Andy Murray v Alexander Bublik Live Streaming, Prediction & Preview for ATP Stuttgart Open 2022: Can Murray Make his Grass Court Skills Count?

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World no. 68,  Andy Murray of Great Britain, will take on Alexander Bublik of Kazakhstan, the world number 42, in the second round of the 2022 ATP Stuttgart Open on Wednesday, June 8. Get the live streaming options of this Andy Murray v Alexander Bublik match along with its preview, head-to-head, and tips here.

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Andy Murray v Alexander Bublik Head to Head

They have met three times before, and Murray leads their head-to-head series by two matches to one.

The Scot won at Wimbledon in 2017, and again in Rotterdam earlier this year, but Bublik gained a measure of revenge by beating him at the Indian Wells Masters a few weeks later.

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Twice Wimbledon Champion Murray

Murray is back on the surface on which he won two of his Grand Slam titles and clinched Olympic gold back in 2012.

Having missed the French Open to concentrate on his Wimbledon warm-up, he reached the semi-finals in Surbiton last week, only to lose to the American Denis Kudla in three sets,

Drawn against the Australian qualifier Christopher O’Connell, Murray did not make the best of starts in Stuttgart, dropping his opening service game. But he recovered and won five games in a row to gain control of the first set, and went on to close it out.

And then he broke the Australian in the fourth game of the second set, and was not troubled after that, although a second break to seal the match was the icing on the cake.

Bublik Beats Surbiton Finalist Kudla

Although he was born in Russia, Bublik is not affected by the Wimbledon ban because he has chosen to represent Kazakhstan internationally.

Not that he will go to the All-England Club with a great deal of expectation, never having been beyond the third round there, although that does equal his best showing at a Grand Slam.

However, he got off to a winning start in Stuttgart with a battling win over the American, Denis Kudla, who showed his own grass court credentials by reaching the final of the Challenger event in Surbiton last week, beating Andy Murray along the way.

The first set was very tight and, although both men had break points, none of them were converted and it meant that a tie-break was needed to decide it. Two dropped serves from the American gave Bublik the advantage.

Kudla then was broken in the opening game of the second set, before hitting back to level with a  break of his own.

It looked like another tie-break may be on the cards, but then the American dropped his serve once more, giving Bublik the chance to serve out, which he duly took.

Murray v Bublik Prediction and Tip

The fact that Murray won their only previous match on grass at Wimbledon gives him the slight edge, despite the fitness issues surrounding him these days.

Tip: Murray to win: 5/7 (Click Here to Bet with bet365)

The 2022 ATP Stuttgart Open will be played from June 6 to 12. You can watch & bet on these matches here. Get your latest premium tennis predictions here.

About Andy Dalziel 1550 Articles
Andy is English but a long time resident of Cyprus. When not writing about tennis and other sports, he is also a Chartered Accountant. In his spare moments, he spends more time than is healthy worrying about his beloved Arsenal.

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