World No. 55 Filip Krajinovic of Serbia will meet World No. 223 Borna Gojo of Croatia in the second round of the 2022 French Open on Wednesday, May 25. Get the live streaming options of this Filip Krajinovic v Borna Gojo match along with its preview, head to head, and tips here.
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Filip Krajinovic v Borna Gojo Head to Head
This will be a first meeting between the two.
Krajinovic Stuns Opelka
Serbia’s Filip Krajinovic took down 17th seed Reilly Opelka in the first round on Monday to reach the Round of 64 for the third time at Roland Garros.
The World no. 55 didn’t face a single break point in the match, while he converted three of eight to win the one-hour-and-49-minute contest 7-6 (7-5), 6-2, 6-3.
Krajinovic was out-aced 6-12 by the big American, and he also hit 17 fewer winners than Opelka’s 40, but when it came to unforced errors, the Serbian made just 10 of them against Opelka’s 47.
With the win, Krajinovic is now 11-10 this season. This is the third top 30 win for the Serbian this month. He had knocked out then-No. 26 France Tiafoe and No. 7 Andrey Rublev in the first two rounds in Rome respectively.
Krajinovic could match his best result at the Paris major by winning on Wednesday. He had reached the third round in 2019.
Gojo Survives Giannessi Test
Qualifier Borna Gojo survived a five-set thriller against Italy’s Alessandro Giannessi to win his debut match at a Grand Slam.
The four-hour-and-58-minute roller-coaster ended with the 24-year-old Croatian outlasting the Italian lucky loser 6-4, 6-7 (3-7), 6-7 (4-7), 7-6 (7-4), 6-4.
Gojo struck 20 aces and 85 winners against Giannessi’s 10 aces and 58 winners. The Croat also made 79 unforced errors, which 35 was more than the Italian. Both had plenty of breaking chances as well, with Gojo converted 7 of 30 and saving 11 of 16.
The World No. 223, who has reached just one Challenger final this year, had qualified for his first main draw of the season by beating Gianluca Mager, Facundo Mena and Juan Ignacio Londero. Can he build on the impressive start or will the five-hour contest have an effect on his game in the match?
Krajinovic v Gojo Prediction and Tip
Krajinovic’s experience gives him the edge in this contest. Expect the Serb to ease into the next round.