Top seed Stefanos Tsitsipas of Greece will play World No. 214 Joao Domingues in the quarterfinal of the Millennium Estoril Open on Friday, May 3. The match is scheduled to take place at 2pm (13:00 BST). You can find the Stefanos Tsitsipas v Joao Domingues live streaming options here.
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Stefanos Tsitsipas v Joao Domingues Head to Head
There is no history of any previous meetings between these two players on the ATP tour. However, they have played once on a Challenger event in 2017 where Tsitsipas won is straight sets.
Tsitsipas Achieved A Landmark Win In Estoril Opener
The Greek player has been a revelation this year to say the least. His 2019 season has been on an upward trajectory and this has been highlighted with a career-high ranking of World No.10.
Tsitsipas beat Guido Andreozzi in the second round in Estoril in a thoroughly straight forward contest to record his 20th match win of the season. That victory propelled Tsitsipas to No.2 on the list (level with Guido Pella) and behind Daniil Medvedev who is the ATP tour leader in terms of matches won in 2019 (25).
The 20-year-old is the top seed this week and perhaps the clear favorite to win the title on Sunday. Tsitsipas has advanced to the quarterfinals or better at six tour level events this year. He was a champion in Marseille and reached the finals in Dubai where he lost to Roger Federer.
Domingues Has Created History Of His Own
The name Joao Domingues may not be the most popular among ardent tennis fans, but the 25-year-old’s name is cherished dearly in his home country particularly after producing a gutsy display in the first round at the Millennium Estoril Open when he knocked out the sixth seeded Australian Alex De Minaur.
Domingues overpowered and bamboozled the 2019 Sydney International champion in a 6-2 2-6 6-2 win which ensured he posted his first main draw win of 2019 on the ATP tour level.
The Portuguese did not stop there, and he went on to eliminate another Australian in the shape of John Millman albeit via a retirement. His passage to the quarterfinals meant that he became the lowest-ranked Estoril quarterfinalist in the tournament’s five-year history.
Tsitsipas v Domingues Predictions & Tips
Tsitsipas was mightily impressive in his straight sets win over Andreozzi in atrocious windy conditions. The Greek will face a man whose confidence is sky high at the moment. Tennis is all about fine margins and Domingues has nothing to lose especially when you consider he won his first main draw match this week. If Tsitsipas is not dialed in from the off, this could turn into a battle. Domingues will certainly get the whole support from the crowd now that he is the lone Portuguese man left in the draw, but I think Tsitsipas will put an end to his fairytale.
Tip: Tsitsipas to win in three sets: 13/4 (888Sport)