Alexei Popyrin (@1.62) vs Federico Delbonis (@2.3)
23-08-2019

Our Prediction:

Alexei Popyrin will win

Alexei Popyrin – Federico Delbonis Match Prediction | 23-08-2019

Popyrin lost in Semifinal at Eddie Herr International Junior Tennis Championships - IMG / Bollettieri Sports Academy Bradenton, FL (USA), Passagespoirs Le Passage (FRA), as well as Final of Campionati Internazionali BNL d'Italia U12 - Circolo Canottieri in Roma (ITA). In the same year he competed in the Tennis Europe u12 circuit, winning in Stork International 12 & Under in Oetwil Am See (SUI), Torneo U12 - Porto San Giorgio in Porto San Giorgio (ITA),[9] Torneo Citta Di Padova in Padova (ITA). In 2011, Popyrin won the Australian u12s Grasscourt Championships and with Chase Ferguson, won the u12s National Claycourt Doubles Championships.

We have played a few times in the past and I normally play well against him, so I was just trying to be aggressive and take time away from him. It was definitely a great win. I am feeling fresh and ready for tough situations like the second set today, so I am looking forward to my next match, said Shapovalov.

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Popyrin started competing in ITF Junior circuit in 2013 and in 2017, reached the semifinals at the 2017 Australian Open in the junior doubles tournament.[10] He then followed that up by winning 22 consecutive matches winning 4 consecutive tournaments: the Mediterranee Avenir - Club Olympic CasablancaisCasablanca (MAR), Trofeo Bonfiglio - Tennis Club Milano Milan (ITA), the 2017 French Open junior singles title in May 2017 and his first ITF Professional tournament in Poland F4 Futures Mragowo (POL).

Krajinovic broke twice in a row in the fifth and seventh games to cruise to a 6-1 win in the third set. Krajnovic broke serve in the 12th game to win the second set 7-5. Filip Krajnovic came back from one set down to beat Tomas Berdych 3-6 7-5 6-1. The Serbian player went down a break to trail 4-5 in the second set, but he came back by breaking serve in the 10th game, when Berdych was serving for the match.

Paire broke serve, when Humbert was serving for the match at 6-5 in the second set. Benoit Paire came back from losing the first set to beat French Next Gen player Ugo Humbert 3-6 7-6 (7-2) 6-3. Paire went up a double break to a 4-1 lead. Humbert converted his third break-back point in the eighth point, but Paire broke for the third time to seal the win.

Millman did not convert two break points in the fifth game, but he broke serve in the seventh game to take a 4-3 lead and held his next service games to win the second set 6-4. The Australian player sealed the win with a double break in the ninth game. Both players held their serve until 3-3 before Millman got the decisive break in the seventh game. Cecchinato saved the first break point of the match in the 12th game to set up a tie-break. Millman went up a mini-break, but Cecchinato broke straight back. John Millman came back from one set down to beat Marco Cecchinato 6-7 (5-7) 6-4 6-3. Cecchinato got another break earning a set point and sealed the tie-break 7-5.

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The Spaniard broke three times to cruise to a bagel win in the second set after 25 minutes. Carreno Busta broke back in the sixth game before converting his sixth set point in the tie-break. Sonego got an early break to open up a 4-1 lead in the first set. Pablo Carreno Busta cruised past Lorenzo Sonego 7-6 6-0 after 1 hour and 40 minutes to reach his fourth quarter final of the season.

Later in January, Popyrin made his Grand Slam debut at the 2018 Australian Open after being awarded a wildcard.[12] He lost in round 1 to Tim Smyczek. Popyrin spent the next six months in Europe playing in challenger tournaments, increasing his ranking. He lost in round 1 to John Millman. In January 2018, Popyrin qualified for an ATP World Tour tournament for the first time at the Sydney International beating Nicolas Mahut and Federico Delbonis. Popyrin started the 2018 season ranked No.622, achieving a career-high ranking 25 times over the course of the season peaking at No.147 in November.

Shapovalov broke serve in the sixth game to open up a 4-2 lead and sealed the first set with a double break with a backhand winner on his second set point. Sandgren broke straight back in the fifth game at love to claw his way back to 2-3 and took a second break at love to take a 4-3 lead. The now retired 37-year-old Russian player is in Shapovalovs coaching box. Shapovalov broke serve at love to build up a 3-0 lead. Shapovalov, who has clinched just five of his eleven matches since Miami last March, has brought on Mikhail Youzhny as his coach on a trial basis. Shapovalov came back by breaking serve in the eighth and tenth games to clinch the win in two sets. Canadian Next Gen player Denis Shapovalov overcame a fight-back from Tennys Sandgren to take a 6-2 6-4 lead.