The next competitor and draw – OA Sport
Who will face Jean Sinner in Marseille? Yes, the question is legitimate because South Tyrol has no intention of stopping this week. Contrary to what was expected, the blue want to strike while the iron is hot, considering it important to continue the series of meetings of the past two weeks. As is known, the 2001 class of Bel Paese had very important results: Victorious in Montpellier ATP250 and final in ATP500 in Rotterdam (Netherlands)loses from the Russian Daniel Medvedev And win direct confrontation with the Greek on his way Stefanos Tsitsipas (#3 ATP).
We will move forward and it is likely that Sinner will be in the field on Thursday, so we have enough time to recover and face another possible series of matches, before traveling to the US to play. Masters 1000 in March (Indian Wells, Miami). All that remains is to answer the initial question.
The tournament’s No. 2 seed Yannick will benefit from a first-round bye and thereafter It will start directly from the round of 16. The first opponent will be eliminated from the match with the Russians Roman Cifullin and transalpine Arthur Fellstennis players have already faced Yannick: the young Frenchman was beaten in the starting match in Montpellier, while the Russian was bypassed in last year’s ATP Cup.
In the quarterfinals there could be a match between the Swiss Stan Wawrinkaalready encountered and defeated in Rotterdam, the French Richard Gasquet. Once this obstacle has been overcome, the one it presents to South Tyrol must be avoided Alex de Minor (#3 seed), which our holder has always won in the past (4-0).
To complete the course, the most certified competitors are pole Hubert Hurkach (No. 1 in the tournament) and the Bulgarian Grigor Dimitrov (Company No. 4). Judging by the historian, Sinner is at a disadvantage either way: With Hurkacz 2-1, he recalls the bitter final he lost at the Masters1000 in Miami two years ago, while Dimitrov had an agonizing knockout in the last 16 of the Masters1000 in Rome. For this, Jannik has a chance to take revenge for these unpleasant memories.
BOARD JANNIK SINNER ATP MARSEILLE
Round of 16 – Arthur Fils or Roman Sviollin
Quarterfinals – Stan Wawrinka or Richard Gasquet
Semi-finalist – Alex de Minaur (Most Likely)
Final – Hubert Hurkacz or Grigor Dimitrov (most likely)
Photo: La Presse
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