World number 20 Roberto Bautista Agut will be up against the 61st-ranked Tallon Griekspoor in the second round of the 2022 ATP Halle Open on Thursday, June 16. Get the live streaming options of this Roberto Bautista Agut v Tallon Griekspoor match along with its preview, head to head, and tips here.
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Roberto Bautista Agut v Tallon Griekspoor Head to Head
No previous matches have been played between Bautista Agut and Griekspoor.
Bautista Agut Has No Worries against Fucsovics
Marton Fucsovics had gone into his first round match against Bautista Agut as a 7/10 favourite, and it was more a reflection of the Spaniard’s poor form in recent times.
That Bautista-Agut came through in the opener with that much ease was down to some solid tennis from his end to go with Fucsovics’ clear struggles with his fitness.
In the end, Bautista-Agut was on court for a mere 46 minutes, coming through with his opponent retiring when the Spaniard was 6-2, 3-0 up. It was all one-way traffic from the word go, with the world number 20 breaking his opponent in the first two games itself to go 5-0 up.
While Fucsovics pulled one back, he lost serve yet again to fall a set behind.
The 2018 semifinalist Bautista-Agut broke once more before his opponent retired from the encounter, leaving the Spaniard with a chance to win back to back matches for the first time Doha in February.
Qualifier Griekspoor Stretched by Molcan
In the end it turned out to be a straight-set win for Griekspoor but not before Alex Molcan made life difficult for him in the first set of their opener.
Griekspoor won 7-6 (10), 6-3 to seal his second round berth, winning in an hour and 38 minutes after saving six set-points in the opening set.
The Dutchman faced just one break-point in the entire match – it was also one of the set-points he in the opening set – but other than that, there was no looking back for him. In turn he converted one of the four he got in the second set, taking an early lead and holding on to it to claim the victory.
Up against an otherwise misfiring Bautista Agut would have given Griekspoor a bit of a chance but given how the Spaniard played in his opener, this might get any easy for him despite signs of some sparkle on grass for him.
Bautista Agut v Griekspoor Prediction and Tip
Despite the obvious difference in the rankings that Bautista-Agut is still as long as 11/20 to win this is down to his fitness concerns and his opponent’s decent run. Still expecting the Spaniard to carve out a win.