Prediction for Andrey Rublev vs Yoshihito Nishioka 7 August 2022
Andrei Rublev vs Yoshihito Nishioka prediction. At first glance, it seems that this fight of the 1/2 finals of the Washington tournament will not please with any intrigue. And let's figure out if everything is really so obvious here.Below we will clearly illustrate why our choice for the match is the most reliable.
H2H Stats and Previous Results
In terms of head-to-head, equality was established between athletes (1-1). Their previous head-to-head confrontation took place at the ATP Cup last year, and then Rublev inflicted a crushing defeat on Nishioka (6-1; 6-3).
Rublev got used to the North American continent very well, which was a huge surprise for us. It's great that Andrei scored such a solid move after a long break. Although it should be said that he has not yet faced really serious challenges. The Russian managed to knock out opponents of modest caliber from the title race. So the future is worth looking at with wariness.
Yoshihito Nishioka: player overview
Nishioka continues to delight the general public with bright performances, and in the remaining games he will most likely also give his best. Yes, Yoshihito failed to limit himself to an easy walk. However, thanks to the prohibitive stress resistance, they always took the initiative to their hands. The representative of Japan is definitely partially satisfied with his performance on the local courts, since thanks to the points scored, he escaped from relegation from the top 100 ranking of the best tennis players in the world.
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