The number one seed Roberto Bautista-Agut of Spain will face compatriot Jaume Munar in the second round of the ATP Swiss Open at Gstaad on Wednesday, July 24. The match is yet to be scheduled. You can find the Roberto Bautista-Agut v Jaume Munar live streaming options along with its preview, head to head and tips here.
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Roberto Bautista-Agut v Jaume Munar Head to Head
The pair have played each other once before, ironically at the same stage of this tournament last year. On that occasion Munar took the first set but Batuista-Agut hit back to win the next two, claiming a relatively easy victory in the end.
Bautista-Agut Keen to Keep the Party Going
Batuista-Agut will be back on court for the first time since his surprise run through to the semi-finals at Wimbledon until his participation at the All-England Club was ended by Novak Djokovic. Since then he has taken time away from tennis to enjoy the bachelor party with his close friends that had to be postponed because of his unexpectedly long stay in South London.
Still his exploits at Wimbledon have propelled him back into the world’s top 15, and at 13, he has now equalled his highest ever ranking. Furthermore, he is now seventh in the ATP Race to London, and has high hopes of making his debut in the season-ending tournament.
The Spaniard has bitter-sweet memories of this event in Gstaad, having reached the final last year only to lose to Matteo Berrettini of Italy in straight sets. However, he has already won 9 ATP career titles – the most recent of which came in Qatar in January – and will have high hopes of adding a tenth this week.
Munar, Hoping to Upset The Odds
22-year old Munar, who is currently ranked 89 in the world, is nine years younger than his opponent on Wednesday. He enjoyed a successful career as a junior, reaching the French Open Boys’ final and winning the equivalent of the Davis Cup, but has yet to replicate that sort of form on the senior tour.
However, he has won 3 Challenger and 7 ITF Futures titles, the last of those to date coming in Calatnissetti in Italy last year.
This year he has reached the quarter-final stage in four tournaments – in Pune, Buenos Aires, Rio, and Marrakech – but he has yet to go further in any event.
He survived a tough opening battle with Malek Jaziri of Tunisia on Tuesday, dropping the first set before coming from behind to win, with a solitary break of serve in the third proving decisive in the end.
Bautista-Agut v Munar Predictions & Tips
Bautista-Agut is the odds on favourite to win this match at 1/3 whilst Munar is priced at 37/13. Whilst Munar took a set of his compatriot a year ago, he will do well even to match that feat this time. Provided that Bautista-Agut has his concentration back on tennis after all his off-court celebrations, he should win in straight sets.
Tip: Bautista-Agut to win in straight sets: 5/6 (888Sport)