On September 18, Diego Schwarzman and Hubert Gurkach will compete for a ticket to the Masters quarterfinals in Rome, and we have prepared a forecast for this fight. Will the class show the favorite?
The Argentinian is sharpened for playing on the ground, so it is on this surface that it is most convenient for him to act. Diego failed at the recent tournament in Kitzbühel, where he lost in the second match to Laszlo Gyr (6-7, 2-6).
For Schwartzman, such a performance was unacceptable, so he decided to improve at the Masters in Rome. The representative of Argentina began the competition with a victory over John Millman, although this outcome was quite predictable (6-4, 7-6).
The native of Buenos Aires, as always, gave all the best on the court, so there are no particular complaints about him, although stability would not hurt. There is a meeting with another subordinate ahead, but the 15th racket of the world is already used to it.
The Polish tennis player was also spotted at the Kitzbühel competition, but he suffered the same fate as Diego Schwarzman, although the 31st racket of the world lost to Maximilian Materer (1-6, 4-6).
Already in Rome, Gurkach began to demonstrate his usual level of play, we saw a good serve and good actions on the back line. A native of Wroslav at the start of the Masters dealt with Daniel Evans (6-3, 3-6, 7-5), and in the previous meeting he sensationally passed Andrei Rublev (7-6, 3-6, 6-2).
Hubert tries to finish the rally in two or three touches to give his opponent no time to think. In short, a very interesting confrontation awaits us ahead.
The rivals crossed each other once, then the match ended with Hubert Gurkach’s victory on hard.
This season Diego Schwarzman played ten matches on clay, of which he won seven.
In the course of Masters, the Pole gave 17 aces.
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Hubert Gurkach is a tennis player who builds the game around a powerful serve and so far this strategy brings good results, but only due to this it will be difficult to beat the Argentine.
Diego Schwarzman moves well on the court, acts great on the reception, which is important in the game against the Pole and has a fighting character. In our opinion, the 15th racket of the world should show its class, especially on a profile surface, so we expect his victory.
Our prediction is Diego Schwartzman’s victory for the odds of 1.57 in the 1xBet