World No. 81 Salvatore Caruso of Italy will take on Tennys Sandgren of the USA, the world number 65 in the first round of the Geneva Open on Monday, May 17. Get the live streaming options of this Salvatore Caruso v Tennys Sandgren match along with its preview, head to head, and tips here.
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Salvatore Caruso v Tennys Sandgren Head to Head
The pair have met twice before, in last year’s Rome Masters and in the second round of the Great Ocean Road Open in Melbourne in February.
Caruso Looking for Best Form
Caruso has yet to win a senior ATP title, although he was a beaten finalist in Rio in 2020. However, he has enjoyed success on the junior tours, winning both on clay and hard courts.
This year has not been an overwhelming triumph so far for the 28-year old Italian, who reaching the third round in that Melbourne warm-up event has generally struggled in tournaments.
That has been true even on his preferred surface of clay, beginning with Monte Carlo, where he came through two rounds of qualifying, only to lose in the second round to Andrey Rublev.
Since then, he has suffered successive first round defeats – in Barcelona, and, last week in Rome, where he was comfortably beaten by David Goffin of Belgium.
Sandgren Yet to Win on Clay in 2021
Although Sandgren is regarded as a hard court player, the man whose name most closely fits the job he does, has had his moments on a clay court. He was runner-up in the US Clay Court Championships in 2016, and he has won two titles and been in six other finals on the surface in his days on the lower tours.
Still the man who has twice been a quarter-finalist at the Australian Open has a terrible record in Paris, where he has only once been beyond the first round.
There is little to suggest that, based on current form, he will fare any better when he gets there in a few weeks’ time again.
Since reaching the second round in Miami, he has played four matches on clay and lost them all. failing to qualify for both Barcelona, Madrid, and Rome, and losing in the first round in Munich.
Caruso v Sandgren Prediction and Tip
Caruso will start favourite to overcome a man he has beaten twice before, and whose clay form is terrible right now. The Italian’s own recent form has not been the best, but he should have too much for the American.