Second seed Stefanos Tsitsipas of Greece will meet Australia’s Nick Kyrgios in the second round of the 2022 ATP Halle Open on Wednesday, June 15. Get the live streaming options of this Stefanos Tsitsipas v Nick Kyrgios match along with its preview, head to head, and tips here.
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Stefanos Tsitsipas v Nick Kyrgios Head to Head
Kyrgios leads 2-1 head to head.
Tsitsipas Prevails In Up-and-Down Opener
World no. 6 Stefanos Tsitsipas got his Halle Open campaign off with a three-set win over France’s Benjamin Bonzi on Tuesday.
The 23-year-old Greek, who has displayed terrific form throughout the season, improved his 2022 record to 36-12 following Tuesday’s win.
After both players held serve in the first set, the second seed outplayed Bonzi in the tiebreak to go one-up. The Greek, however, couldn’t maintain the same intensity in the second set, failing to hold serve even once, while breaking his opponent just once in the set.
In the deciding set, Tsitsipas once again was in danger of dropping serve in the first game, but he somehow saved the two break points to hold serve. He then moved ahead with a break in the fourth game and held on to the lead for a 7-6 (7-1), 1-6, 6-3 victory.
Tsitsipas has already featured in three finals this year, winning his eighth ATP title in Monte-Carlo and finishing runner-up in Rotterdam and Rome. While grass remains his least preferred surface, he will be hoping to win on Wednesday and advance to a second consecutive quarterfinal on the surface.
Kyrgios Makes a Solid Start
Stuttgart semifinalist Nick Kyrgios made an outstanding start at the Halle Open on Tuesday as the Aussie made quick work of Germany’s Daniel Altmaier in the first round.
Kyrgios didn’t face a single break point in the entire match, while he converted 3 of 5 to win the 72-minute contest 6-3, 7-6. Kyrgios served eight aces in the match and won 87% points on his first delivery.
The victory took the World no. 65’s season record to 13-5. A brilliant grass court player he has a 28-16 record on the surface and will make it tough for Tsitsipas on Wednesday.
In his five previous tournaments this year, Kyrgios reached quarterfinals in Indian Wells and the final four in Houston and Stuttgart. Can he reach a fourth quarterfinal of the season?
Tsitsipas v Kyrgios Prediction and Tip
This is going to be a gripping contest. While Tsitsipas is the higher-ranked player and also in good form this year, but on grass, Kyrgios could be a difficult player to beat. It may need three sets to separate the two with Kyrgios edging past the second seed.