Tsitsipas: Enters the Cincinnati open battle against Corda

By | August 18, 2004

Stefanos Tsitsipas in the early hours of Thursday (19/08, not before 03.30) will face Sebastian Korda in the second round of the Cincinnati Open. Fans can’t wait for the game to be able to bet through the online betting site.

21-year-old Sebastian Korda will face Stefanos Tsitsipas in the early hours of Thursday (not before 03:30) at his premiere in Cincinnati.

The Greek tennis player and No. 3 in the world, will face for the first time in his career the American, who has had a remarkable season having a record of 22-11, at the same time that Tsitsipas counts the most victories in the Tour having a record of 45-13.

Corda, who suffered a midfield injury that forced him to retire from last week’s Toronto tournament, defeated Serbia’s Laszlo Jere in the first round 6-4, 6-4, marking his first win of the tournament. last year he was defeated by Finland’s Emil Ruususvori.

Medvedev premieres

Toronto and No. 2 world title holder Daniel Medvedev will also face Cincinnati, who will face American and finalist of the Washington (Citi Open) tournament, Mackenzie MacDonald.

The prehistory of the two players favors the Russian, who counts four victories in an equal number of matches and even without losing a set. Their last meeting was at the Australian Open last February with Medvedev prevailing in 3 sets, conceding a total of 9 games.

From Wednesday (18/8) the program also stands out the game of Alexander Zverev with Lloyd Harris, which was postponed on Tuesday due to rain with the two players playing today and the German looking for the first victory in the tournament after 6 participations .

Beyond that, Andy Murray’s game with Hubert Hurkats is interesting, but also that of Alexander Bublik with the renewed Grigor Dimitrov who wants a rematch from the Kazakh for his exclusion from Wimbledon.

An important game is that of Karen Khachanov with Felix Ozer-Aliasim, but also that of Yannick Sinner with the semifinalist of Toronto, John Isner.

Osaka begins

On the women’s board, the most eye-catching game is that of Naomi Osaka with 17-year-old Corey Goff, with the Japanese woman returning to the courts after the Tokyo Olympics.

This particular game will follow, in the program, the match between Elina Svitolina and Angelique Kerber in the first game of the “bronze” of Tokyo, after the Olympic Games.

The No. 1 in the world, Ashley Barty, will play against the qualifier, Heather Watson, while Sampalenka will have a difficult task against the formed and dangerous Paula Bandosa.

In the afternoon program, the game of the American Jessica Pegula with Simona Halep stands out, as well as the match of Ons Zamber with Iga Sfiodek.