Top seeded Dominic Thiem meets good friend Diego Schwartzman from Argentina on Sunday, October 27th in the finals of the ATP 500 in Vienna. The match is scheduled to start at 2 pm local time (1 pm BST). You can find the Dominic Thiem v Diego Schwartzman live streaming options along with its preview, head to head and tips here.
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Dominic Thiem v Diego Schwartzman Head to Head
The two players have met six times thus far, with Thiem leading 4-2. They have met twice this year, with Schwartzman winning the semi-final encounter in Buenos Aires, and Thiem winning on the Barcelona clay early on in the tournament,
Thiem Looking At First Vienna Title
After a strong start to the year, and a convincing run on the clay, Dominic Thiem’s season took a dip with early losses at Wimbledon and the US Open. The Austrian has since made a good comeback, with a 10-1 win-loss record in the last month. He won the China Open at Beijing, was a quarter-finalist at the Masters 1000 in Shanghai and is now in the final here in Vienna.
Having already secured his place in the season-ending ATP World Tour Finals, the top seed is looking for his first tile here in Vienna. He has been tested this week but come out strong, with wins against Jo-Wilfriend Tsonga, Fernando Verdasco and Matteo Berrettini.
A title here in Vienna, would be his fifth for the year and put him in the sole lead for most titles this year. Thiem has won titles at Indian Wells, Barcelona, Kitzbuhel and Beijing this season thus far.
Schwartzman in Reckoning for London?
It has been another steady year for Argentine Diego Schwartzman, who was a quarter-finalist at the US Open, performed well during the Latin American clay court swing, and has maintained his rankings in the top 15 in the world.
While his season has not been as impressive as the last year and a half or so was for him, the Argentine has turned things around this week, after a below par run during the Asian swing, and at Antwerp last week. Schwartzman has secured impressive wins this week against Sam Querrey, Karen Khachanov and Gael Monfils here in Vienna.
The Argentine remains a somewhat distant contender for the Tour Finals in London, but a win here in Vienna would bolster his chances, making next week’s Paris Masters 1000 all the more ikmportant for him.
Dominic Thiem v Diego Schwartzman Predictions & Tips
Given the current form of both players, this could be a close encounter, despite the obvious home conditions and support for Thiem. It would be no surprise if Schwartzman continued with the form he has been in all week, but we can expect the home crowd push Thiem through to his first title in Vienna.