Shapovalov vs Fritz: What to bet on?

Denis Shapovalov - Taylor Fritz. ATP San Diego Prediction (30 September 2021)


Denis Shapovalov

Denis Shapovalov

30/09/21 18:00 CET
Taylor Fritz

Taylor Fritz

Tournament USA, ATP San Diego
Place Barnes Tennis Center (San Diego)
Shapovalov vs Fritz tennis match forecast

Denis Shapovalov and Taylor Fritz will meet in Barnes Tennis Center (San Diego). What to bet on? - read our forecast.

Denis Shapovalov

Shapovalov does not perform well this season. Denis managed to prove himself only in some tournaments, but in general he plays poorly.

The representative of Canada was eliminated in the third round of the competition at the US Open, losing in three games to Lloyd Harris. And just recently, Shapovalov devastatingly lost in two sets to Daniil Medvedev (4-6, 0-6) in the Laver Cup exhibition tournament held in Boston.

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Taylor Fritz

Fritz underwent meniscus surgery a few months ago and is now quietly trying to get back into the game. So far, everything is going more or less normal for the American.

The first round match turned out to be difficult for him in San Diego, but he won it and this should give him confidence for further achievements. At the start of the current competition, Fritz met with the Italian Salvatore Caruso, who needed two games for Taylor to defeat (6-4, 7-6).

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  • Fritz has played tie-breaks five times in the last five games.
  • More than 9.5 games have been played in 3 of Shapovalov's last 5 matches in the first set.

Our Prediction

The upcoming match promises to be protracted. Both tennis players are currently in approximately the same playing condition. Recently, none of them have been particularly impressive, so hardly anyone will be able to complete the upcoming duel in two sets. We expect the match to drag on for three games.

Our prediction is a total over 22 games with the odds of 1.71 on 1xbet.

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