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Our Prediction:

Salvatore Caruso will win

Tommy Robredo – Salvatore Caruso Match Prediction | 04-10-2019 10:00

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The 2013 champion faces Salvatore Caruso whos in the best form of his career. The Italian put up a very decent showing at the French Open, defeating Jaume Munar and Gilles Simon before ultimately losing to Novak Djokovic in the third round. It will be a hard fought battle but expect the more experienced Spaniard to be really hungry to get back to the highest competition level and take the win.

The 17-year-old Italian prodigy just keeps on delivering, coming back from a 1-6, 1-3 deficit to defeat Pedro Sousa for his third tour-level win.

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The Spaniard is a shadow of the player he once was but that shadow can still have very good patches of play. A couple of Challenger titles in Pozna and Parma allowed him to get his ranking high enough to be able to find himself in the qualifying draws for ATP Tour events. Robredo is trying to advance to the main draw at tour level for the first time since US Open 2018. In the final round of qualifying at the Croatia Open, Tommy Robredo will face Salvatore Caruso.

Cecchinato is a very crafty clay-court player but he hasnt managed to follow up his 2018 season, which included a maiden Grand Slam semifinal appearance at Roland Garros. A pretty surprising head-to-head to say the least. Nevertheless, after a short-lived grass-court campaign, Cecchinato is back on his favorite surface and will face a familiar foe, Aljaz Bedene. The Italian was up two sets to love against Nicolas Mahut in the first round this year but eventually lost the match, costing him 720 ranking points.

Rublev is a former champion of the event and he certainly likes the conditions in Umag, proven by a great performance to dispatch Robin Haase in straight sets on Monday. The Russians forehand has a huge backswing and on a clay court, he will have enough power to dominate Dusan Lajovic.

The key moments of the thrilling 2019 Wimbledon mens final may still be fresh in the memory, but the tennis calendar will shift now back to the European clay. The Croatia Open in Umag is one of three ATP events this week and should offer plenty of exciting action with a number of excellent clay-courters in the draw. But who will advance on day one?


For Coric, it is the first match of the tournament, whereas Caruso had to play three to even get to this round. The Croat won their only encounter in Rome qualifying in a third-set tie-break but while four years later Coric is a steady ATP Top 20 player, Carusos development has been much slower. However, the Croat was forced to skip Wimbledon because of an abdominal injury he got in Halle and theres no way of predicting whether he will be a 100 percent fit. The Italians qualified for and made the third round at Roland Garros this year and hes surely good enough to take advantage should Coric not be fit enough but otherwise, he just doesnt have the firepower to trouble the Croat. The Italian qualified with wins over Nik Razborsek and Tommy Robredo and defeated Corentin Moutet to set up a second career meeting with Coric.

Sinner is one of the breakthrough talents of this years ATP Challenger tour, taking a title in Bergamo and losing in Ostrava final to Kamil Majchrzak. It should be a good opportunity to continue what has been a remarkable season for the 17-year-old. The Italian even made his mark on the ATP Tour, defeating Steve Johnson in Rome. Sousa won a Challenger tournament in Blois a month ago but has had a couple of nasty losses since, getting beaten in straight sets by Frederico Silva and Benjamin Hassan. A very good prospect, Sinner is a natural clay-courter and is surely capable of pulling off a good run at the ATP 250 level.