John Isner vs Sam Querrey Tennis Prediction
The US player, aged 33, is currently ranked 9th in the ATP standings of the Simple Shot.
The 2018 season is excellent for the best-placed American, entering the top 10 ATP for the first time after managing the first Masters title in Miami, defeating Alexander Zverev in the final.
Two weeks ago, he also managed to put himself in the Atlanta tour, going into the final of Ryan Harrison, this result coming after Wimbledon’s very good performance when he reached the semifinals, being defeated by Kevin Anderson in an epic game , with a score of 26-24 in the decisive set.
The Toronto tournament was prematurely defeated in the 3rd round by the Russian Karen Khachanov in 2 tiebreaks.
The 30-year-old US player is currently ranked 32th in the ATP standings of the Simple Shot.
The 2018 season was quite impressive for Sam Querrey, being often defeated from the first tour of the tournament, especially in the clay season.
The best result of the season won him at the inaugural edition of the Long Island tournament in New York, where he played the final of the tournament and was defeated by Kevin Anderson.
He took part in the Los Cabos and Totonto hardcore tournaments, being defeated in both tournaments from the second run of less productive players on this surface, Egor Gerasimov and Diego Schwartzman respectively.
Tennis Prediction of the Day John Isner vs Sam Querrey
The match will have little show, both players being very focused on service gaming, which should not be a problem for either of them, the two having the main service weapon.
Like all the previous matches, the matches between the two were very balanced, most decided by the tiebreaks, making it very difficult to make a break on the opponent’s service.
I’m counting on this match on an equidistant match, especially on a balanced match start, both players being at the first match in the tournament, and the accommodation period will be one lasting and the first set has great chances to be decided before a tie-break.
Prediction Today: Over 10.5 games in the first set