Pablo Cuevas vs Dominik Koepfer Match Prediction (29-09-2019 02:30)

Our Prediction:

Dominik Koepfer

Will win

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Day three at the US Open offers no shortage of entertaining action as the top half of the draw vie for a place in the third round. Offering their predictions for this slate of matches are Jim Smith, Yesh Ginsburg, and Harsh Bhoot. Top seed Novak Djokovic will be in action up against Juan Ignacio Londero, and five-time champion Roger Federer is set to take on Damir Dzumhur, whilst Cincinnati winner Daniil Medvedev will take on Hugo Dellien and seventh seed Kei Nishikori faces home hope Bradley Klahn.

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atp beijing, qualification, the match between cuevas and koepfer. koepfer is 85t hplayer on atp rank, this year he has 2-2 indoors, 4-7 on clay, 11-3 on grass and 19-12 on hard court. kopfer played very solid on the atp zhuhai, he had some trouble here againt jung in three setes. cuevas showed very good game here in the first round against wu in two setes. cuevas is 44th player on atp rank, this year he has 32-14 on clay, 1-2 on grass and 6-5 on hard court. here, i think that cuevas has a good chance to win against koepfer.

While they may be having similar results this year, one thing that differentiates them is that the Spaniard knows what it takes to compile a deep run at Grand Slams. That should give him the edge in this one. Neither Carreno Busta nor Berankis has had a great 2019. Both have a win-loss of 50% in 2019 and their rankings are 69 and 68, respectively.

But he looks likely to struggle up against the consistent accuracy of Cuevas. Jim: Pablo Cuevas may not be one of the tours foremost hard-courters, but he has shown in recent years that he can play on any surface, a point he reinforced by dismissing Jack Sock in the first round. Kamil Majchrzak has put together an impressive run in New York after coming through the qualifying and played some excellent tennis to edge the struggling Nicolas Jarry in five in the first round.

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With his confidence at an all time high, Londero won his first round match, recovering from a set down against Elias Ymer. Pablo Cuevas has had a dip in form of late; however, the Uruguayan is an experienced player who has won titles on clay before and he is a big threat to anyone playing him. Londero surprised the tennis world in securing his first ATP World Tour match win and title in the same week at the Cordoba Open. In my opinion, this is the match of the day.

This week is the perfect opportunity for him to pick up ranking points. Joao Sousa is the most experienced p[layer left in the draw. The Portuguese player has had a successful career, having established himself as a top fifty player and having won three ATP titles. Casper Ruud is a promising up and coming player who has had previous success in this tournament having made the semi-finals here. This is the first meeting between the pair. The Norwegian is only 20 years old and ranked #135 in the world.

Head 2 Head

The Spaniard has been in good form lately and has carried that into the US Open, impressing in his 6-3 4-6 7-6 6-3 win over 19th seed Guido Pella. Ricardas Berankis, meanwhile, battled hard to beat qualifier Jiri Vesely in five sets. But he does not have the power to trouble Carreno Busta and he surely will not be able to outlast him either. Jim: Dont overlook the fact that Pablo Carreno Busta is a former-US Open semifinalist.

While Opelka has a killer serve, his baseline game is good enough to stand up to most opponents as well. His first-round victory against Fognini was impressive without being massively surprising and Opelka looks to have a real chance of reaching at least the fourth round. The German Koepfer is a player who has yet to find his footing on the main tour. Harsh: Opelka is another player enjoying a great 2019.

Juan Ignacio Londero, meanwhile, played some great tennis to beat Sam Querrey in four. It is hard to see a different outcome on the other side of the Atlantic. This will be his second crack at a member of the Big Three in a Grand Slam this year after he lost handily to Rafael Nadal in Paris. Jim: Novak Djokovic may not have been at his brilliant best in his 6-4 6-1 6-4 win over Roberto Carballes Baena, but he never looked to be in any danger of losing the match.