Pablo Andujar (@3.75) vs Jo-Wilfried Tsonga (@1.22)

Our Prediction:

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga will win

Pablo Andujar – Jo-Wilfried Tsonga Match Prediction | 15-09-2019 05:00

But the Spaniard, who won all four of his career-titles, on the red dirt remains a dangerous player on the clay and reached the final at the Grand Prix Hassan II earlier this season. He spreads the court excellently with his forehand and will give little away by way of unforced errors. Long rallies seem certain to be the order of the day in this contest with neither blessed with massive power. But Andujar is unquestionably the superior clay courter and, if he is fit, he should have enough to pass the test of Millman.

Jo-Wilfried Tsonga, who won the inaugural Lyon Open in 2017 by defeating Tomas Berdych in the final, will open his campaign for a second title against Serbias Dusan Lajovic, seeded 5th. Tsonga, once ranked as high as 5th in the world, is not the force he once was, but his booming serve and forehand remain a powerful combination and there are few better volleyers on tour than the Frenchman. Beloved by the French public, he should also be able to rely on the overwhelming majority of the crowd for support.

Kyle Edmund is not playing his best tennis this year and he is now ranked 31th on ATP list . The main reason for that is that Pablo Andujar is a clay court specialist and he is very bad on hard surface . I think Kyle Edmund will win this match for sure , but i will try with a tip that he will win 3:0 . However , i think he is still a huge favorite against Pablo Andujar . This is a first round match on ATP US Open between British tennis player Kyle Edmund and Spanish Pablo Andujar .

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In one of the final warm up events before the beginning of the French Open next week, the ATP Tour has stopped in southern France for the Lyon Open. Though the majority of the main draw doesnt begin until Monday, four players are set to kick off their campaigns on Sunday, including former-French #1 Jo-Wilfried Tsonga. But who will advance to the second round?

Well still take the Frenchman but we dont expect it to be that easy. The Italian already scored four straight set wins and is very familiar with the conditions. However, Sonego is no pushover and he can certainly challenge Tsonga. It seems like Tsonga is finally back on the right track. His win over Kyle Edmund in the second round certainly meant a lot to him, and the big forehand is starting to wreak havoc on the opponents just as it did a few seasons ago.

Andujar-Alba should like his chances as long as he gets his first serve in play and avoids tight service points. Andujar-Alba is coming off a match where he won 48 percent of his total service points and had 25 unforced errors to six winners. Pablo Andujar-Alba is coming off a fourth round appearance in the US Open and has won six of his last nine matches overall. Andujar-Alba has lost his opening match four times since Miami. However, Andujar-Alba was highly effective with his serve before that performance and has been a rather consistent player overall since Gstaad. Andujar-Alba has won four of his last six matches on hard court.

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Pablo Andjar vs Jo Wilfried Tsonga (16 September 2019)

However, he managed to defeat Federico Delbonis and Philipp Kohlschreiber after saving set points in the first set of both matches. Despite Vesely leading the head to head, theyve never met on clay, and were going to go with the three-time champion at this event Pablo Andujar to somehow find a way to win again. The Spaniard ought to be running on his last legs at this point, having won 12 matches during the last 15 days.

But he certainly has the game to cause Tsonga problems. That said, the Frenchman usually saves his best tennis for when playing on home turf. Expect him to show he is not quite a spent force with a memorable victory in front of the Lyon crowd. He moves well on the clay and can do real damage with both his forehand and backhand, although unforced errors can be a problem for him. The Serbian has enjoyed a fine season, highlighted by a run to the Monte Carlo Masters final (lost to Fognini). He may need it against Lajovic.