World no. 258, Stan Wawrinka of Switzerland, will take on Frances Tiafoe of the USA, the world number 27, in the first round of the 2022 ATP Queen’s Club Champinships on Monday, June 13. Get the live streaming options of this Stan Wawrinka v Frances Tiafoe match along with its preview, head-to-head, and tips here.
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Stan Wawrinka v Frances Tiafoe Head to Head
The pair have played each other twice before, both matches coming on hard courts, and both going to three sets. Wawrinka won in Basel in 2019, and again, the following year, in Acapulco.
Wawrinka’s Latest Injury Comeback
Wawrinka is back on the tour again after making his latest recovery from the injuries that have blighted the latter stages of his career, and forced him to miss so much tennis.
But for his physical issues, he may have won more Grand Slams than the three that he has to his name, although the one tournament he has not won is Wimbledon – – two quarter-finals at the All England Club are the best he has managed to date, the most recent of those back in 2015.
Able to enter prestigious tournaments because of his Protected Ranking, he made his ATP tour debut this year in Monte Carlo, but lost in the first round. He did better in Rome, reaching the third round before losing to Novak Djokovic, but his French Open campaign was over almost before it started.
He was beaten in the first round by the French player Corentin Moutet.
2021 Nottingham Winner Tiafoe
Tiafoe proved that he could play on grass by winning the Nottingham Challenger event last year, beating compatriot Denis Kudla in the final.
However, his record at Wimbledon is modest and he has never been further than the second round there.
The American had been struggling with form post lockdown, but then began to turn the corner by reaching the final in Vienna last October, losing to Alexander Zverev.
He then made another final two months ago in Estoril but again finished on the losing side, this time beaten by the Argentine Sebastian Daez.
He has only won one match since then, having suffered first round defeats on Madrid and Rome, and that was at Roland Garros where, at least he reached the second round.
Wawrinka v Tiafoe Prediction and Tip
One unknown going into this match is what sort of physical shape Wawrinka is in after his many injury set-backs. If he is fit enough then, despite the disparity in their current world rankings, he might start favourite again the American. Tiafoe can play on grass, but he has had no warm-up tournaments on the surface this year, and is not in the best of form right now.