Kaichi Uchida (@5.0) vs Yuichi Sugita (@1.14)
12-09-2019

Our Prediction:

Yuichi Sugita will win

Kaichi Uchida – Yuichi Sugita Match Prediction | 12-09-2019 02:00

He had previously reached the final round of qualifying at Slams four times, and he dropped decisive sets in three of those matches.[6] He lost to 19th seed Feliciano Lpez in the first round with three tiebreakers. Yichi qualified for 2014 Wimbledon Championships by defeating Marco Chiudinelli of Switzerland, 6-4, 6-2, 7-5. It marked the first time he qualified for a Grand Slam after 17 failed qualifying campaigns dating back to 2009.

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Sugita started the season by playing the Chennai Open as qualifier, and recorded his first ATP main draw win against Dustin Brown in three sets. He represented Japan at 2011 Davis Cup World Group Play-offs against India, winning over Somdev Devvarman in the singles rubber,[4] and Japan promoted to 2012 Davis Cup World Group. He lost to eighth seed Robin Haase in the second round.

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In November, Sugita won back-to-back Futures titles in Thailand, and reached final in the Toyota Challenger, but lost to fellow Japanese Tatsuma Ito in straight sets. He defeated Australian Matthew Ebden in final, and he break him into world top 200 for the first time as ranked no.186. After reaching semifinal in Bernie Challenger, Sugita claimed his first challenger title in Kyoto. Sugita advanced to final round of qualifying in the 2010 US Open, losing to Luk Rosol in two sets.

In October Sugita advanced to the 3rd round in Tokyo; lost in the 1st round in Shanghai; advanced to the 3rd round in Stockholm; at this time ranked #37 in the world, lost in the 1st round in Basel, Switzerland; and lost in the 1st round in Paris. In Chengdu, China he won 3 rounds before losing to eventual champion Denis Istomin. In August, Sugita won two rounds in the Masters 1000 tournament at Cincinnati before losing to eventual champion Grigor Dimitrov. He lost in the 2nd round of the US Open to Leonardo Mayer, having earlier defeated Geoffrey Blancaneaux. He beat Brydan Klein in Wimbledon, marking the first time he'd reached the second round of a Grand Slam tournament, losing next up to Mannarino.

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In May he lost in the first round to Philipp Kohlschreiber in Madrid and to Ryan Harrison in Rome. At Antalya, Turkey, Sugita lost in the second round to Pierre-Hugues Herbert. He lost his singles match to Roger Federer 6-4, 6-3, but his leaping overhead smash delighted the fans and was included in most compilation clips of early 2018 season highlights. Sugita started the week after the US Open with a record of 8 wins and 22 losses for the year, and his ranking was #98 in the world. He lost in the next round to Ivo Karlovi. Sugita and Naomi Osaka represented Japan in the mixed-gender 2018 Hopman Cup. Later in the month he lost in the second round in s-Hertogenbosch to Marius Copil; and the next week at Halle beat world #7 Dominic Thiem in straight sets, in what he said was my best match in my career, before losing in the quarter-finals to Denis Kudla. In July he lost at Wimbledon to Bradley Klahn in the first round. In March he was defeated by Horacio Zeballos in the first round at Indian Wells, and by Robin Haase in the first round at Miami. At the 2018 Australian Open Sugita earned his first win over a Top 10 player by defeating world number 9 Jack Sock in four sets. In August he lost in the first round to Vincent Millot at Washington; lost in the first round to Ilya Ivashka at Toronto; lost in the first round of qualifying at Cincinnati; lost in the first round to Leonardo Mayer in Winston-Salem; and lost in the first round of the US Open to Richard Gasquet. In June Sugita lost in the first round of the French Open to Horacio Zeballos. In February he lost in the first round in Rotterdam to eventual losing finalist Grigor Dimitrov. In October he received a wild card entry into the Tokyo Open, and lost in the first round to countryman Kei Nishikori. In April he lost in the first round to Jan-Lennard Struff at Monte-Carlo, Guillermo Garcia-Lopez at Barcelona, and Yannick Maden in Munich.

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He achieved his career-high ranking of world no.116 in November. Yichi started his 2012 campaign by making it to the quarterfinals of the Chennai Open before falling to Nicols Almagro in three close sets, knocking out eighth seed Oliver Rochus and Lu Yen-hsun on the way.[5] After competing in ATP World Tour events in Asian swing, Sugita became the runners-up of the Bangkok Challenger and Seoul Challenger.