Andrey Rublev vs Liam Caruana Tennis Prediction
The second Thursday match in the ATP NextGen Finals tournament in Milan will take place between the Russian Andrey Rublev and the guest of the Italian Liam Caruana in a game that will only be staked on the Russian Rublev who needs a victory clear to hope for qualification in the semifinals.
The 21-year old Russian player is currently ranked 31th in the ATP standings of the singles test.
After winning the first set against Taylor Fritz, Andrey Rublev saw himself 2-1 in sets, being very close to defeat, resuming later to impose in the tiebreak of set 4 and to make the victory in the decisive set.
In the second game he met Australian Alex De Minaur, one of the most formidable players in this tournament with Stefanos Tsitsipas, in which the Russian Rublev managed to award a single set, the score being 3-1 in favor of De Minaur .
The Italian player, aged 20, currently occupies the 375th place in the ATP standings of the singles test.
As I prefigured the first round, Liam Caruana had no chance against the talented Australian Alex De Minaur, who defeated the Italian in a minimum of sets in just 55 minutes.
In the second match he managed to win the inaugural set in front of Taylor Fritz, but he was defeated 3-1 in sets, without any big trouble to the American, the difference of experience being a significant one.
One match played at the ATP tournament at the start of the season in Auckland, while only the Challenger and ITF tournaments took part.
Tennis Prediction of the Day Andrey Rublev vs Liam Caruana
Andrey Rublev needs the victory to qualify for the semifinals, and Liam Caruana should not have any trouble controlling this game.
Being a big fight player, Andrey Rublev will try to get a clearest victory, the most possible in the minimum of sets in front of the Italian to qualify for the semifinals.
Andrey Rublev is expected to play a solid game in this tournament until now, and Liam Caruana does not seem to have the necessary experience to make the Russians difficult.
Prediction Today: Andrey Rublev wins 3-0 to sets