World No. 86 Pablo Andujar of Spain will face World No. 83 Joao Sousa of Portugal in the first round of the 2022 ATP Geneva Open on Sunday, May 15. Get the live streaming options of this Pablo Andujar v Joao Sousa match along with its preview, head to head, and tips here.
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Pablo Andujar v Joao Sousa Head to Head
They are 1-1 from their previous meetings. Sousa won in the quarterfinals in Geneva in 2015 while Andujar won in the semifinal in Marrakech.
Andujar Looking for a Repeat of Last Year
Pablo Andujar had an excellent run last year in Geneva, toppling Roger Federer in the second round on his way to the semifinals, only to lose to eventual champion Casper Ruud.
That was Andujar’s second main draw appearance in the Swiss city. In his first in 2015, he fell in the quarterfinals to Joao Sousa, who will be his first round opponent on Sunday.
The 36-year-old Spaniard brings a 7-8 season record to the tournament. His last win came in the first round in Marrakech. Since his second round exit from Morocco, the World No. 86 lost in the opening rounds in Barcelona and Estoril and in the first qualifying round in Madrid.
Among his achievements this season were a quarterfinal finish in Rio and a maiden third round appearance at the Australian Open.
A four-time champion and five-time runner-up on the tour, Andujar has a 114-114 record on clay. He will look to end his losing streak on Sunday.
Sousa is a Former Finalist
Pune Open champion Joao Sousa has a 7-6 record in 2022. The 33-year-old Portuguese player was a finalist in Geneva in 2015, when he lost to Brazil’s Thomaz Bellucci in the title clash.
Sousa is a four-time champion from 11 finals, with a 1-4 record on clay court finals, having won the Estoril title in 2018.
His recent form has been dodgy, as he registered his last main draw win in the first round of the Marrakech Open. He lost in the second round and then failed to qualify for Monte Carlo. He suffered first round defeats in Belgrade and Estoril and then faltered in the qualifiers in Madrid and Rome.
The World No. 83 will be desperate to regain the form that saw him capture the title in Maharashtra in February. The 33-year-old has a 48% win record on clay, where he has played 145 tour-level matches. So he would be looking to use all his experience to return to winning ways on Sunday.
Andujar v Sousa Prediction and Tip
It’s a matchup between two players struggling to find form. Expect the match to go the distance with Andujar edging past the Portuguese.