World number seven Andrey Rublev will take on the 37th-ranked Cristian Garin in the third round of the 2022 French Open on Saturday, May 28. Get the live streaming options of this Andrey Rublev v Cristian Garin match along with its preview, head to head, and tips here.
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Andrey Rublev v Cristian Garin Head to Head
There have been two previous meetings between these two players and Rublev has won both times.
The first time they faced off was at the 2019 Wimbledon and Rublev had dropped a set before moving to the second round. Then they met in another opening round encounter at the 2019 Hamburg Open on clay and this time around Garin failed to nick a set off his opponent.
Rublev Stretched to Four by Delbonis
It hasn’t been as straightforward a time as Rublev would have expected in the first two rounds of the competition so far.
He had gone into his opening round encounter at 3/50 odds to win against Soon-woo Kwon but ended up dropping a set to his Korean opponent. And something similar happened in round two as well as the overwhelming Rublev needed to overcome another spirited challenge from Federico Delbonis before winning in four.
For the second match in a row, Rublev was the overwhelming favourite to win the encounter, odds of 3/25 on offer. And for the second time, the opponent managed to nick a set off him.
In the end Rublev won his ninth match on clay this season, to go with his three losses as he overcame Delbonis 6-3, 3-6, 6-2, 6-3 to enter round three.
Can he make it to the fourth round at French Open for the second time in three years?
Garin Showing Signs of Old
He had a win-loss record of 7-8 on clay this year but Garin looks to have shrugged that poor start to the season with a couple of solid performances at the French Open so far.
Garin, who had earlier overcome a set deficit against Tommy Paul in the first round, resisted a late fightback from Ilya Ivashka in the second round to clinch his berth in the round of 32.
He needed two hours and 51 minutes to get past Ivashka, winning 6-3, 7-6 (5), 4-6, 6-3 with just a solitary break of serve being the difference between the two players in the end.
The Chilean, with a career-high ranking of 17th in the world, had reached the fourth round here last year too but will now need to put up a shock showing to do that again this season.
Rublev v Garin Prediction and Tip
While Rublev starts off 1/4 favourite, we have to quickly add Garin will not be a pushover and can be expected to win at least a set.