Roberto Bautista-Agut of Spain seeded five will play Sam Querry of the United States in the first round of the ATP China Open on Tuesday, October 1. The match is yet to be scheduled. You can find the Roberto Bautista-Agut v Sam Querry live streaming options along with its preview, head to head and tips here.
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Roberto Bautista-Agut v Sam Querry Head to Head
The pair have played each other three times before, and the Spaniard has won on each occasion. Their first meeting came on the clay of Madrid in 2015; that was followed by a match on grass at the Queen’s Club in 2016, and an encounter at the Miami Masters a year later.
Bautista-Agut, Looking to Maintain His Consistency
31 year old Bautista-Agut, a Wimbledon semi-finalist this year, has been one of the most consistent performers on tour in 2019, although he has one title to show for it, the Qatar Open back in January.
Apart from Wimbledon though, he has been a semi-finalist twice, in Munich, and again last week in Zhuhai, whilst he has reached the quarter-finals on no fewer than eight occasions this year, most notably in Melbourne, Miami, Montreal and Cincinnati.
Now number ten in the world rankings, he is unlikely to qualify for the ATP finals in London in November by right. Yet he will still want to collect as many points as possible in the remaining tournaments this year so that he is in pole position to step in, should one of the men ahead of him on the list pull out with injury.
Querry, Big Serving American
Querry, the big serving American, who holds the world record for the most consecutive aces in a match – ten – has won 10 senior ATP titles, but it has been two years since the last of those victories, at Acapulco, and Los Cabos, in Mexico.
This year, the closest he has got to claiming another title came in Eastbourne, where he got to the final only to lose to compatriot Taylor Fritz. However, he did get to the quarter-finals at Wimbledon, before meeting Rafael Nadal, and has made the semi-finals of two other events, in New York and Houston.
He has played sparingly recently. This will be his first match since going out in the first round of the US Open in four sets to Juan Ignacio Londero of Argentina.
Bautista-Agut v Querry Predictions & Tips
Bautista-Agut is the clear favourite to win this match at 10/29, whilst Querry is priced at 11/4. The American will have the advantage of being fresh, not having played for a month. Yet he is facing a man who has beaten him every single time they have met in the past, and that is unlikely to change in Beijing.
Tip: Bautista-Agut to win in straight sets: 4/5 (888Sport)