Diego Schwartzman v Pablo Cuevas Argentina Open 2020. The match timing for this is 8 pm local time (or 10 pm BST) on Friday, February 14. You can find the Diego Schwartzman v Pablo Cuevas live streaming options along with its preview, head to head and tips here.
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Diego Schwartzman v Pablo Cuevas Head to Head
There have been six meetings between two players in the past and both have won three apiece. Four of these matches came on clay and interestingly, Cuevas is 3-1 on them including 3-0 in their last three. This includes a match last year at the Rio Open where Cuevas was leading 6-1, 4-1 before the Argentine withdrew from the encounter.
Schwartzman Could be in for Another Long One?
Since winning his first set against Albert Ramos Vinolas in their quarterfinal at the Cordoba Open, Schwartzman has seen a lot of struggle. He had won that 6-0 but followed that up with Ramos Vinola taking him to a tie-breaker in the second.
This was followed by back to back tie-breakers in the semifinals and final, which saw him beat Laslo Djere but lose the title to Cristian Garin. After a first round bye here at his home competition, Schwartzman was then faced with fellow Argentine Federico Delbonis who took him to another three-setter before the world number 14 came through 6-3, 4-6, 6-2 to make it to the quarterfinals.
Schwartzman was a finalist here last year and would be hoping to go one better but given his track record against Cuevas and the way things have gone recently, will it be an easy journey?
Tale of Two Halves for Cuevas
On hard court surfaces this season, Cuevas has played six and lost five matches. On clay, he has played five and lost his only match at the quarterfinal of the Cordoba Open last week to Cristian Garin – making him the player who had beaten both, Cuevas and Schwartzman last week.
Such has been Cuevas’ career, with a pretty shoddy record on non-clay surfaces. However, this competition is being played on clay and Cuevas already notched up a couple of good wins here. He first sent Lorenzi Sonego packing in straight sets before getting stretched to three sets and winning against Albert Ramos-Vinolas.
The good thing for Cuevas is despite being 48th in the world, 30-odd places behind his opponent here, he has the advantage of having beaten Schwartzman on multiple occasions. There’s something about Cuevas that does make it tougher for the Argentine which should level things up a bit coming into the match.
Diego Schwartzman v Pablo Cuevas Predictions & Tips
It is quite surprising Schwartzman is that big a favourite as the 1/3 bookmakers are offering for his win here. Look at the games handicap market instead and pinning this on Cuevas as a result.
Tip: Games Handicap Cuevas+3.5: 5/6 (Click here to get these odds with Unibet)