Seventh seed Federico Delbonis of Argentina will face Lithuania’s Ricardas Berankis in the first round of the 2022 ATP Geneva Open on Sunday, May 15. Get the live streaming options of this Federico Delbonis v Ricardas Berankis match along with its preview, head to head, and tips here.
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Federico Delbonis v Ricardas Berankis Head to Head
Delbonus has won all three of their tour-level meetings. They also met once at a lower level tournament, which was won by Berankis in 2011.
Delbonis Has Lost His Last Four Matches
Federico Delbonis was a semifinalist in Buenos Aires this season, but the Argentine has just not got going in the other tournaments. A 7-14 season record underlines his poor form and he comes to Geneva in hopes of turning around his fortunes ahead of Roland Garros.
Geneva has always treated him well though. In his three previous appearances, the 31-year-old lefty was a semifinalist in 2015 and 2019 and a quarterfinalist in 2016.
With that sort of record in the Swiss city, the Argentine will surely feel confident of returning to form. And starting off against a player he has never lost to on the tour, doesn’t hurt either.
Delbonis is currently on a four-match losing streak. His last win came against Jaume Munar in Monte-Carlo, while he suffered his most recent defeat to Pablo Carreño Busta in the first round of the Italian Open.
Berankis to Play His First Match of the Season on Clay
Ricardas Berankis will be playing his first match of the season on clay. The Lithuanian has been out of action since his runner-up finish at the Lille Challenger in March.
Ranked No. 102, the 31-year-old doesn’t have a huge reputation on clay. He has played very few matches on the surface over his career and has a win record of 30.8% from his 39 outings.
In contrast, he has over 50% win record from over 200 matches on hard courts and looked in good touch on hard surfaces earlier this season, which included a run to the quarterfinals in Dubai.
Berankis lost his opening round matches in Geneva in 2015 and 2016 and faltered in the first qualifying round in 2019. Coming back after a while, he will be a bit rusty, and may struggle to go past the first round once again.
Delbonis v Berankis Prediction and Tip
Delbonis will be a favourite in this contest. Expect the Argentine to win in straight sets.