Stefanos Tsitsipas will look to quell the challenge of Felix Auger-Aliassime in the quarter finals of the Fever-Tree Championships at the Queen’s Club in London on Friday, June 21. The match will be played at 1.20 pm local time (or 1.20 pm BST). You can find the Stefanos Tsitsipas v Felix Auger-Aliassime live streaming options, preview and predictions here.
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Stefanos Tsitsipas v Felix Auger-Aliassime Head to Head
The two players met at the Monte Carlo Masters 1000 earlier this year in their only meeting. It was won by the Canadian in straight sets.
Tsitsipas’ Confidence on Grass Continues to Grow
20-year-old Greek sensation Stefanos Tsitsipas has been in sensational form for the last 12 months, winning his first three ATP titles, qualifying for the Australian Open semi-finals, the final sixteen at the French Open and other impressive results. He has recorded wins against Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal in this time frame as well.
Currently ranked number six in the world on the ATP circuit, he is well on course for a first appearance at the year-end ATP Tour finals, exactly a year after he won the ATP Under 21 Tour Finals in Milan.
With a strong serve, powerful groundstrokes on either wing, an elegant single handed backhand, and good court coverage, he has evolved as a contender at all tournaments now.
Having mentioned his enthusiasm to do well on grass, Tsitsipas has done well thus far, defeating Kyle Edmund and Jeremy Chardy. His next opponent is Felix Auger- Aliassime in the quarter finals.
Auger-Aliassime Continues Breakthrough 2019
18-year-old Felix Auger-Aliassime burst into the ATP scene after success at the ITF and ATP Challenger levels. He is in his second year on the ATP circuit and has already reached a career high ranking of number 21.
2019 has been a breakthrough year for the Canadian, making the finals of both the Rio Open earlier this year, and the Stuttgart ATP 250 last week. He also made the semi finals of the Miami Open ATP Masters 1000, before losing to Roger Federer.
Auger-Alliasime is an all-court tennis player with a very effective serve, a decent volley and excellent athleticism. His ground strokes are precise as he can make his opponent run on court and finish up at the net, making clay his favorite surface.
Tsitsipas v Auger-Aliassime Predictions & Tips
Both players have evolved significantly in recent months and it promises to be another great battle of quality tennis and powerful and clever stroke making. With not much to choose between both players’ current form, Tsitsipas has probably been a little more consistent of late and is somewhat more experienced. Expect a tight match with Tsitsipas winning in three sets.
Tip: Tsitsipas to win in three sets: 7/2 (888Sport)