Filip Krajinovic (@1.25) vs Cedrik-Marcel Stebe (@4.0)
27-08-2019

Our Prediction:

Filip Krajinovic will win
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Filip Krajinovic – Cedrik-Marcel Stebe Match Prediction | 27-08-2019 13:00

Pablo Andujar has looked rusty in both of his matches but has found a way to win. Both men survived massive scares in their Round of 16 matches, coming from a break down in the third set to win it in a tiebreak. Dusan Lajovic in his first match here would be happy he got through after Denis Istomin failed to serve out the match.

While Sousas run at Wimbledon was great, Roberto Bautista Aguts run was even more spectacular. Sousa comes into this match with a decent amount of wins but Bautista Agut has won the last three times theyve met. This should be a fiercely contested affair laden with long rallies.

He then joined Viktor Troicki and Nenad Zimonji in the team of Serbia at the 2010 ARAG ATP World Team Championship in Dsseldorf, Germany.[22] Krajinovi also made the second Challenger final of his career in Kosice, Slovakia. 2 Novak Djokovic in the quarterfinals when Djokovic retired.[21] Krajinovi lost to the third seed and eventual tournament winner Sam Querrey in the semifinals. 4 player James Blake in three sets in the first round.[18] Krajinovi then earned a wild card for 2010 Barcelona Open Banco Sabadell,[19] where he lost to Juan Ignacio Chela in the first round.[20] Receiving a wild card for 2010 Serbia Open, Krajinovi collected his first ATP World Tour victory over Evgeny Donskoy. 1 player Roger Federer.[16] Upon losing to Harel Levy in the second round of Challenger in Sunrise qualifying, he was awarded with a wild card for 2010 Sony Ericsson Open main draw,[17] where he lost to former world No. He defeated former French Open champion Gastn Gaudio in three sets in the first round, but then lost to Tim Smyczek in the second.[15] During the tournament, Krajinovi practiced along with world No. In February 2010, he took part in challenger tournament GEMAX Open in Belgrade, defeating Somdev Devvarman in the first round but losing to Alex Bogdanovic.[14] Krajinovi played the qualifications for the 2010 BNP Paribas Open. He then defeated Horacio Zeballos in the second round and won the first set against the first seed and world No.

Filip Krajinovi

Starting from scratch with a ranking of 1403, Krajinovi returned to the ITF Futures circuit and to the ATP Challenger tour. In May, he made his Roland Garros debut, defeating 3 opponents, all of whom were ranked several hundred places above him, in the qualifying round and returning to the top 500 in the process.

Carballes Baena has looked solid since dropping the first set against Paolo Lorenzi and is seeded sixth here. However, Ramos Vinolas in all certainty looked even more secure against the second-seeded Fernando Verdasco. Most importantly Ramos Vinolas has protected his serve, his weakest shot, getting broken only once so far.

Krajinovi made his professional debut at the Futures event in 2008 at Miami Beach, Florida, but lost in the first round.[6] He played at several more futures and challengers, his best result being the semifinals in Knoxville, Tennessee, when he retired from his semifinals match against Bobby Reynolds due to a foot injury.[11] In Knoxville he had a large group of supporters, mostly Serbian students attending the University of Tennessee. In February 2009 Krajinovi played qualifications for 2009 SAP Open, but lost to Somdev Devvarman in the first round.[12] In March Krajinovi was invited by Serbia Davis Cup team captain Bogdan Obradovi to be with the team for their 2009 Davis Cup World Group first round tie against Spain, but didn't play in an official match.[13] In April he reached the quarterfinals of 2009 U.S.

Filip Krajinovi (Serbian Cyrillic: , pronounced[flip krajnoit]; born 27 February 1992) is a Serbian professional tennis player who achieved a career-high singles ranking of world No. 26 on 23 April 2018.[2] He made his ATP World Tour debut at the 2009 Serbia Open, losing in the first round.[3] His best individual result has been a Masters 1000 final. He holds ATP main draw victories over former or current top 10 players such as Novak Djokovic, Stan Wawrinka, Tom Berdych, Daniil Medvedev, Gilles Simon, David Goffin (twice), Marcos Baghdatis, John Isner and Fabio Fognini and has a victory in a Masters qualifying round over former top 5 player Gastn Gaudio. He played a Davis Cup semifinal with the Serbian national team.

In Indian Wells he ran into world No. After an early exit in Qatar and missing the Australian Open due to injury, he found solid form making the final 16 in Rotterdam, losing a tight match to world No. He achieved a career-high No. In August he retired in US Open first round due to cramps while trailing Matthew Ebden 41 in the fifth set. He did not compete at the 2018 French Open and his season was shortened to 7 tournaments in the opening 7 months of season due to left foot, left ankle and hand injuries. 26 in ATP Rankings on 23 April. At the Dubai Tennis Championships, he made his first ATP 500 semifinal allowing him to reach the top 30. 1 Roger Federer in the third round, losing in straight sets. 5 Grigor Dimitrov and a quarterfinal appearance at the Open 13.

Clay has proved to be an ally for both of these talented players but recently more so for Lajovic. The Serb risks running out of fuel having played a lot of tennis over the past week. The single-hander can be a bane on clay but for Lajovic it has been ironclad this year on clay.

In 2017 he won five challenger tour titles, all on clay: the Neckar Cup, Marburg Open, Thindown Challenger Biella, BFD Energy Challenger in Rome, and the Almaty Challenger. After defeating Yichi Sugita, Sam Querrey and Nicolas Mahut, his quarterfinal opponent, world No. 1 Rafael Nadal, withdrew from their match due to injury. 33. He then beat John Isner to reach the final, becoming the first qualifier to reach the final at Masters level since Jerzy Janowicz in 2012[28] and the lowest ranked player to compete in a Masters 1000 final since world No. He made an unexpected late-season run at the Paris Masters, qualifying for only his second ATP main draw of the year. Krajinovi broke into the top 75 after reaching the second round of Moscow as a qualifier. 98 Mardy Fish in Indian Wells in 2008.[29] He lost to Jack Sock in the finals, but as the runner up, reached a then career-high ranking of world No.

When you factor in their form heading into Gstaad, both of them have definitely punched above their weight. Cedrik Marcel Stebe was yet to win an ATP main draw match in 2019 before he notched up two fine wins over Corentin Moutet and Jiri Vesely. Thomas Fabbiano has an abysmal win-loss record on clay over his career but his win over Lorenzo Sonego should give him a load of confidence.

ATP Swiss Open Quarterfinal Predictions

Balazs was forced to save seven match points, including two on his opponents serve before finally triumphing in the deciding tie-break. 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. 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 Serbian had a pretty late finish to his match yesterday, which gives him just about 17 hours to recover. It was not just another day in the office for Attila Balazs.