Pablo Cuevas (@1.29) vs Hugo Dellien (@3.75)
16-10-2019

Our Prediction:

Pablo Cuevas will win

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He went 2-3 during the South American swing and 3-7 during the European swing, losing in the first round at Roland Garros. It was the first time he advanced that far at SW19 (a run which included a second round upset of former finalist Marin Cilic) and just the second time he made the fourth round of a Grand Slam (the other being the 2018 US Open). Joao Sousa came to Bastad on the back of a fantastic run to the fourth round of Wimbledon. Sousas results on the faster surfaces in 2019 have caught many by surprise, particularly when you consider he is usually very comfortable on the clay.

The Bolivian will be looking to make the third round of a Grand Slam for the first time in his career. Delliens biggest weapon is his serve, and that was clearly against Gunneswaran. He is on a good run and has won five of his last seven games on clay. He played Alexander Zverev previous week and gave him a tough match. These two players have not met before in their careers.

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The same can be said for the Spaniard, who qualified for the Next-Gen finals in Milan last year. The Canadian had an extremely impressive straight sets victory over Fabio Fognini in the first round and has been playing some great tennis of late. The most exciting match of the day sees two Next-Gen players, Jaume Munar and Felix Auger Aliassime, against each other on Quadra Guga Kuerten. Munar has a brilliant forehand and is a solid all-round player, especially on clay.

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Tsitsipas will come up against Bolivias Hugo Dellien in the second round. He won with ease, dismantling the Indian with a 6-1, 6-3, 6-1 scoreline. Dellien won 80% of his points on the first serve, and 54% of the second serve points. The match finished in less than 90 minutes, as Dellien dominated utterly. The game was over in just 23 games. Dellien faced Indian Prajnesh Gunneswaran in the first round.

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Gasquet and Novak have not played before and it will be fascinating to see who comes out on top in this one. The Austrian recently talked about improving his serve and attitude on court and Gasquets game is unpredictable.

Pablo Cuevas, as expected, continues to excel on the clay in 2019. He made the semifinals in Cordoba and Rio, as well as the quarterfinal in Buenos Aires. Away from clay, he has been a huge disappointment as he has posted only two wins on tour. His best results this year have been on the dirt, where he impressed during the South American clay swing in February. (He beat Dusan Lajovic at the Australian Open and Damir Dzumhur at Wimbledon.) That should not be cause for concern for the Uruguayan right now, though. The 33-year-old also reached the final in Estoril prior to French Open, where he lost to an in-form Stefanos Tsitsipas.

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He went 2-3 during the South American swing and 3-7 during the European swing, losing in the first round at Roland Garros. Joao Sousa came to Bastad on the back of a fantastic run to the fourth round of Wimbledon. Sousas results on the faster surfaces in 2019 have caught many by surprise, particularly when you consider he is usually very comfortable on the clay. It was the first time he advanced that far at SW19 (a run which included a second round upset of former finalist Marin Cilic) and just the second time he made the fourth round of a Grand Slam (the other being the 2018 US Open).

The final quarterfinal of the day features the two most experienced players left in the draw, and with all the seeded players knocked out, both these players will be seeing themselves at the favourite for the title. The pair have played each other before, with the Uruguayan dominating the head to head 7-1, with most of those matches going to a deciding set. I expect this match to be a tight one and theres not much to choose between the pair. Both players will be feeling extra pressure as this is a great opportunity for both of them to win an ATP 500 title and get vital ranking points on the board.

The game was over in just 23 games. He won with ease, dismantling the Indian with a 6-1, 6-3, 6-1 scoreline. Dellien won 80% of his points on the first serve, and 54% of the second serve points. The match finished in less than 90 minutes, as Dellien dominated utterly. Tsitsipas will come up against Bolivias Hugo Dellien in the second round. Dellien faced Indian Prajnesh Gunneswaran in the first round.

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The 33-year-old also reached the final in Estoril prior to French Open, where he lost to an in-form Stefanos Tsitsipas. Away from clay, he has been a huge disappointment as he has posted only two wins on tour. Pablo Cuevas, as expected, continues to excel on the clay in 2019. His best results this year have been on the dirt, where he impressed during the South American clay swing in February. He made the semifinals in Cordoba and Rio, as well as the quarterfinal in Buenos Aires. (He beat Dusan Lajovic at the Australian Open and Damir Dzumhur at Wimbledon.) That should not be cause for concern for the Uruguayan right now, though.