Another tennis tip comes from the match between Serbian Janko Tipsarevic and the Japanese Yuichi Sugita, from the last quarter-final in Stockholm, the last match of the day scheduled in the central arena and which will start after 21:00. More information , but also the thought prognosis, below.
Janko Tipsarevic: Player form, news and statistics
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▪️Janko Tipsarevic had a great time in Stockholm. The Serbian wasn’t in good shape at all, but it’s true that Janko suffered several injuries, which prevented him from evolving to the desired level.
▪️Moreover, since eliminating from Wimbledon, from the beginning of July until now, Janko has only played 5 more matches.
▪️Among them was the US Open match, where Tipsarevic forced a comeback, but without success, the Serb losing to Kudla in 4 sets.
▪️It is clear that the injuries did not give Djokovic his compatriot peace, but now he seems to feel physically good, and the results were good.
▪️The last match before participating in the Swedish competition was still in the room, but also, Janko had to withdraw due to a medical problem.
▪️In the two matches played in Stockholm, Tipsarevic did not give up.
▪️Moreover, the victories were categorical, in the face of some bad opponents.
▪️Fognini was even a top opponent, but he did not move against the Serb.
▪️Only 2 games gave up Janko in the match against the Italian, and now Tipsarevic approaches with great confidence the quarterfinal match against the nopon opponent.
▪️Under the given conditions, Tipsarevic has a good chance of reaching even the aces of the competition. If there is no medical problem, Janko will be able to implement his game and the chances of victory against the Japanese are increased.
Yuichi Sugita: Player form, news and statistics
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▪️Yuichi Sugita is also having a good time. The Japanese, who slipped a lot in the ATP standings, performed well in Sweden, starting with qualifications.
▪️It is true that Sugita also had a chance, because he took advantage of the lack of a player and took his place, because the Japanese lost in the second round of qualifying in front of Popyrin.
▪️But after accessing the main board, the Japanese game was even better.
▪️Yuichi has won both matches so far in minimal sets, and the opponents were at least decent.
▪️Ymer, a favorite of the hosts and Travaglia, a player who did not excel on the hard but also played well in Stockholm.
▪️Two victories that gave a good morale to the Japanese, before the quarterfinal match.
▪️Sugita impressed 2 years ago, when he was in the top 50 and was playing well on all surfaces.
▪️Another accident took him out of the circuit and the Japanese, who failed to reach the level displayed 2 seasons ago and implicitly not the form with which he impressed.
▪️Now at the end of this season, Sugita hopes to make the best matches and why not, to get results, which will help him to get closer to the top 100.
▪️The match with Tipsarevic is announced as difficult, but as it has evolved on the main board so far the Japanese, the chances of victory are at least 50%.
▪️It all depends on the shape of the 2 players at the time of the match and the moments of inspiration.
🎾Direct match statistics Janko Tipsarevic vs Yuichi Sugita
◽️The two players have met twice, and Janko has imposed himself every time.
◽️The last direct match was held 2 years ago, on the grass of Hertogenbosch, and the Serb with 2-1.
🎾What is the shape of the players in the last 5 matches?
- Janko Tipsarevic
- Last result: 2-0 vs Fabio Fognini (Stockholm – hard)
- Shape: W W L L L
▫️Veteran Janko Tipsarevic, born in 1984 in Belgrade, Serbia, returns to the main board of the Intrum Stockholm Open after 14 years.
▫️In 2004, the year of his previous participation in the competition, the Serb was eliminated in the sixteenth round of finals, after 0-2 at sets in front of the Belgian Olivier Rochus.
▫️In the first round of the current edition, Tipsarevic went 6-2, 6-4 from French Corentin Moutet, 94th place in the ATP, and in the eighth, following an impeccable evolution, he surpassed in minimum sets, with a 6-1 double on the world number 12, the Italian Fabio Fognini.
- Yuichi Sugita
- Last result: 2-0 vs Stefano Travaglia (Stockholm – hard)
- Shape: W W L W L
▫️Japanese Yuchi Sugita, 31 years old, 129th place ATP, is present for the third time in his career on the main panel of the Intrum Stockholm Open, ATP 250 tournament with total prizes worth over 600,000 euros.
▫️Two years ago, the Japanese player stopped in the quarterfinals of the competition, losing 2-6, 6-7 in front of Argentine Juan Martin Del Potro.
▫️As a result of the qualifications, Sugita went 2-0 in the sets of the French Enzo
▫️Couacaud, but gave up 6-1, 2-6 and 3-6 against the Australian Alexei Popyrin, in the last act of this phase of the competition.
▫️The beneficiary of a wild card, the Japanese tennis player overcame in the first round the Swedish Elias Ymer, 123 ATP place, then, in eighth, with 7-6 and 6-4 Italian Stefano Travaglia, 83 ATP place.
🎾News, analysis, statistics and progress about the 2 players.
▪️The 8th place ATP represents the best ranking of Serbian tennis, in the hierarchy.
▪️He has won 4 ATP trophies, the last one won in India, in Chennai, in 2013.
▪️He has played another 7 ATP finals throughout his career.
▪️He won 13 of the 26 matches played this year, on all surfaces.
▪️It is only for the second time in his career on the main board of the ATP 250 tournament in Stockholm.
▪️The 36th ATP rank is the best ranking in the hierarchy for the Japanese player.
▪️During his career, he won a single ATP trophy, on the grass in Antalya, two years ago.
▪️He won 32 of the 50 matches played on hard, in 2019.
▪️He missed both direct meetings.
▪️60% is the percentage of break balls saved by Sugita, during his professional career.
Tennis Prediction of the Day Janko Tipsarevic vs Yuichi Sugita
A balanced match is announced between two players who showed good form in Stockholm. If the Japanese were lucky, after losing in the qualifiers, Janko took advantage of the protected standings and played his chance in every match. The Serb is not a bad player, on the contrary. Janko was also in the top 10 for a while, but without the medical problems that have bothered him in recent months, Tipsarevic can display a very good game. I go to his hand and I recommend his victory, at a rate that doubles our money.
Prediction Tips: Janko Tipsarevic