Top seed Albert Ramos-Vinolas will begin his Umag Open campaign against Croatia’s Duje Ajdukovic in the second round on Wednesday, July 21. Get the live streaming options of this Albert Ramos-Vinolas v Duje Ajdukovic match along with its preview, head to head, and tips here.
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Albert Ramos-Vinolas v Duje Ajdukovic Head to Head
It will be a first meeting between the 33-year-old Ramos-Vinolas and the 20-year-old Ajdukovic.
Ramos-Vinolas on A Seven-Match Losing Streak
After displaying an exceptional early season form, top seed Albert Ramos-Vinolas’ season has tapered off and the World No. 43 comes to Umag having lost all of his last seven matches.
The last time the Spaniard won a match it was in Madrid in May, when he defeated Taylor Fritz in the first round. Since then he has lost four on clay and three on grass.
While his grass record won’t bother him much, his loss of form on clay will be disconcerting. The 33-year-old clay-court specialist was 17-5 on the surface before embarking on his current seven-match losing streak.
Some of his early season highlights included a third career title in Estoril, a runner-up finish in Cordoba and runs to the semifinals in Buenos Aires and Marbella.
So what to expect from Ramos-Vinolas in Umag? This hasn’t been a happy hunting tournament for the lefty, having reached the last eight just once, 10 years ago. Overall he is 3-4 from his four previous appearances. It will be interesting to see if he can live up to his top seed label.
Ajdukovic Wins on Tour Debut
Playing in the first ATP tour-level event of his career, Croatia’s Duje Ajdukovic won his opening round match against Argentine qualifier Andrea Collarini on Tuesday.
The 20-year-old Croatian needed just 72 minutes to win the Round of 32 contest 6-3, 6-2.
Ranked 275th in the world, Ajdukovic was given a wild card for his home event and he made the most of the opportunity provided. He broke his opponent five times in the match, while getting broken twice.
The Croatian won 61 percent service points and 53 percent return points to end the 29-year-old Argentine’s hopes of winning a first-ever main draw match at the Tour level.
Ramos-Vinolas v Ajdukovic Prediction and Tip
Ramos-Vinolas couldn’t have asked for a better match-up to end his slide. The experienced Spaniard will be a heavy favourite against the inexperienced Ajdukovic.