Krawietz / Mies (@2.37) vs Rojer / Tecau (@1.6)
11-11-2019

Our Prediction:

Rojer / Tecau will win

Krawietz / Mies – Rojer / Tecau Match Prediction | 11-11-2019 07:00

Third-placed Lukasz Kubot and Marcelo Melo, the 2017 finalists at the season finale, trail the Americans by only 35 points, while 2015 Nitto ATP Finals titlists Jean-Julien Rojer and Horia Tecau (sixth), this seasons Mutua Madrid Open champions, and 2016/17 winners Henri Kontinen and John Peers (seventh) are separated by just 10 points with less than four months to go until the event at The O2 in London from 10-17 November.

He finished runner-up in 2010 and 2012. Nadal has a 51-6 match record on the season and has qualified for the season finale for a record 15th consecutive year. 1 in the ATP Rankings for a fifth time, leads Group Andre Agassi alongside Daniil Medvedev (2-0 in FedEx ATP Head2Head), Stefanos Tsitsipas (4-1) and 2018 titlist Zverev (5-0). Rafael Nadal, who will be bidding to clinch year-end No.

1, leads Group Bjorn Borg alongside Roger Federer (26-22 in FedEx ATP Head2Head), Dominic Thiem (6-3) and Matteo Berrettini. Federer both times). Federer), 2013 (d. Djokovic, a five-time year-end No. Nadal) and 2014-15 (d. Djokovic, who has a 53-9 match record in 2019, has qualified for the season finale for the 13th time (2007-16, 2018-19), highlighted by five title runs in 2008 (d. 1 who is currently 640 points behind Nadal in the battle to finish year-end No. Davydenko), 2012 (d.

Q2 Doubles Review: Cabal/Farah Setting The Pace

Murray/Soares), their second consecutive Internazionali BNL d'Italia title (d. Five years on from lifting their first trophy in Rio de Janeiro, Cabal and Farah have compiled a 15-16 record in finals, which includes successes over the past few months at the Barcelona Open Banc Sabadell (d. Klaasen/Venus) and at the Nature Valley International (d. Gonzalez/Zeballos) that set up their run at the All England Club.

I think my competitive instincts started kicking in, said Murray. I felt relaxed at the beginning of the week, but felt more nervous as it went on. My hip has felt great, pain-free. It was Murrays first ATP Tour doubles title since prevailing with his brother, Jamie Murray, at the 2011 Rakuten Japan Open Tennis Championships in Tokyo (d. Cermak/Polasek), and gave him a confidence boost for his chances of returning to singles competition, potentially later in 2019.

With ATP Challenger Tour titles in Rome, Almaty, Genova, Sibiu and Eckental on their mantle-pieces in 2018, the Germans were well-travelled before they captured their first ATP Tour crown in February this year at the New York Open, where they didnt drop a set all week. But it wasnt until they dipped back to the second tier, with two further crowns in Marbella and Heilbronn, that they made their Top 50 breakthroughs ahead of their debuts at the clay-court major championship in Paris.

Kevin Krawietz and Andreas Mies are among the best doubles in the world. Fognini and Lopez do not have some major doubles results in the past time. Fognini will also play a single in this tournament, we should expect a better result than him in a single in this tournament, though nothing is certain about him. This will be the first match between these two doubles because Fognini and Lopez play together for the first time in a tournament. The German doubles will play against Fabio Fognini and Feliciano Lopez in the start of this Masters. Lopez is an experienced doubles player, but currently more active and successful in singles, Fognini is not a reliable doubles partner, and Fognini should be expected to be of great help to the German doubles in this match. The two were one of the best doubles in challenger tournaments for a long time; they won Roland Garros this season, and they will be very dangerous in this Masters in Paris.

Kevin Krawietz/Andreas Mies vs. Jamie Murray/Neal Skupski 01.11.2019 - BNP Paribas Masters - Paris - Vergleich

5. The Bryans have clinched two ATP Tour titles this year: their fifth Delray Beach Open by VITACOST.com (d. Koolhof/Tsitsipas). ATP Doubles Race To London Shaping UpA little more than three months ago, Cabal and Farah could be found in 13th position on 690 points in the ATP Doubles Race To London, but today lead the quest for a spot at the Nitto ATP Finals in November on 5,250 points. Skupski/Skupski) and their sixth Miami Open presented by Itau (d. 1 team (having finished second behind Oliver Marach and Mate Pavic in 2018). The Colombians lead the second-placed Bryan twins (2,690) by 2,560 points and are already in strong contention to finish 2019 as the year-end No.

Andre Agassi won the 1990 season finale, when the event was held in Frankfurt, while Bjorn Borg won the 1979 and 1980 titles at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Eight different countries are represented in the elite eight-man singles field for the fourth consecutive year, with Group Bjorn Borg matches beginning on Sunday, 10 November. Group Andre Agassi matches are scheduled to begin on Monday, 11 November. Four played aged 23 and under will compete at The O2 in London.

4. Andy Murray Makes Welcome & Dramatic Return At The Queens ClubFive months on from undergoing right hip surgery, Andy Murray made a welcome return to the ATP Tour in June not on the singles court, but in tandem with Feliciano Lopez at the Fever-Tree Championships. Having saved two set points in the opening set, the pair clinched the title with a 7-6(6), 5-7, 10-5 win over Rajeev Ram and Joe Salisbury.

MATCH STATISTICS

Berrettini (ITA)Not Before 6:00 pm[2] L. Herbert (FRA) / N. Cabal (COL) / R. Thiem (AUT)SCHEDULE - MONDAY, 11 NOVEMBER 2019CENTRE COURT start 12:00 noon[3] K. Farah (COL) vs [7] P. Djokovic (SRB) vs [8] M. Kubot (POL) / M. Salisbury (GBR) vs [5] R. Ram (USA) / J. Venus (NZL)Not Before 2:00 pm[2] N. Nadal (ESP) vs [7] A. Medvedev (RUS) vs [6] S. Dodig (CRO) / F. Mies (GER) vs [6] J. Tecau (ROU)Not Before 2:00 pm[4] D. Federer (SUI) vs [5] D. Klaasen (RSA) / M. Polasek (SVK)Not Before 8:00 pm[3] R. Rojer (NED) / H. Tsitsipas (GRE)Not Before 6:00 pm[1] J. Melo (BRA) vs [8] I. Krawietz (GER) / A. SCHEDULE - SUNDAY, 10 NOVEMBER 2019CENTRE COURT start 12:00 noon[4] R. Mahut (FRA)Not Before 8:00 pm[1] R.

1 for so long I owe it to this guy. Weve been pushing each other and never really taken the foot off the gas as long as weve been playing. It seems like yesterday that we won Roland Garros [in 2003] and reached No. 1, but to be No. Its a dream to hit No. 1, Mike Bryan told ATPTour.com. Weve always reached for more and never been satisfied when weve won a tournament and set our sights on the next one.