos-Vinolas will have a good chance to lift the Spanish curse of the Pekao Szczecin Open. Clay courts are usually this nations players forte, yet over 26 past editions not a single Spaniard lifted the title. Seven different men combined for nine runner-ups and only two sets won in the finals. In last years edition, Alejandro Davidovich Fokina took a set from Guido Andreozzi, but came up just short in the very end.

Kyrgios has more talent, but Ramos skill on clay should give him the short term advantage to win this match, as Kyrgios works on developing his clay court abilities. A rising young gun, and next gen star, against an experienced, mid-level dirtballer, describes this matchup. Kyrgios doesnt have a lot of experience on clay, and its by far his worst surface, in fact he lost to another next-gen star, Elias Ymer in Barcelona in a third set tiebreak, Ramos comes off a disappointing loss to Pablo Andujar, but he qualified and Monte Carlo, and his form has been relatively good this year, all be it flaky.

Tipsarevic has been improving his results since returning from injury, and hes had success in Madrid before, but Kokkinakis was clutch and won a third set tiebeak 7-4 to advance in three sets, after dropping the second set. Aussie young gun Thanasi Kokkinakis improved to a remarkable 13-0 in qualifying at the ATP level this year as he scored big wins over Matteo Viola and Janko Tipsarevic to qualify.

Tennis career[edit]

Lost in the 2nd round of both Braunschweig and Scheveningen challengers to Philipp Petzschner and Matteo Viola. Lost in 2nd round of Marburg Challenger to Swiss Henri Laaksonen and Q1 of Wimbledon to aussie and former junior number 1, Luke Saville. Lost in the 1st round of Winston-Salem to Frank Dancevic. As a lucky loser, reached the 2nd round in Hamburg, but lost to Spaniard Pablo Andjar and followed with a quarterfinal showing at Gstaad losing to Juan Mnaco. Lost in Q2 of Madrid and at Roland Garros won in the 1st round against German Benjamin Becker in five sets (62, 64, 36, 46, 62) and lost in 2nd round again to Fognini in straight sets.

Cuevas should then do away with qualifier Nicolas Kicker (or qualifier Marco Cecchinato). In the quarters Albert Ramos, 4-2 in his last two clay court tournaments, is likely to be on the other side of the net. Despite Cuevas 4-1 h2h edge over Ramos, Ramos is in better form and I have him reaching the semifinals. Defending champion Pablo Cuevas isnt playing his best tennis, but young qualifier Arthur De Greef likely hasnt developed enough to beat him in round 1. Robredo just beat Fognini last week in BA, given he did so in straight sets, I have him winning for the second week in a row before falling to Ramos. Ramos opens with Stephane Robert, hell then face a veteran, either Fabio Fognini or Tommy Robredo in round 2.

In October/November he disputed two challengers: the first he won the title in Montevideo against Diego Sebastin Schwartzman and in the second, in Bogot, he felt pain in the abdomen in the middle of the championship match, retiring to the victory of Vctor Estrella and ended the year as the number 125 of the world. After that, he lost in the 1R for five times in a row (Hamburg, Gstaad, Kitzbhel, Montreal and Cincinnati) and dropped out of the top100 for the first time in five years. Coming back in Stuttgart, he lost in the 2R to Victor Hanescu.

Pablo Carreno Busta is struggling and opens with Marco Cecchinato. Ill back Buenos Aires finalist Aljaz Bedene to beat Andreas Haider-Maurer. RCB should defeat Tennys Sandgren, then Fognini/Bellucci before upsetting PCB in the quarters. PCB should beat a tired Bedene. Roberto Carballes Baena, the Quito champion, is my dark horse pick. Fabio Fognini should beat home player Thomaz Bellucci in round 1.

ATP career finals[edit]

He then won his third career title at the Gstaad Open (his second trophy of the tournament) with a three set win over the same Janko Tipsarevi.[10] At the 2012 Summer Olympics, he was knocked out in the first round of the men's singles by Jo-Wilfried Tsonga. Next came a first round at the BNP Paribas Open, though by November his ranking position was 33. In the Swiss Open he lost in three sets to World Number 1 Roger Federer in the second round of the tournament. After a few months without many significant results, including an elimination to Nadal in Wimbledon, he reached the semifinals at the Stuttgart Open losing to eventual champion and World Number 8 Janko Tipsarevi in three sets. He and teammate Andr S lost in the first round of the men's doubles to eventual gold medalists, the Bryan brothers.[4] At the Kremlin Cup Bellucci reached his first final in a hard-court tournament, losing to Andreas Seppi.

The Kyrgios/Ramos winner will have an inside track to reach the quarters below Lopez, as they will face the winner of Filip Krajinovic/Alejandro Gonzalez. I have Ramos beating Krajinovic, and then Lopez to reach the semis. Krajinovic comes off a challenger semi on clay, while Gonzalez has lost two straight matches. Hes 2-0 against Lopez, and those were hard court wins, on clay, he should actually be the superior player as their seems to be a matchup issue there.