Ivashka vs Andujar: who will be stronger?

Ilya Ivashka - Pablo Andujar. Prediction for the match ATP Sofia (29 September 2021)


Ilya Ivashka

Ilya Ivashka

29/09/21 07:00 CET
Pablo Andújar

Pablo Andújar

Place Arena Armeec (Sofia)
Ivashka vs Andujar tennis match forecast

Ilya Ivashka and Pablo Andujar will meet during the tournament of ATP Sofia. What to bet on? - read our forecast.

Ilya Ivashka

Ivashka is definitely in good shape now. We recall that Ilya managed to reach the semifinals on the eve in Nur-Sultan. And a little earlier he won his first ATP title in his career - he won the tournament in Winston-Salem, where he played at an incredible level, defeating Marina Cilic, Jan Lennard-Struff and Pablo Carreno-Busta during the tournament.

So Ivashka should also expect a productive performance in Sofia, especially since his tournament grid is not the most difficult.

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Pablo Andújar

Andujar managed to make a lot of noise at the US Open in early September, which no one expected from him. The Spanish veteran completed the third round of the competition in New York.

However, hard is still a difficult surface for Pablo. The Spaniard feels most comfortable exclusively on the ground. As for indoor, Andujar has not played in the gym this season, and his statistics of victories and defeats indoors during his career is negative - 28 versus 43.

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  • Andujar has had two tie-breaks in the last five games.
  • Less than 9.5 games have been played in 3 of Ivashka's last 5 matches in the first set.

Our Prediction

Andujar looks pretty good for his 35. Of course, the Spaniard feels confident only on clay, but on hard, he sometimes succeeds. So Ivashka shouldn't count on an easy walk. The Spaniard will definitely give a fight to the Belarusian, whom by the way he has already beaten during his career. We are expecting a "Riding" duel in this pair.

Our prediction is a total over 20 games with the odds of 1.97 on 1xbet.

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