Laslo Djere (@4.75) vs Diego Schwartzman (@1.2)
12-08-2019

Our Prediction:

Diego Schwartzman will win

Laslo Djere – Diego Schwartzman Match Prediction | 12-08-2019

The final match of the night session promises to be a close match as last weeks Buenos Aires finalist Diego Scwartzman takes on Uruguayan Pablo Cuevas. In my opinion he is one of the most underrated players in the game. However, over the past year Schwartzman has improved considerably as a player, winning the tournament last year. Expect a high quality encounter, with many long rallies. Although not possessing the height of Cuevas, Schwartzman is a remarkable mover and has amazing firepower in his shots. The pair have met twice on clay before, with Cuevas winning both encounters.

Thiem has endured a shaky start to the year and has really struggled with both fitness and form since making the final at Roland Garros. He is proving to be somewhat on an enigma on tour, and is struggling to be consistent week in week out. The first match of the night session on Quadra Guga Kuerten sees the World #8 against the Serbian Laslo Djere. Last week was the first time he ever lost a match at the ATP 250 tournament in Buenos Aires, losing in a final set tiebreak in the semifinals to Diego Schwartzman. This is the first meeting between the pair, and I expect the Austrian to come out all guns blazing as he is looking to return to winning ways. Djere has also struggled this year, winning only one of his five matches.

Munar has been playing some great tennis over the past year and qualified for the NextGen finals in Milan. Mayer has been struggling for form in recent months, however he will feel more comfortable back on the red clay. This promises to be an another interesting match between NextGen star Juame Munar and Argentine Leonardo Mayer. This is the first meeting between the pair, and I expect a tight three set match.

Laslo Djere (SER) / Diego Schwartzman (ARG)

His countryman is a very decent clay court player, but this is one is on Fabio and his mental stability. We all know how erratic Fabio Fognini can b,e but since capturing the biggest title of his career at this years Monte Carlo Masters, the Italian has been rather convincing, reaching back to back third rounds at Madrid and Rome (lost to Thiem and Tsitsipas) and the fourth round at Roland Garros (lost to Zverev).

Vesely was very sloppy in the first round almost throwing away a 5-1 lead in the decider against Cedrik-Marcel Stebe and taking into consideration their h2h, which stands at 4-1 on clay with Veselys only win being five years ago, its hard to imagine the big-hitting Leonardo Mayer losing here. The Argentinian scored a great win over Pablo Andujar on Monday and he should be able to advance further here.

The pair have met twice on clay before, with Cuevas winning both encounters. The final match of the night session promises to be a close match as last weeks Buenos Aires finalist Diego Scwartzman takes on Uruguayan Pablo Cuevas. However, over the past year Schwartzman has improved considerably as a player, winning the tournament last year. Although not possessing the height of Cuevas, Schwartzman is a remarkable mover and has amazing firepower in his shots. Expect a high quality encounter, with many long rallies. In my opinion he is one of the most underrated players in the game.

This is the first meeting between the pair, and I expect a tight three set match. This promises to be an another interesting match between NextGen star Juame Munar and Argentine Leonardo Mayer. Munar has been playing some great tennis over the past year and qualified for the NextGen finals in Milan. Mayer has been struggling for form in recent months, however he will feel more comfortable back on the red clay.

Pronostic Djere L. - Diego Schwartzman

He reached the semifinals of Roland Garros and is the last player to knock out Novak Djokovic in a Grand Slam. Aljaz Bedene is ranked inside the top-100; however, he has lost four of the seven matches he has played this year and is struggling to put up consistent results on the tour. The pair have met once before with Bedene winning in two straightforward sets on the hard courts of Winston-Salem four years ago. Last weeks Buenos Aires champion Marco Cecchinato has enjoyed a breakthrough year on the ATP World Tour.

Aljaz Bedene is ranked inside the top-100; however, he has lost four of the seven matches he has played this year and is struggling to put up consistent results on the tour. Last weeks Buenos Aires champion Marco Cecchinato has enjoyed a breakthrough year on the ATP World Tour. The pair have met once before with Bedene winning in two straightforward sets on the hard courts of Winston-Salem four years ago. He reached the semifinals of Roland Garros and is the last player to knock out Novak Djokovic in a Grand Slam.

Juan Martin Del Potro, Nikoloz Basilashvili, Dusan Lajovic). On the opposite side of the net will be a player on the opposite side of a career. The Serbian has had a brilliant clay-court season, compiling a 15-7 win-loss record including his maiden ATP title at Rio de Janeiro. Paolo Lorenzis decline has been rapid this season and the 37-year-old barely scraped through Peter Torebko in a third-set tie-break on Monday. He didnt back off after that, scoring some impressive wins on European clay as well (e.g. This might be closer than it looks ranking-wise, but Djere is still heavily favored to win.

It wont get easier for the Hungarian as in the second round he will face Filip Krajinovic, whos won 18 out of 21 clay-court matches he played this season. The Hungarian bageled his opponent, Croatian Viktor Galovic, in the first set but in an unpredictable turn, Galovic served for the match in the third. Balazs was forced to save seven match points, including two on his opponents serve before finally triumphing in the deciding tie-break. It was not just another day in the office for Attila Balazs. The Serbian had a pretty late finish to his match yesterday, which gives him just about 17 hours to recover.

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We all know how erratic Fabio Fognini can b,e but since capturing the biggest title of his career at this years Monte Carlo Masters, the Italian has been rather convincing, reaching back to back third rounds at Madrid and Rome (lost to Thiem and Tsitsipas) and the fourth round at Roland Garros (lost to Zverev). His countryman is a very decent clay court player, but this is one is on Fabio and his mental stability.

The Serbian has had a brilliant clay-court season, compiling a 15-7 win-loss record including his maiden ATP title at Rio de Janeiro. He didnt back off after that, scoring some impressive wins on European clay as well (e.g. Paolo Lorenzis decline has been rapid this season and the 37-year-old barely scraped through Peter Torebko in a third-set tie-break on Monday. On the opposite side of the net will be a player on the opposite side of a career. Juan Martin Del Potro, Nikoloz Basilashvili, Dusan Lajovic). This might be closer than it looks ranking-wise, but Djere is still heavily favored to win.